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Toriel's WIP

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My butterscotch pie brings the boys to the yard, some say.

I could have saved the surprise for when I got the fully finished piece, but... I'm no good at holding back the saucyness.

Fate out!!

P.S.: My Patreon: www.patreon.com/fatelogic

P.S.2: You can now get this piece (and pretty much any other of my works) in prints, stickers, covers... IDK, even mugs if you're ballsy enough to sip your coffee in such a bodylicious fashion HERE: http://www.redbubble.com/people/fatelogic

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Sexy..can't wait for the color version.

More more!!!

Oh my ... im gonna need to change my pants because im shitting bricks on how good this is ( and she my favorite character ) .

great artwork, but holy shit. why are your canvases so fuckin HUGE, like even for NG Lol

Fatelogic responds:

Many reasons, really. Some are used for prints in sizeable products like sheets and posters, some require attention in the smaller details that are difficult to work with in smaller canvases...

Its true that I could reduce it after the whole piece is done though, but... IDK. Quality loss irritates me.

Call it a stupid pet peeve, IDK.

i didnt come for the butterscotch

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Fatelogic
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Jan 30, 2016
1:01 AM EST
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