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Queen of Montagar

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Anyone remember this Ralph Bakshi animation classic? ;D

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Damn near perfect! The only thing that trips me up is that the background looks highly photorealistic (stellar work by the way,) but she still looks rather cartoony. Though given most of Bakshi's works, it is thematically appropriate. Bang up job m8.

I remember this

My mom got the movie for me when I was 6, and told me it was a cartoon.... oh the horriors

Great job, she is fat sexy

good

A ten for the background
9 for the subject matter
10 for effects

keep doing what you doing
oh and what movie is she from?

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Kwee responds:

"Wizards". It's a Ralph Bakshi animated movie from the 70's - I think the same year as "Star Wars" first came out. It's the only remotely kid-friendly film Bakshi ever made. XD

FUCK YAR WIZARDS

I fuckin' love that movie!
Peace was my favorite character
Best moment ever: "Ma taught me a trick when you weren't around" or something like that.
I wanna watch the shit right now!

I do I do

I forget the title...wizards or something like that I liked the movie it was awsome!

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