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Pico In time!

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My late and sloppily rushed entry for the Pico Day art contest.

Its Pico in 1935 Chicago, the age of the Mafia. Darnell is the bartender while Nene is one of the entertainment girls. And the Uberkids mean business as usual.

Its freaking Pico day and I figured id had to at least draw something to pay my respect to this awesome site.

Happy Birthday Tom Fulp

Edit: Thanks for the Frontpage Newgrounds!

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gdgd

its a really good picture but the bullets/flash of the guns look like butter or something but still its a really good pic well done =D

:)


TheShadling responds:

Butter em up!


Lol - pico looks like a Leprehacan

The composition seems a bit disheveled as the bullets appear to be in direct contact with his back.

Almost as if you forgot to paint in the bloody splatters from his bullet wounds.

Still.....this is just a minor observation. I don't mean to insult.

The rest of the composition and re-vision of characters is great!

Nene's a beauty but watch out for Herpes!

And Darnell is never too far behind to aid Pico.

Nice touch using the Umber kids as the mafia.

You really paid attention to capturing the Pico universe in this picture.


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TheShadling responds:

Pico is really really lucky that he didnt get hit. Thanks for the review Jak!


cool but...

i dont even know what to say about this one.


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TheShadling responds:

No problem man XD


sweet

lol,love this,picos one lucky bastard for all those bullets to miss him


TheShadling responds:

Thanks mate, hes like a lucky leprechaun.


Wait.

Yeah I noticed that Tank men,Alien Hominid,and Dad poster in the back.


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