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She just plays the game. Lol, get it?

Anyways, this is supposed to be one of my close friends, but it didn't really turn out too similar. D:

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Ha

This looks a lot like my brothers girlfriend, Heather...
Anyways, fantastic drawing. I know how hard it is to draw on card board, and the sound it makes really freaks me out. Like a little miniature chainsaw fixin to start... Just thinking about it gets me paranoid! But, yes, again, great job :D

This drawing is "ACE"! Get it? heh...

I love the symmetry. It's so perfect, I thought at first you just flipped it in photoshop or something. Very impressive!

HyperJive responds:

BWAHAHAHA, I LOVE PUNS.

Yeah, I completely free-handed it. If you look closely there are a lot of differences.

Awsome

I would like to see dee model you tried to go for, it looks neat.

Wow that's cool

You do a way better portrait than i could,and it really looks like a card in a deck.

Awesome

very good for being done on a strange medium like card board, with... sharpie ? stricking idea and good outcome :) 5/5

HyperJive responds:

Yeah it's sharpie. xD

Thanks so much!

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HyperJive
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Jul 1, 2009
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