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Poopin' out eyeballs


no the penguin did not poop out an eyeball, lol XD

This was for an artistic vision contest, I don't know the results of the contest so I don't know where I placed );

Base: http://disappeared.de

Anyways, I don't know newgrounds policy on pixel dolls.

For those of you who don't know what that is: Pixel Dolls are pixeled artwork created on a base (whether the base was created from someone else or the artist themselves).
Bases are nude poses without hair that people display to allow other dollers to put clothes, hair, accessories, ect. with the use of crediting.

So in other words, think of it as a barbie doll but in digital form. These dolls aren't always in pixeled form, there are some dollers that use tools in photoshop or paint shop pro. Those are called tooled dolls.

Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/w iki/Dollz

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that.... ehh punguin thing looks familiar

style ^_^

awesum trash-styley pic!

thats fucking awesome!

dizamn im not even gonna be mad that u stole the body, because when u think about it, the focus is more based on the mother fucking eyeball cluster and the crazy clothes. fantastic work bromeo, i like the techno punk clothes.

wishaponapixel responds:

I didn't steal the body. The creator of the base/body released it to the public so that others may use it as long as credit is given to them as the original base maker :)

Great..... again.

Another great pixel art by you. Especially great for the base you were given. Very creative.

Credits & Info

4.06 / 5.00

Jun 20, 2009
3:29 PM EDT
Pixel Art
File Info
177 x 220 px
9.4 KB

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