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wacky, I love it!
Great work, man, and you've really managed to digitally create the illusion of texture in this - that, along with the overall colours and simple idea of it, makes for a great piece. The way you've put in the light source from below (the floor, funnily enough) really does do a great job of adding an element of unique to the piece, and makes it interesting to look at either way.
A great addition to the friday flood, and I really do like how you've incorporated it the logo into your picture - not to mention the small details that abound throughout the picture, like the mouse-spider (and it really does seem like a whole bunch of spiders) and the small taste-buds on the tongue - so great attention to detail, great colouring, not nearly busy enough (the designs are kind of simple and there isn't enough activity to fully disguise that), but overall a brilliant picture.
You did a great job incorporating the thumbnail into the picture. And the idea itself is just freaking hilarious. Also great execution of course. I don't know what I like more, the mouse, the cat's tounge or the fact that on the end of the spider legs there are cat paws again.
Happy Friday Flood
Love the green atmospheric surrounding you set that's fitting for the flood's icon. Even though the icon outline differs from yours (I know you can't control that), it blends greatly enough for the cat monstrous spider body. I'm also laughing on how you also put in a mouse. Coloring is great and demonstrating vague appearance on the back legs presents great use on focusing on the focus of the picture ;D
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