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billy and mandy meet grim

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billy and mandy tribute.

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LOL

Used to love watching that show!

i like billys style and you made mandy perfectly. i loved grims skull but in my opinion i thought his cloak shouldve been darker and his scythe shouldve been poking out somewhere.

And if i remember rite they had a hamster when they met Grim. Wheres the hamster? Still awesome! i luv it


dommi-fresh responds:

oh yea i remeber the hamster... but i just wanted the main character's really. i know what you mean grim woulda been better with a sythe


haha really cool interpretation

grim looks like a genie...haha very cool


dommi-fresh responds:

thanks griffin.


Background?

Great picture, and great expressions!
But what is the background, to me it looks like a coffee stained cloth.


dommi-fresh responds:

its paper it curves a little bit from the paint.
its kinda my style i like it looking grim and natural.
glad you like it though thanks


what happened??

this show was the bomb and demented,and i like how billy really looks reatarded its great
good job


dommi-fresh responds:

it was a good show i think its still going on. thanks for writing


very cool interperatation

love this show. most of the other cartoons seem so watered down these days, I'm surprised cartoon network plays it dispite the fact its so dark and perverse
Really like how grim is contructed with the absurdly long jaw and brownish cloak, most would have stuck with just the black but brown fits much better here. also mandy's expression could not be any better.

good job.


dommi-fresh responds:

thanks i am glad to see you looked at my work with real detail and interest.

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