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*Edit*: This is Concept art for my comic which is set in the Future, his hair is green, cause it reminds me of the old cyberpunk films like robocop from the 80's
so stop complaining about the damn hair.
Thank you :)

It's been a long time since I've submitted anything,
so here's my latest one, this one actually started as a little doodle then I started experimenting then i got this as the finished product.

This is also the 1st drawing I've ever completely done on my tablet.

Please Comment. :D

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love the zombie!

me? i like the hair it could be mold growing in it, ether way i like it, the only way ya could get a 10 star is if ya spent more time on his jacket, it looks stiff&fake, aside from the jacket i love it keep up the good work!!!!

I liked it. Fuck them.

Fuck these tools, I could bet most of them have no understanding of cyberpunk. I see where you're coming from with this.
10, and the rest of you that are whining can stick it.

n00b103 responds:

Finally Someone Understands, me!
Thanks for the support dude! :D

GREAN HAIR !!!!!!

the hair kills it change the color and add more effect on the eyes

bah

i'm sorry pal, green hair tottaly sucks

Yeah...

Basically what others have said. The green hair kills it.

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n00b103
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Uploaded
Dec 29, 2009
8:35 PM EST
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