WHO WOULD WIN!!! I donÂ´t know.
Maybe Mario, cause Link and Kirby would die...
and just Sonic and Mario would be left!
and an awesome battle would start then!
Would like too see it, Maybe an Sprite animater would make it
as a movie. Well....
ITÂ´S AN AWESOME PICTURE!!!!
GREAT, MAKE MORE!
Oh, hello again. :3
I notice that you say nothing about the upper level. Do you assume it will happen the same way?
I agree, you can't really go wrong with Sonic vs. Mario. I threw in Link and Kirby, though, because they're major stars as well, and I hope they might make the fight more...interesting.
I'd like to see it as well, especially by my favorite sprite animator Alvin-Earthworm. You can't deny it, SMBZ is freaking godly. :D
I wouldn't get my hopes up, though. I haven't been scouted, and therefore my art will never reach the majority of NG. To get scouted, and get my art out to the NG Art Portal, I need to submit two more pieces of art, and I want them to be good art.
I am glad that you like my work. Again, I'd keep it up, but I lack inspiration. Perhaps, if you come up with an idea yourself, and post it on my news, that'd be nice, and I'll see if I can do anything (It will greatly depend on whether I like the idea or not).
Again, thank you or your kind words.
This has been the opinion of no one. Really.
Gosh, that phrase is becoming my slogan.
This stage looks familler.
The top stage makes them look like they have super powers.
The bottom stage Is the real verison.
If both stages people look up they will see each other in a new style.
It's a hole in the Time-Space cotineum.
In terms you anime freaks might understand, the bottom row would be some normal fight scene, take any old bar-room brawl in One Piece, for example. As for the top row, that would be a very intense fight with action and more explosions than you could ever need, want, or possibly afford. Take about 150 episodes into DBZ.
As for the stage, it should look familiar! It's Final Destination in SSBB!
This artist has not been scouted yet.
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