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Hello pals, it's me Tiltro and I remember it so you don't have to. I've been really crunching my time doing school work before the sweet taste of freedom called summer starts calling my name. Anyways this is a mashup of Alien Hominid and Duncan & Jones, it looks alright but i'm still improving. If you haven't watched Duncan & Jones then what the frick. Watch it right now if you can! It's created by the amazing Snackers who is honestly a inspiration to me. he's a really cool dude. Alright that's all I have to say. Also for some reason Duncan has a messed up arm, I didn't notice that until now.


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ummmmm wrong planet
some things that i had to point out is that
the hand looks pretty off, since the hand in
reality was supposed show the front side from the hand
when the camera is facing it. but all
and all, it's a good art after all

Tiltro responds:

Yeah I noticed that right before I posted it. I was to lazy to fix it. I didn’t know what I was thinking.

this is mean >:(

Tiltro responds:

Don’t worry Chutney, Duncan & Jones aren’t gonna hurt the alien. They will simply donate him to the zoo for the gorillas to munch on like potato chips until his bones start to break. I know that sounds harsh but it’s what Martha would of wanted. Just forget about this alright.

I love this idea of a crossover, this is great dude

Tiltro responds:

I appreciate your kink words, I don’t really know what inspired the idea but it turned out alright. Thank you dude.

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May 14, 2020
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