Snook Donna & Rilon Art Trade


Spazkid's characters: Snook, Donna and Rilon!

Met Spazkid while I was visiting in Philly for Pico Day. He's a pretty cool dude: SO WE DECIDED TO DO AN ART TRADE!

Go check his stuff out. He's a great animator!

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Very nice work here

While this is a subtle piece it's still an amazing art piece here you have shown some nice detail some nice formation of the characters and some very well used colors I love the subtle Coolers I could see you adding some subtle colored frame or border for this and make it a nice little frames piece it's so colorfully a nice frame might do it some justice very nice work here though and very talented as always


It's too bad that I am not familiar with these characters. It doesn't matter, I still think this is a great picture! In fact, it's probably better how I first acknowledge them at all! These are some great designs and I'm glad you promoted someone else's work with them. I know we do that all the time, but it hasn't been done with these guys at all. I thought they were on a car.

They just seem to be on a metal box. I love how they all have distinct appearances. Yeah, you do a lot of scantily clad women. Or in some cases, naked. I may not be familiar with this, but it's a great picture in its own right.

am I the only one who noticed the cloud penis :o

Sabtastic responds:

Hahaha! xD
I was waiting for it!

Hey, does are great characters! It's like a super-mega-awesome superhero team! And their first letters of their names is the name of the team!

SDR!... SRD!

... DSR?

... crap, none of the names sounds like a sex-related disease! Hasn't Spazkid thought of this?!

Do you realize the guy writes his phone number on his dick?

What is that...like...10 digits long?


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3.54 / 5.00

May 11, 2012
6:02 AM EDT
File Info
2419 x 1514 px
1.2 MB

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