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Holy Crab!!

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Just a bunch of octopusses, crabs and other sea creatures humanized,
from movies, games and so.

All done in EGA 16 colors.
Hope you enjoy!

Admiral Ackbar (c) Star Wars
Molluck (c) Oddworld
Squidward (c) SpongeBob SquarePants
Davy Jones (c) Pirates of the Caribbean
Octi (c) Powerpuff Girls
Shuma-Gorath (c) Marvel
Dr. Zoidberg (c) Futurama
Purple Tentacle (c) Maniac Mansion


Molluck!! Great stuff. Can't wait to see him in HD in July!

I love this picture, if only because it shows off all the squid characters so well. Well, Zoidberg isn't a squid or a cephlapod. I guess you were just looking for deep sea invertabrates and you got that right! I was able to recognize all of these except for Molluck. I don't think I've ever even heard of Oddworld before.

The design does look kind of familiar. I guess it would have been better if they were all the same species. Squids and octopi (?) are mollusks and crabs are crustaceans. Everything is just so wonderfully colorful here. You really do seem to be a good artist judging from just this.

Ah, I see the villainous, cigar-chomping, Mudokon-slaughtering boss of RuptureFarms hasn't been forgotten just yet! Classic!
I'm glad they re-mastered the Oddworld series: it was an unbeatable, original franchise that made up a lot of my PS1 days.

Fine work on the other characters too, and an even greater praise to you for the pixel-art style. Zoidberg in pixel form is glorious! :O

"moloko the glocken..." - gr8 piece!

These are all so cute! There's a few loose blue pixels on a couple of them, though.

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4.65 / 5.00

May 26, 2010 | 9:40 AM EDT
Pixel Art
File Info
413 x 289 px
13 kb

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