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Emeri the Zombie Hunter

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If you like my work, go see my NEW ZOMBIE COMIC, EMMA!

http://www.emmacomiconlin e.com

^^^Stick this in your search bar and smoke it!

My Zombie Hunter girl, drawn after reading the zombie survival guide and playing resident evil on my gamecube : )

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This is a rather strange picture. I like the notion of zombie stuff of any kind. It was weird, because the eyes looked rather off. It still makes for a great picture, because it truly does have a lot of fine details in it. She looks pretty young. I don't seem to understand why she seems a bit...developed.

I liked how she's partly covered in blood. It shows she's been through a lot. Her facial expression does seem to say otherwise. It's a set of mixed emotions that work together well. I would like to see actual zombies, though.



good during zombie attack...

but bad when you break up with her


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cooooooooooool!!!!

i fall in love but at the same time i shit my self cus all the blood and wepons



Imagination's Best Friend

I really liked this pic, first thing I said was wow so everyone around me could here. Some say that this is unrealistic. It is! But that doesn't mean it isn't freakin' amazing! Sure you could change it a bit to match physics, but this is totally B.A. and I love it. Let it stand as a witness of your epicness.



My opinion to improve

Since she seems to be 16-18 , me any many people also think : Does she really can use the bow well ? I think guns like pistol will be better ( makes the girl looks more sexy too ) , and the big blade isn't suitable in zombie batttle ( may cause accidents due to her age , strength , etc ) So marks are deducted


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Aug 6, 2009
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