You say it is a kettle
But is it really?
I think I see what you're getting at with this piece, and I must say, my mind is blown.
I won't be able to look at kettles in the same manner anymore.
P.S - Either my mind is playing tricks on me or I've seen this piece in the Tate Modern!
You've just wasted 45 minutes of your life
-"Quick, 45 minute study back in art school."-
Dude, Could draw the exact same thing in 20 minutes and better shade it with 10 min to spare. Dude, Take some art lessons.
what the fuck?
you write reviews to other people saying their stuff is shit and that should come back when they have some real art... well the same goes for you sunshine. your work is terrible.
i think its you who should fuck off until you got some real art.
those others artists you wrote reviews for have got more talent in their dick then you have in your entire body.
next time you you write a review write some thing useful and don't use the expression 'fag' because then everyone will hate you even more than they already do and assume you are a redneck retard.
you diss every other user on newgrounds and you come up with any better than that piss off thatÂ´s just too bad but anyways i will give you one star for the artwork
I love it
your comments that is... you get 4 for the drawing, and 3 for your comments.
"Author's Response: September 10, 2009
Why don't you ride a wheelbarrow full of dicks up my ass?"
Thats like Joe Dirt insults. How about my face to your ass.. i mean... you ass to my face... yeah, dont mess with me.
Overall, I think your making fun of all the other artists with your drawings and egotistical comments. Its funny, none-the-less.
If you are serious then:
this drawing is to dark. The lines of the objects are to wobbly, it seems to me that they seem more cartoonish, instead of realistic. Whats with teh spot on the cup? is that a whole or a stain? It seems like you made one of those flash animations that constantly have everything moving around, and hit print screen on a random scene.
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