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Left 4 Sled


Today is Christmas Day, so I drew the Left 4 Dead characters getting into the seasonal spirit... one way or another.

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I don't see why this has such a low score. The reviewers don't seem to support it. Judging by the thumbnail, I thought that was Walter White. I was about to compliment on how good you draw live-action characters. Well, I still enjoyed this piece. It's funny, because I didn't notice they were sledding on a zombie!

I don't know what the blood trail on the snowman means. Was there a zombie there? It is nice to see these guys having a fun time. I often notice new things on this. There's a frozen zombie in the background. I guess people were expecting more of a mashup.

TmsT responds:

The blood trail there is the snowman's tongue, because it's "the smoker", one of the zombies who has a really long tongue (and a puffy, deformed face).

Lol thats great what they did with the smoker!

So, wheres the witch ice statue? Great picture and an epic tribute to LFD.


cool tribute dude, nice tag line as well, of course francis is the scrooge...................R.I.P Bill


bill should be at least a little transparent and have wings with a halo...
but nonetheless a good tribute.

Credits & Info

4.90 / 5.00

Dec 26, 2010
12:07 AM EST
File Info
1042 x 1040 px
339.2 KB

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