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I tried to draw the Hunter for a second time, and this time without vectors and in my new favorite paint tool SAI. Also he's in his new L4D2 clothes. At first when I had played the demo I didn't like this new outfit, but now I think that's it's better than the original, or at least it makes him look tougher and is better for the south theme (the game itself is aWSm by the way)

This one is going to be used for a Wallpaper Contest, so I only need to think of a good background, draw it and this shit is done :)

p.s. the original definiton is waaAAaay bigger :B

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Great Style

I love L4D pics :3
Oh and Nummbly forgot: "If you work out(Tank) = Infected"
(These quotes are from a pic I saw on deviantART it's called "What I Learned from L4D" by Golden-Silver)



Cool

If I saw that coming at me my last thoughts would be

Oh Shi-


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Pouncy Pounce!

"Athletic(hunter) = Infected.
Emoslut(Witch) = Infected.
Smoker(smoker) = Infected.
Fat(Boomer) = Infected.
You need to be some of the following to survive: Black, old, asshole, or gamerchick."


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Personally..

If you're thinking of a background concept.. I would go with something pretty plain.. I always run into a hunter at the bus stations, so theres an idea for you.
But as far as appealing to the eye, I think a swamp or the boardwalks in Swamp Fever would best suit. But hey. Im one opinion. Haha. Good luck! =D
<3 Love al your work!


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HUNTER!!!

Careful theres a hunter around here......

COME ON OUT WUSSY!!


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