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The Shield Doggo

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The Shield Doggo


Zamazenta- I've seen alot of Zacian fan arts. Kemon guys where's the heavy immovable Doggo at?


UPDATE:

Its amazing that the fact that this work was featured to the Frontpaged Immediately after I uploaded it. It is also Amazing that my works has been featured to the frontpage consecutively one after another. This Being the third in a row. AMAZING!!!


It might not be a big deal to an extent, but for me, this type of achievement is overwhelming:)

THANK YOU Newgrounds for supporting my work ever since I join back in 2009. 10 years? (Im old) but you guys are so awesome!

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Holy shit it's like a sick Uchiha Susanoo, hope you aren't offended with me comparing this to Naruto. Seriously tho, this is pretty awesome!

TaraGraphika responds:

I can see why you would make the comparison. Susanoo is a beast of an armor.

And no, I'm not offended at all, happy that you mentioned it:D

Thank you so much!

That's really cool. Infinitebrians also did a zamazenta but theirs was a lot simpler. Yours is very detailed and impressive. I love it.

TaraGraphika responds:

Thank you very much Ambrux, for reviewing my work:) I appreciate your comment very much:)

I saw Infinitebrians's Zamazenta, and I must say he did a wonderful job interpreting Zamazenta's "I'm in a pickle moment" type of situation.

Indeed I agree with you that he has a simpler but stunning humor where you look upon the logic behind the recent legendary doggos design.

But with that being said, Its fun to draw things that are cute and give an audience a thought to ponder:) Cheers mate!

Looks very nice! <3

TaraGraphika responds:

Thank you Kindly:3

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