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Power-Up Princess of Peking

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Got the idea for this piece when I was in Philly's chinatown last month and got my first exposure to "Peking Opera". The character was originally supposed to be Peach, but really it could be anyone under that make-up.

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EPIC!

BEST
MARIO
PICTURE

EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Different, But A Good Different

I have been reviewing a lot of your work today, and this is quite a bit different from some of your other stuff.

Here you have some good soft shading, some great lighting, and awesome design.
I would like to have seen a rough sketch for this because I would have loved to dig deep in to your mind and see how you assembled this. You have done well in taking the power ups and arranging them in to a solid design.

I like that when I look closer that I am noticing things that I don't normally see in the low resolution. The goomba's on the cloak, the koopas on the head set. Hell the more I look the more I see.

You have done a great job
Thank you again for sharing this.
5/5
10/10

Original...

Very original, nice thinking using all those items.

Lookin' forward to a new Sucks 2B Weegee...

dude...

just like all ur previous submissions.... great job! so much detail and the mario themed additions on her costume just adds bonus points...well done!

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kevinbolk
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Jul 26, 2010
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