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Front page?! Thats TopsBloobies, man! -thanks

The first in a series

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Yeah, I don't get it either. I feel like that white line transition could've been done better.


beastkid7 responds:

Your right, I've red that I should double line it to make a clear transition. But I felt this worked better for my site.. also I was kinda in denial about this being a webcomic.. but that's what its becoming so I should just embrace it I guess.


looks like he has a permanent portal in his chest. :P


beastkid7 responds:

Is it permanent?


void of emotions or feelings, the passion becomes another vague routine that gives purpose and meaning to said persons' dim life.


beastkid7 responds:

The passion. It is his passion. But when you have a passion, you are a tool for expression, for expressing that passion. You are an instrument of skill. But when that instrument becomes broken. Thats when the problem arises.


This is exactly how I feel when I woke this morning, something is missing in my life.....


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beastkid7 responds:

Then this series is for you, I know that feel and I'm attempting to explore it with my narrative art.


Seems like im not the only one who thought of portal :P Great work. Nice lighting and reflection on the glasses


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beastkid7 responds:

Thanks! yeah people keep saying that. It's not exactly a portal

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beastkid7
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15,230
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Score
4.32 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 21, 2013 | 9:29 PM EST
Category
Illustration
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815 x 1088 px
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170.8 kb

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