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The Gravity of the Situation

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Damn that was a lot of shading. I will never draw an astronaut again.

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Man that movie suck lol. Great joke though :D

Astromenal! And damn, that colors :O

That's pretty much how I've felt every single time I've drawn an astronaut.

RenegadeClock responds:

That one time. :o

excellent work!
i was there when this drawing was created/happening, and i must say that it was great, and that it looks even cooler with all this shading!

as for the character design of the astronaut, excellent drawing, epic work, insane details.
i also loved it that the comic had some scenes from the ''gravity''. clever.

as for the ending, hahahaha, astronaut sure had a sh*tty day.
now he has to fight them with his ''BEAR'' hands! (see what i did there?)
(i changed ''bare'' with...you know!)

anyhow, once again, renegade clock did an amazing comic, filled with humour, great shading, amazing artwork, and with lots of cool little details (like the red B on the ''nasa'' logo the astronaut had on his chest.

keep it up, you R good!

RenegadeClock responds:

Thank you, as always, BB10! Hey, where's your comics?

I actually like how you implemented that movie into your little "sequence". XD

RenegadeClock responds:

Movie? What movie?
Thanks!

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