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Wow nice

So this was a really nice piece here I like all the dripping blood in this one more dripping blood would be a real plus you do some nice work great character and that lighting effect was even better so nice job there this was an amazing piece of work and hope to find more of you work sometime soon so keep doing what you do but anyways that's all I have for this one here


I'm not a fan of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies, but this was still a cool picture. The scariest part of this is probably the skinned face you see on the lamp or rather, the skinned face that's a lampshade. I like how you portray this guy as so monstrous. Not only does he have a chainsaw in one hand, but he has a sledgehammer in the other. I've never seen a slasher villian so well armed! No one messes with this guy.

I like how there's a lot of blood all over his body. I can't tell if the window is supposed to be cracked or if those are trees behind it. It really makes you realize why you come from a place called Chris Crazy House. This is probably your most macabre creation yet. He has a nice work tie on too.

it's leather face...

it's leather face...and well done...how could I not give a 10/10

Fantastic illustration

I liked it, the face is terrifying

Looks like...

John Goodman.

Anyway it's pretty good. A couple parts on the picture have the shade colors not go well with each other as others. One example is the arm on our left.

Credits & Info

4.21 / 5.00

Oct 25, 2009
6:15 AM EDT
File Info
750 x 938 px
381.9 KB

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