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    One error on my part:

    Klara's piece in match 17 managed to slip through the cracks and I managed not to post it up. No pussout for her! Sorry Klara, it's up now.

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    aaaaaauyyyaauurrgnngghhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Gotta keep my head unexploded for the other two threads though...

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    Holy goodness... I don't know if I've absorbed it all yet, will take a couple more days. BRILLIANT work in here and the other 2 threads... Burtzum: Seriously! WTH? Great minds...?

    Plus, LOTS of for Cody, you awesome thing, you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougbot View Post
    Wow, great stuff! Easily the best first round I've seen in the LMS competitions. I lost my round, everyone turned in great entries. Beelow's was cool, I like anything sci-fi, Burtzman's was simply beautiful, and hats of to stevekim! Fuck man, that piece is awesome! At least I'll come in before Coits...because they didn't hand anything in.

    Great work by all.
    Shut up. Your entry was and is still badass. Kim and Burtzum kicked ass. I should be the one that is worried. I am dead. pld:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burtzum View Post
    Jessibean! What the hell? We've got some sort of mind-link going on or something. Creepy.
    I think we all do, haha - Congrads to my VCU peeps, you guys rocked socks. Best of luck to both of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Visions View Post
    I think we all do, haha
    hot damn we should start a people-floatin-about-in-water-themed show.

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    To match 14, AKA InvincibleWombat, Stokes, Chupacabra, and Nisse-Bula:
    Holy crap.
    I can't believe how much ass you guys kick. Congrats for not fallin out and awesome pieces!! Nisse-Bula where the hell did you come from? I couldn't find examples of your work anywhere!

    And to everyone else, amazing work...
    I also have a folder of my faves that is well above 50 pieces. A few of my absolute faves include ProstateSunrise, Icon, sept13, Rambozo, DavePalumbo and Pan. But in general everyone's work is so amazing its painful xP.

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    i love how many aquatic scenes there are in this competition~ i love so many of the entries, and i am amazed at how many CAers i never heard of turn in such stunning works~~ Good luck everybody!

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    No pussies in our match! Nice work everyone.

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    Hey, Carnifex, I kept within the restrictions: less than 1000 pixels across and under 500kb. My image was only 500 pixels across, and 481k or so.

    I wish I could have made it even bigger, because it lost soooooooo much detail when I shrunk it down. If I'm fortunate enough to move on to round 2, I'll probably do something a lot simpler. This piece took so long to finish.

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    Chingwa, I just saw your entry again and then realised that you made an adaptation from a Japanese fairy tale, am I right ? That's the crucial moment of the story. Excellent, that fits greatly to the topic. I got the tale in mind, but can't remember the title. Can you enlight me ? Thanks.
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    Here are a few comments for the pieces that stood out for me in this thread. I'd have loved to be able to comment on all of them but alas, there are only so many hours in a day.

    Icon - Love it! Subtle and clever!
    Dougbot - Very cool. I like it a lot.
    Patrick Ballesteros - A lot of people did the "tiny creature piloting a robot suit" concept, but I love all the cool little details you threw in there.
    ArtByZak - Aw man, I thought mine was going to be the longest image, but you beat me by 27 pixels. Great stuff, man.
    GreenTopaz - Wow! You just keep getting better. Great work!
    Romance - Very nice work; creepy, sad and a little disturbing. I knew it was yours as soon as I saw it.
    bluefooted - I'm just a huge fan of everything you do. This is no exception.
    Sept13 - Aw, how sweet. Love it, but it's perhaps a little too nicolas-esque.
    Ilaekae - Haha, I never know what to expect from you.
    PatriciaS - Very funny!
    Vorace - Great creature design there.
    Helzon - Haven't seen your work in a while, you've improved a lot!
    daveneale - Love those little guys.
    alxcote - You really did a lot with a simple concept. Great work.
    Yumiko - There are a surprising amount of mermaids in this round, but yours is one of the best!



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    Heya Alday... Nice catch man! It's based on "The Crane Wife" (tsuru no ongaeshi), and is indeed depicting the crucial moment in the story... It's really a rather touching story of two beings who loved each other very closely. However there are underpinnings of greed and other less noble human characteristics as well. The final painting comes across rather ominous, and loses the touching aspect to the tale which I regret a bit...

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