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Worm Hag

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Yeah...I read way too many Junji Ito comics when I came up with this. But, I wanted to draw something really horrifying with a lot of texture and rot, and this is what came of it. :P

The scanner I was using at the time was being a filthy whore, so this image is tainted with blur and fuzz and jpg artifacting.

Hopefully I'll have a crisper, larger image of this later.

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I love this stuff!

I love these pictures. You draw them so well and with so much detail. If you ever painted one of these pictures, I think you would reserve yourself a spot in heaven. I'm assuming you don't paint them because how long it would take, especially considering how long it probably took already! Your proportions are stretched, but don't take that in a bad way. That's what catches my eye about these. These pictures are good at leading the viewers eye where you want it to go. Excellent work. The only reason I'm rating 9/10 is because I would love to see this work lit up with color. You have a great eye for detail, my friend. Keep up the good work!

nice

nice

Wow....

Boner.... lol, Very nice details, Congratz

Really Good

I can allmost hergurgle her way thrugh "waterloo" (abba).. I really like it. Im a sucker for good textures, so it saddens me that this is posted in so small dimentions. I really want to click it big and feast my eyes with those details around the eye.

Kwee responds:

I was thinking about that myself, wondering why I didn't have a bigger jpg on hand: Probably because at the time I scanned it, that particular scanner did not want to agree with my demands. >.< Well, I'm pretty sure I know where she is, so hopefully soon I can get a bigger, cleaner image up. :3

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Jun 25, 2009
5:14 PM EDT
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