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Fish Mech


I drew this a while ago, and some of you may have seen it around.

Not much to say about this one other than it's a reverse scuba suit....That will kick your ass.

(Also, I guess he does kind of look like that fish from Earthworm Jim.)

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I know this design seems familiar. I certainly watched "Earthworm Jim". A lot of people have done the reverse scuba suit thing. It was kind of popularized by SpongeBob. He vaguely reminds me of Klaus from "American Dad!". Mechs of any kind are cool.

It's nice just to look and see all the weapons that are on this guy. He seems to have a pretty bored look on his face. It looks like the machine gun is his whole arm. Orange is my favorite color, so it's all the more appealing to me. It's just a cool concept.

I love it...

This is so awesome in the shape and design of the module. It's so much like the body of a boss in a video game, this very much appeals to my tastes. You had a good idea when making this one. The amount of detail is pretty great.


...that fishy's packin'...


Is that Klaus from "American Dad"?

10-10 and 5-5

evil goldfish

Credits & Info

4.10 / 5.00

Oct 1, 2009
2:44 PM EDT
File Info
1119 x 1318 px
820.3 KB

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