Garage Fighting 2010

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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.

...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.


Busta woof!!

hahahah! man another instant classic from you! Laughed my ass off, thank you :D

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it as awsome as ...

my dog he awsome he sit on ur face sometimes (lol)
great work mate keep them coming


Why does Yamazaki look like he wants to fuck me? Shouldn't his face look more like Dan's?

Either way, now I just want to play some Capcom Vs. SNK 2.


Amazing Utah, keep up the great work. The characters are so cool and the facial expressions are just amazing. The fire on the back is pretty nice and fits the poster very nice. The tittle looks awesome but the T looks more like an I but maybe it's just me. Again keep up the great work and it would be an honor if you would comment at any of my pieces. Keep up the great work and I'm looking forward to the game your working on with HDXmike.

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JohnnyUtah responds:

im not doing much for that game, if it even gets finished


No im kidding! wow your so talented! i wish you the best of luck and keep it on!

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4.62 / 5.00

Feb 28, 2010 | 4:32 PM EST
File Info
816 x 1084 px
547.5 kb

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