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Stolen

Author Comments

This is my entry for the 4th NG comic jam...
The theme was "STOLEN".
I worked real hard on it but I started to run out of time. I really had to push myself hard to get it all scanned in and uploaded on time. I didn't even get a chance to polish it. Also my tablet also isn't working correctly (awesome timing tablet...thanks!) so I couldn't get much coloring done.
After they announce the winner, I will bot back and finish the lighting and some additional touch ups, I think would like to rescan everything because the way it looks doesn't give the art justice (heck I think I might even color it for real)...
I will say this to you... this contest is INSANE. I feel like I just ran a mental marathon. But I feel like I have really accomplished something. Congratulations to everyone who competed in this competition, you all rock!!
(P.S. dedicated to shadman)

Reviews


It's good man. It is very interesting


deathink responds:

Thanks man... I can't wait to polish it.


Very clever. :) And well drawn too!


deathink responds:

Thanks, there not time to step back and think about what you are really doing in the comic jam, but I tried. Considering that, I feel pretty happy with this :)


nice art
it is great
keep it up
Food123

it is hot



Very smart. Anyway I can share this on Facebook?



Very good, very good. I commend you on this!
At the end I was so dumfounded by the meaning of this, I actually laughed.
Very clever.


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Credits & Info

deathink
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Score
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Uploaded
Feb 24, 2013 | 11:59 PM EST
Category
Illustration
File Info
761 x 2175 px
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652.4 kb
Tags
creepy
slave
comic-jam
camic-jam-3

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