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Garage Fighting 2010

Author Comments

As a break from animating, I drew up this poster for these fine fellows in NJ (that's NEW JERSEY for you NON-AMERICANS), who built an arcade in their garage.

The SNK guy's are always trying to look cool and pick up those jersey hoochie mamas, but Dan just had to crash the party and ruin the whole composition.

http://thenerdpalace.com/

...and look I won't lie, I've contemplated breaking in and stealing their Street Fighter 3 Third Strike machine, but being thrown in jail for anything related to videogames is just humiliating.

Reviews


Wow, I'm surprised I didn't look at something with over 100k views! I am very impressed by this. Did this appear in the Street Fighter collab? I know at least your stuff did. Well, I guess it's not quite Street Fighter. I mean, Dan Hibiki is the only character I can recall from those games that's here!

You know how to do poses. It's been awhile since I've seen your artwork. The fat guy seems to have the most detail. The fire background works great as well. I can recognize more of these guys, but can't name them.



Kim Kaphwan FTW!!!!!! awesome pic!



makes some noise........LOUDER!



Why you can't click next as you used too? You always have to go back to main viewing area, instead viewing image by image.


JohnnyUtah responds:

I'll ask for ya bud.


The Nerd Palace for nerd fighters.


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Feb 28, 2010 | 4:32 PM EST
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