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Lest ye be judged... MU'FUGGA! Oh, and since everyone's asking, this is a real old sketch, and I wasn't too concerned about it, so when I whipped out the leg I was gonna play with extreme perspective, but I decided not to fuss before I colored it. It was supposed to be concept more than anything, I know it's fucked up, lol. I just thought it was funny.

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Agree with SilverBells

I like (well, not really) how all these people give you low scores because you "make fun of religion" instead of rating your style and techniques.

Nice use of perspective, and i like the rays of light coming from behind him, it gives him that heavenly badass look (?)
Also, as many people have said, there's something about his right leg, it looks like he broke it.

Overall, i like it... i REALLY like it. Good job :D


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YEHES! Back with a vengeance

Personally, as a Christian, I take no offense in this whatsoever cause I'm cool like that. It's humorous so I like it. Excellent work and a cool portrayal of Jesus, haha, he'd smile I assume. Judas would piss his pants


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uhhh...

well its jesus and it made fun of religion but i liked the way you drew it......i would of given it a 10 if it was somthing else but ill give it a 7..nice drawing tho



Good

I give you nine out of ten, I really like it apart from his right leg, I've no idea what's going on there

Also all you christians should get over it, if your gonna worship a 2000 year old zombie then you've gotta expect a little ribbin', it's not even like it's that offensive!


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Let the innocet cast the first stone.....

Or in this case, a big helping of lead!


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Mar 6, 2010
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