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(Guardians of the Galaxy-inspired art)

"hey, hey john, john.. hey john"

john:"what..."

"we're awesome"

john: "no..."

(It's been quite a while since I did any photobashing.. I've been avoiding it even, since I want to improve on my painting skills without relying on using photos,

But I've been exhausted after i just finished my school's final exam as well as generally being unsatisfied with my recent dinosaur paintings, not to mention a piece I'm doing for the BST challenge that i still have to focus on.

and yesterday i had this idea I wanted to quickly finish, so might as well use it for once : p )

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Interesting model for the outfits and a nice style. But the real reason i will comment is that posture and expression. Trying to figure out what conversation would lead to those eccentric moves from the guy on the left... Or on the right for us.

Happiness and random joyful moves, a eureka or you got it right expression, a this guy pose and I can keep going. So hard to tell yet the only thing that matters is it seems like one of those moments you immortalize by mistake with a picture. (yes I noticed the description, But letting a mind run wild on it before the answer is better)

superb, really liked it

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Kiabugboy
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Dec 3, 2016
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