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The last two characters for Zombies and Vodka. Let me know what you think.

Little background:
A description was given for these two concept characters for a film about a zombie apocalypse. They were in the middle of doing their thing when zombies attacked. They barely escaped...OK now you know as much as I do :)


when i looked at it up close and zoomed in there was a long green thing lol can u plz tell me what that is just 2 end my curiousity

Cope2K responds:

Strap On...

Hey it's Micky *beep* ..

Or even *Beep* Mouse?

Cope2K responds:

Lol this just reminds me of prostitute mickey

from what I see he must have gotten to a higher place than his bondage buddy

he survived but he literally bears his albatross

Cope2K responds:


NIcely drawn. I don't see anything familiar to me here so I am commenting on what I see. What caught me too were the eyes because the posture is like a strolling person and ofc the clothes cover up too. Back to the eys, they tell me about the person that he is either an emotionless psychopath or that he does not have anyything to be consious about.

It got my attention because the picture is very intense so naturally you look at the eys to know whats going on.

Cope2K responds:

You've brought up a good point, I also received another comment about the eyes so I might change them. I don't exactly know much about the character but I do think they could be more aggressive. I probably won't change this one but on the final pic, the eyes will be slightly more aggressive. Thanks for the feedback!

Pretty good.

Cope2K responds:

Hahaha, your icon and comment...win.

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Dec 18, 2012 | 12:06 AM EST
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1.3 mb

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