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My entry for the Madness Day art contest :)
Done with Macromedia Flash 8 and some finishing touches with Adobe Photoshop

Enjoy,rate and comment :)

Update:Preloader Image?.....Mention in Tom's Post?Sweet! :D


While not as good as some other Madness stuff, this is still a very nice picture. I think the main reason it works so well is because you get to see all the characters at once. Congradulations on being Krinkels' all time favorite art piece! It's great how there's so much going on here. The way the character is all stitched up reminded me of the "Xombie" series. Dang, I wish that series was back here.

It's cool how a lot of these characters look like they're stuck. I notice Tricky's head at one point, pointing out to the audience. Or maybe he's pointing to some other character there. Either way, it's worth checking out. Hank looks great at the top with that crab arm.

mmmm deimos?, is death in madness combat 9 :(

Wicked picture you did for Madness Day my friend if i had one minor complaint about the picture is it seems to stand out on lack of colors but other than that i found it perfect & truly badass with the design of all the different Madness characters especially the Clown,awesome work man. :)

Where's Deimos?


STUNNING black and white with a red background.

The only advice I can offer is more details and distorted words in the red backdrop.
And perhaps a bit of a 'darker' red so it adds contract to the main focus of the art poster.

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ThePsychoSheep responds:

Thanks for the advice :D

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Credits & Info

3.82 / 5.00

Sep 13, 2011 | 6:27 PM EDT
File Info
550 x 1245 px
620.8 kb

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