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My entry for the draw team-meat contest. Thanks guys, drawing this was a lot of fun!

Truly;
M.B. DeathInk

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Awesome idea

It's all funny and kewl but I have a question:

What are all the marks on the fat guy's hands? The dotted lines and the red thing near the wrist. They're creepy and they point to something sinister :D


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I find it so wrong, but i can't look away, also try a little bit less light saturation on the hands


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deathink responds:

Honestly, I never even looked at the hands, I am too focused on there wieners!


Jesus, I got tricked so bad, but it made me laugh my ass off!

Also, it offended my girlfriend, so, double stars for you, if I could. I bet if the Team Meat dudes saw this they'd lose their shit.

In all seriousness, I'm gonna steal someone else's words and say God's in the details. This must have taken DAYS. I take the same amount of time on my work and it doesn't come out this polished.

A+/5


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deathink responds:

This is actually one of my favorite pieces I have uploaded here.


Well this is kind of gay....

Of course in a good way. I never seen a art piece like this, two guys holding hands and frolicking (sp?) in the flowers naked! :3



The dirty feet... truly God is in the details. :-D
Yet I FAIL to see the hidden, subtle message.


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deathink
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3.70 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 30, 2011 | 12:15 AM EST
Category
Fine Art
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1516 x 840 px
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816.3 kb
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