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Attack of the 50ft Furry

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I could not be more pleased with how this came out! Sure, it was a LOT of work. I rarely put this much into a piece, nor do I stylize the coloring this much but in the end, I'm so glad I did. It was a fun experiment, mixing more traditional styles with my currently developing style but I think I've hit a happy norm. This is very good for me. ^_^ I've been going through a bit of an evolution lately trying to settle into something and I think this piece commemorates me settling in. I've got one more pic on my scanner I wanna finish and then I'm thinking it's about bloody time I did some commissions. I've been getting plenty of people asking me for then lately. X3

And in case you're wondering, the original piece was done with a .35mm Micron Pen on Smooth Bristol Paper. With the original at 9x12 and scanned at 600 dpi, the image is over 6800 pixels tall. It hurts me to shrink them down so much but they'd be kinda hard to share otherwise. ^_^;

-TB

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DUN DUN DUN!

this is actually pretty funny cuz u know where all the men will attack with their rifles

I love the ad, you need to make a movie/animation for it now ^^

Soldier: General what do we do?!
Genaral: We need chains and a scientist with a shrinkray
Me: (runs under linda) WHOOOOOO!!!!

i wouldnt be runing :))))))))

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TerdBurgler
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Feb 9, 2012
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