D.Va Vs League of Legends


this was my experience with LoL when i was convinced to play it (only lasted a little over a month)


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This is a very appealing piece, the proportions look accurate keeping in mind the comedic style and the colouring is nice, It seems you may have rushed some aspects but they don't take away too much from Character in question (aside from the lack of Keyboard).

I look forward to seeing more from you!

G3no responds:

thanks, i did enjoy this one myself

Meanwhile Reignhardt's two doors down mourning the loss of Vanilla WoW.
(He's a huge Leroy Jenkins fan)

G3no responds:

WoW was something i always wanted to play and never did. everybody warned me about getting hooked

Pretty stand-alone piece, dunno why the lack of background should bother me, guess I'm wondering what a young woman's gamer space like hers would look like. I wouldn't have changed a thing 5/5, excellent piece. You should try GTA online, because driving and blowing shit up is the pinnacle of technology ;)

G3no responds:

this was originally a request sketch (was tempted to add more) hence the lack of detail with the BG. i did think it was fitting to leave it like this though

she's a god in star craft but bad/crap in lol...

the irony.... lol

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Lmao wow this is awesome xD mainly cause I play League and I know the Struggle ahah.
Great crossover G3no props go to you ;)
5/5 for this awesome piece and added to my favorites as well!
Keep up the awesome work.

G3no responds:

i've never cursed so much over a game

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Jun 16, 2016
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