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The Great Owl

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a complimentary Advance Wars Days of Ruin Fanart of the Great Owl.

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When I first heard of the Great Owl, I thought you were talking about that owl from the "Secret Of Nimh" movie. Of course, this turned out to be a great looking artpiece all the same! I guess the jets are supposed to represent the owl's eyes, no? I love how there's little bullets and stuff being fired. If that plane was in real life, it would probably be the biggest one ever created! Not even the Spruce Goose could top that thing!

It's great how it's doing its job by helping in a war. Hopefully, it's on the side of the good guys. I love how charred the buildings are and how their remains are seen. It really gives off the impression that there's been a huge conflict going on, like another world war. Only something as magnificent as that plane could save us. You're a true credit to artists and art fans!

Yay! latest review!

But, pretty good.

holy crap is that.....

Jay Jay the jet plane????

Nice but.

To much emphasis on the nose of the plane.

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Just cool kinda abstract when you first look makes me kinda want to join the army:)

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NCH

NCH

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Uploaded
Dec 9, 2009
8:54 AM EST
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