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birthday present.

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It's like a macabre versian of Dr. Seuss, all we need is some rhyming and colored fish floating about!



:O

all these amazing pieces are making the rest of us look bad, stop it! i joke, this is some serious skillage in the village!


sugarpolyp responds:

Haha, not really. Much appreciated flattery though! THE VILLAGE WILL BE PLEASED.


THIS IS AWESOME!

10/10 5/5 you've the talent!


sugarpolyp responds:

Haha, thanks broski.


rotflmao

sex


sugarpolyp responds:

intercourse?


What happened to Ren and Stimpy?

Reminds me a lot of the Ren and Stimpy cartoons. I think that if you had added more varied weight to your line work that this would have been a more rocking piece. The banana car is a nice touch which makes him seem even more crazy however because he looks like he is in a military uniform I think having him in a "Short Bus" would work well too, especially if you called it "Military Intelligence".


sugarpolyp responds:

I agree with the idea of more varied line work, however, there's not a whole lot i can do about the whole military uniform deal, as this was not one of my original character designs, but rather a take on a friends. He's always wearing army jackets apparently, and she wanted him in a bannana car. However, that's still a pretty wicked idea, if i ever do something like this again.

Thanks!

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Aug 14, 2009
5:56 PM EDT
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