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We used this painting in our 2nd AIM 2016 entry! Awesome source of inspiration, man!


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VerdRage responds:

Awesome music, I'm glad to be inspiration for such a good soundtrack, thanks! :D


Not you're average backyard treehouse, eh?
Btw: all in favor of Potdad making a book about this say "aye"!
"Aye!"


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See, that's not Hello that's Hell-0 A prison compound on the planet netartha in the empierian galaxy past quadrant 9-10-Aa, You see, all the worst criminals in the galaxy are sent here ti be processed and re-cycled into better more complying "Citizombies" they're turned into what we would most relate to as being, an itergalatic police force. No souls though, you see their bodies are what is recycled the mind however stays in a prison database, where they are subjected to non-stop nightmares and torture. This is all in the effort of keeping you a good citizen, because step to far out of line, and you'll be spending the rest of eternity as a floppy disc of horror.


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VerdRage responds:

Sir, you definitely should write a book.


Pretty wicked looking. What inspired this?


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VerdRage responds:

I saw this and then it started - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/aDV80

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VerdRage
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4.88 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 29, 2016 | 10:59 AM EDT
Category
Illustration
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887 x 1254 px
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709 kb

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