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I have never seen something amazing like this :)

dope techno zombie

Nice creature

This was a nice piece here the "CREATURES" are really good they are simular other then color and maybe one or two parts, I do have to say this was a nice interesting design the lines for borders was cool but think this needs more of a border and frame, anyways good work here.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
the lines for borders was cool but think this needs more of a border and frame

~X~

Burple Purple is more dangerous than Monser Blood Green because he or she's got a second weapon and a back pack!

LukeValentineArt responds:

yup, it's the more powerful alternate type :D

I love the colors, love 'em. The torso and upper limbs are great, but maybe just because I have a preference towards bipeds, I think the legs are a little weird, and that's probably part of the reason for there design. They make sense, but (Insert whining here.) The rotting organics looks great and as stated, the color work is super!

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Uploaded
Oct 31, 2018
4:39 PM EDT
Category
Illustration
File Info
5100 x 3300 px
JPG
1.6 MB

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