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An old art trade I did for a friend, his character can summon zombies with her viola.

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I like Violens...

I also like Zombies, Women, and Improbable Facts...

Thus, I like your Drawing. Your Friend has a really good imagination and you got talent drawing it down.

Rock on, man.

Awesome for an anime show!

Just like waht Impkid said, I also thought the same when I looked at this picture. Well, mines kinda different. I love the pic too!

She was born with the ability to play the violin and can summon demons while playing it. But she doesn't know, yet. As she get's older, strange things start appearing as she continues practicing on her violin. And then well, eventually, she finds out while playing it, she summons demons at the same time. :)

RYBAK!?

its ALEXANDER RYBAK in female version!

you got there a really good plot!

That would make a great story for an animation, dude, you should think about make it.

A girl wich talent was never well accepted, then she begins to practice for take her revenge upon the people who mistreated her.

She begins to learn the dark side of the music (or something like that) and ends with the composition of the darkest song ever made. The requiem of the zombies.

The stories of revenge are my favourites xD.

Zoombi?

Ha Ha. Nice work.

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