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a legendary tale


I freaking love this picture! I think it's mostly because you get to see such a realistic portrayal of something you see so often in fiction. I can't really tell how the blood works. I think it looks more like he's being impaled by a stick. The other half of the beam appears to just be a stream of blood.I also love the background.

You see this sort of stuff all the time in action cartoons. Every single splatter comes off wonderfully. It's all of the utmost detail. This guy's hands kind of look like scissors or knives. He's still doomed. The fact that it's so long works so great too.

I have to admit, i'm in love with your darker stuff, or even your light colouful stuff with a dark twist on it, i'm liking it rtil keep up the great work!
i do wonder what would would have happened to get the character in this position, did he/she fall from a ship in the sky and then get shot or is it like a sequence-motion? gets shot while standing on solid ground but at the moment the trigger is pulled this image is shown, like the worlds turned upside down for everyone there in just a second, or for the character at least. Please let me know!
Interesting stuff as always ;D

love it!

The vertical streaks of color really add to the effect. it really paints not only a picture in your mind but a story.

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Epicly Awesome in every single sense of the word.

The only reason Newgrounds didn't front page this is because they've already frontpaged' so many other pieces of yours.

One of my personal favorites

This pic is stragely addicting to look at, it reminds me of a bunch of time i've seen people stabbed or shot in movies and tv shows. This picture is just way past awesome.

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4.61 / 5.00

Jun 19, 2009
12:59 AM EDT
File Info
856 x 1230 px
464.1 KB

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