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YEAH YEAH I'LL JUST GET SOME PEROXIDE ON THIS LATER
Seriously, though, how do you get a bit of concrete armature pushed through you
how does that happen

This was actually a 20-minute sketch done at work with two colored pencils, no sharpener, and a nigh-microscopic scrap of eraser. Turned out decidedly not shit. Sure, I pulled some digital stuff and coloured it in photoshop, but the proportions were more or less pretty good. I really gotta keep practicing traditional art. BUT FOR NOW
I HAVE TWO DOGS SLEEPING ON MY BED AND I MUST GO LIE UNDER THEM CAUSE THEY ARE SOFT AND WARM
GOODBYE MY FRIENDS
I'M GOING TO A BETTER PLACE

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Pfft, wimp.
PAIN IS JUST WEAKNESS LEAVING THE BODY
But seriously, this is so good for being made in 20 minutes.
Also, goodbye, Dogs bless you with their eternal warmness.

We call it re-bar or lathe here in the States, and it's a rather nasty way to impale our enemies on the way to the Senate building... I recommend heavier hydraulic fluid, as that red stuff is pretty thin. Good luck with the live blanket... ugh, too much fuzz and farting for me :p

Twenty mins? That's insane, your talent blows my mind it really does

haha nice drawing, cant believe it took 20 mins! also SOFT PUPPIES ;w;

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