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A drawing made with a pen, and colored with photoshop.

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Some of it comes off as a bit messy, but that's nothing too noticeable. It was great to see what you could create out of this. I just loved seeing these wonderful colors. I think I have seen these before. It seems to remind me of how some heat sensors work. I'm listening to Zelda music right now.

That's probably the only reason why I reminded of it with the shield. The one person seems to be throwing something. It's hard to even tell what these projectiles are. All I know is that they look really nice. I thought that was a branch the person on the left was holding, but it's actually a sword!

cooool dude ! ca faisait longtemps que j'étais pas venu ^^

@Twisted4000, that isn't teal, which is darker and more bluish, while this one is more greenish, i'd say it's SpringGreen

Very nice, the colors work very well together! Teal and magenta is my favorite combination, as a matter of fact.

Wouhh, Cool!
Vers FZzZz SHhooo Fhhh Piouu Pioohhh Pioooh!!

Nice! :D

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Trez-Treize
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Jul 28, 2013
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