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Pico Day 2D/3D

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Submitted this really late for Pico Day. Hand Drawn with colored pencil and marker. The characters were each broken down from 2-8 parts and layered using Styrofoam to give it a 3d effect. Took me 24hrs in all...... my hands hurt. Happy Pico Day and Happy BirthDay!!!

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Really awesome

It's nearly impossible to tell that the elements you have put on styrofoam aren't actually just drawn in, at first I was like, wow this guy is really amazing at shading, but now I know that you're amazing at 3-D effects, which is just as impressive, if not more. Keep up the good work

SirKillington responds:

Thank you very much! I'm doing a Metal Gear one thats turning out to be a bigger project than I wanted it to be, but I think everyone is gonna like it. Thanks for the review!

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FUCKIN AMAZING BRO

SirKillington responds:

Thank you very much, I'm tryin'.

Loved it!!

Well, I can't say something more.
Awesome Alien Hominid and P-bot versions.
5/5
10/10
Keep up the good work.

SirKillington responds:

Thank you very much, and I will!

Nice job

10 out 10 for the creativity.

SirKillington responds:

Thank you very much.

wow

Thats awesome. Dude make more.

SirKillington responds:

Working on a metal gear one now, Thanks for the review!

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Apr 30, 2011
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