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    DSG 1301: Fantasy: WELL-INTENTIONED MONSTER HAS TROUBLE RESCUING CAT STUCK IN TREE

    [ Sometimes you're just the wrong one to be doing a particular job. ]

    [ It's not that you're bad... ]

    [ It's not that you're not trying hard enough... ]

    [ It's just that the job requires someone who is comforting and nimble... ]

    [ And you are large and frightening. ]

    [ This is just such a time. ]

    Fantasy: WELL-INTENTIONED MONSTER HAS TROUBLE RESCUING CAT STUCK IN TREE
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    hahaha

    beautiful

    We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light."
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    kitty titties nsfw

    screams for help that only the giant serpent hears

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    A quick sketch, enjoy...

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    lol at the bandaids

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    This was too cute an idea to pass up. But I got too carried away and spent too much time on it. :< Gotta learn to speed things up a bit.

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    DSG 1301: Fantasy: WELL-INTENTIONED MONSTER HAS TROUBLE RESCUING CAT STUCK IN TREE

    this topic reminds me strangely of the movie Pleasantville. It was really fun to do

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    Melihitchcock:

    I love the cat. The puffed up fur, the expression, the wildly swinging paws. Perfect!

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    DSG 1301: Fantasy: WELL-INTENTIONED MONSTER HAS TROUBLE RESCUING CAT STUCK IN TREE

    as for a suggestion I have added a bit of color

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    Ooops... lol
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    LadyHydralisk:
    Well, the reason I wrote it is that it almost sounds to ridiculous to be true.
    Having my equipment wouldn't turn it into a masterpiece, but at least I could have done some kind of rendering and not just snap a picture of the sketch.

    MeliHitchcock:
    Love the expressions of both characters, especially the monsters.

    Jack Frost:
    Great scene. Love how the tree snaps just at the moment the cat escapes into the hands of its owner, and how the monster who could easily reach the cat from the ground lacks the brains to realize it.

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