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For the past four years I have been producing a short film, a continuation of the "Fallen Angel" series I started developing in 2003. This film has been the most difficult and complex project I've ever undertaken, and I am very happy to be able to finally announce the release date today. I hope you all enjoy this poster and check out the film when it's released on October 26.

Coincidentally this is the first piece of artwork I've published in over 2 years...


Looks really cool

Can't wait to see the finished work! Loved the series when I found it on here.

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RobsH66 responds:

thank you!!

This was one of the very first videos/ series I was introduced to on Newgrounds and it is still by far one of my favorites. I had always hoped that you would continue it, and I am so happy to hear that you are!

Where will you be releasing it?

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RobsH66 responds:

Thanks for the comment, ragnbogen! I plan to release the film here on Newgrounds, as well as Youtube, Vimeo, my own site, and anywhere else that will accept it.

For real!? freakin awesome! I thought the series was dead an gone a long time ago.

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RobsH66 responds:

nope, not dead... I'm just awful at keeping up with social media and my blog. also, progress was really slow for a long time while I was finishing school and working at my last job... but now things are back on track!


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RobsH66 responds:

thank you! :)

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Credits & Info

5.00 / 5.00

Sep 15, 2014
5:40 PM EDT
3D Art
File Info
2250 x 3000 px
1 MB

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