Sheryl's "STP" Poster


Alright... I was a bit lazy with this one. Don't get me wrong, I didn't went lazy over the character, I like how Sheryl turned out. I went lazy on it's production time... I took AGES, just cause I would open the file, do a couple lines, and then close it to... fuck around, I don't know... But I finally decided to stick my ass to the chair today and finish it... and what do you know? I did it XD

With you guys, Sheryl Silverfield's brand new design (her trademark googles always on, of course). Hope you like how she came out ^^

Fate out!!!

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she has nice tits B)

Fatelogic responds:


Really cool Fate, just a warning though, you might want to rise the rating from E to T, cameltoes aren't very popular for being SFW.

Fatelogic responds:

We then should ban women from going out in public with tight sport outfits, women doing gimnastic with leotards, women using swimsuits...

I think you get my point, right? The female figure per se is something we all have seen while underage. Not necesarily nude, of course, but come on, I've been in beachs and seen a plethora of (clothed) cameltoes and (clothed) nipples since I had use of reason... and I'm pretty sure I'm not a minority.

Loosen up guys, this isn't the 40's.

Well done, man. Your OC's are really something to look foward to seeing, given your amount of effort.

It's looks awesome,she's one of my favorite OC's of yours!

I don't the torso size i think its too small, but im not gonna rate it harshly for that, its a damn good piece of work, better then i can probably do. your art style is your art style and my art style is my own art style. Everyone has their variances

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4.66 / 5.00

Mar 17, 2013
3:17 AM EDT
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