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The Lonely and the Mustache

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A monster who has no friends will not be getting any, anytime soon. The poor mustache man was pulled and ripped apart from too much "playing". The Monster merely touched him... sort of and the man was stretched with obscene surrealisticallity pleasure. Imagination at it's works, what happened to the mustache man? What did the monster do to him? All left for your brain to decode.

This was all made in pen, It is not pencil I assure you.

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Hahaha

Love it!



I need your brain.

I will steal it and study it's effect on dead corpses that have been fatally killed to death. With hammers.



This..

This is amazing. I absolutely adore the amount of detail you put into this. AND ITS IN PEN :D I look forward to seeing more drawings from you xD 10/10 most defiantly


tallestWargiraffe responds:

Kind words like yours actually keep me drawing. It feeds me. Im leeching away at your review. MMM TASTES FANTASTIC! GIVE ME MORE!!! AARAHAHHAHGHGHGAHRAHGHA... Thank you :P


Amazing

I love the detail of the monster and mustache man. A dark but lively drawing of a monster as you said "playing" with mustache man. I know I can tell you easily I like the anatomy in this drawing.


tallestWargiraffe responds:

Thank you! The monster seemed as a child when I added the term played. While I was drawing it that was not the intent lol, but I like it, it seems to add more darkness.


IM IN LOVE

WITH THIS WORK OF ART. This is by far my favorite. The expression on the monster is so perfect, it captures the entire mood it's in. And the brain in the stash thing..perfect :D


tallestWargiraffe responds:

Thank you, Ive never been Favorited by somebody before, you just made my day :)

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Dec 8, 2010
12:18 PM EST
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