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Garage Fighting 2010

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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.

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Dan Hibiki's killer charms would make the jersey hoochie mamas flock to him; the SNK dudes are just jealous, is all...



YEAH TERRY FUCKING BOGARD!!!!! but we're missing something, ahhh yes....
MAI SHIRUNAI
other than that i give this a ten out of ten


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this is the tits (why does rock have a kissy faic???)

anyways this isnt a five because i cant find anything wrong with it. its gotta have flaws to earn a fiver
so uh... fucking thanks for making it perfect



nice art you have, reminds me of street fighter and tekken.



This artwork looks pretty sick! I love the fact that Dan has the crash the party. That gave me a little chuckle. All the character were drawn to their fullest potential. It's basically perfect....too perfect. Anyways, Nice going JohnnyUtah!

-Seamonky: Voted 5!
PS: I'm gonna keep kissing your ass. :)


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JohnnyUtah
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4.62 / 5.00

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Feb 28, 2010 | 4:32 PM EST
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816 x 1084 px
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