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Pizzaface

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This was going to be a stop-motion doll
however, the latex turned gray sadly so now it doesnt look as good as it does on this picture ):
shouldv kept it in a plastic bag or something, but hey

this guy's an ANARCHISTIC SQUATTER PUNK who aint take shit from NOONE

MATERIAL USED:
skeleton: iron wire
skin: LATEX
details: markers and stuff
trousers: from an old pair of jeans
shirt: from an old boxershort

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Oh god this is a monster lol for a pizzeria! great work on detail and messed up dark art I love it this is awesome and the arms.

"this guy's an ANARCHISTIC SQUATTER PUNK"
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"Squatter"
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He squats. The how he rebels..... Except he's Slav, and Slavs squat.

Nice work, but not my cup of tea.

I remember seeing this kind of stuff in that one cartoon you made. Why does this have such a low rating? I thought it was great! It really does show off some well done imagery. I can tell that you put a lot of effort into this. At least the reviewers are nicer to it.

It really does look more like pizza than any ugly person I've seen. Then again, this guy technically is an ugly person. It seems like he's made of actual pizza. I like the occasional photograph here. Hey, maybe because it's not drawn that's why it's low rated?

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W-P-S
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Jun 4, 2009
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