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    what a load of suck. the guy that beat me pussed out!

    I could have been a CONTENDER!

    Grendel Grack you get 4 \m/ \m/ \m/ \m/ Rockins

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0kelvin View Post
    Ben Mauro, didn't you already post that picture a few months ago?
    Um, yeah. Wasn't this on your blog a while back? For a different project? Sorry, it just seems a little unfair to me.

    On a happier note: I think my absolute top, top favorites this round - out of lots of very awesome entries - are Poshspice, Fedezz, Brun, and Grendel Grack. Wonderful work, dudes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefooted View Post
    Um, yeah. Wasn't this on your blog a while back? For a different project? Sorry, it just seems a little unfair to me.

    On a happier note: I think my absolute top, top favorites this round - out of lots of very awesome entries - are Poshspice, Fedezz, Brun, and Grendel Grack. Wonderful work, dudes!
    By the way, my girlfriend told me, "Bluefooted piece is so awesome; I would totally have her babies."

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    FUCK!!!

    Jason Chan, I love you so much right now, just because of that painting!!!

    All of you others, great, awesome, mind-blowing work!!

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    I find a lot of this thread interesting at all the butt suckery that is going on, but I suppose that is what threads like this are for.

    Here are the ones I felt were the best. I suppose I could be a real cad and list the ones I think are trash, but that isn't nice

    I'm PMSing, so nyah.



    Hurricane - I saved this to my Inspiration folder immediately - it sings to every corner of Fairy Tale love I've ever had, thanks for creating such a great image

    Sept13 - What a great expression on his face, I LOVE the juxtaposition of the robot being the innocent one.

    Texahol - What a nice showing. Perfectly clear interp, which I rather prefer to be honest. Lovely RED.

    GrendelGrack - What's not to love? Even better than your first round. Fantastic Illustration - perfect story in an image - and beautiful colors, as always.

    Cicinimo - I'm so glad I lost to YOU in the first round, haha. Excellent. My jaw actually dropped and I said "WOW" out loud. More like "Wooooooooooooow" and then I studied it intently. Just gorgeous. It's a goddamn tragedy you and Grendel have to go up against one another, because besides Hurricane's your two are the strongest images in my opinion.

    Wassermelone - Another one where I just stared, gaped, more like. Quite different than your first round and I liked being surprised. It's very serene and beautiful and evocative of creation, I like it very much

    GreenTopaz - Wow! I love your stuff! Love how he breaks out of the top of the image like that, very cool

    Entroid - Props!! LOVE this subject - outbreak, indeed. What a great Illustration, so many characters and such a funny and yet really meaningful story it tells (to some of us anyway ) Keep right on doing what you're doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wassermelone View Post
    By the way, my girlfriend told me, "Bluefooted piece is so awesome; I would totally have her babies."
    Tell her she's welcome to them: this whole 'labor and childbirth' thing just doesn't seem like a lot of fun to me

    I also forgot to mention Entdroid's and your own entry in my list of favs!

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    Thanks for the comments, guys!

    I'm still busy picking up the pieces of my mind as it was thoroughly blown by these amazing entries.

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    splendid work fellahs! thanks for awakening
    my creativity juices again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strych9ine View Post
    Last Man Standing 3 - ROUND 2 / Matches 1-18
    Also, a point system will be implemented from here on out. Points will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and last place for each match.
    I was simply wondering how this would play out exactly. Does this mean each round winner would get 4 points, second place would get 3 points, etc. ?

    Or rather would these points be allocated according to the judges pics for each round, thereby giving each participant a better idea of where they stood in their respective match (which would seem to make more sense, to me at any rate hehe). Like, each judge would pic his first, second, third and forth place for each match, and by adding up all the judges different points you get the total points for each contender ?

    Ahhh details, details !… hehe

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    Congrats to all the participants. Some really great work.

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    Chingwa Overall I like your entry, but mostly because of he face in the mirror, it tells the story well, it is hilarious looking geisha.
    But the compostion doesn't look united and well thougt out IMO. I think it was not good idea to put such a great emphasize on the glowing lamp near the mirror, it is a huge distraction. The size of the reflection of the girl's head in the mirror is too big comparing to distance, it is even bigger than the person herself. The same goes to hands, too big in reflection. I would prefer that you put some more emephasize at the objects and details you wnat me to see and less on less imporatnt ( i woud say the face of the woman and the man could have been kist suggeted, less definite._
    Compostion too could have been better if you made it more compact and made the rhytmbetter as well in the picutre, there are some empty spots in the picutre which feel like a awkward silence in the middle of converstaion.
    SVE Thanks a lot for taking the time to critique my piece, it's much appreciated. I was looking for a somewhat different interpretation (it looks like Poshspice and I were siamese twins, sharing the same brain), but it only came out about 60% of where I wanted it to go. I have a lot to work on, and I agree with you about defining the important parts of the painting moreso than others. Thanks!

    Also, fedezz I absolutely love your entry, even though I can't decide how it matches the theme! care to enlighten me?

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    Thanks to Sept 13, Poshspice, and Chuck,Mate.

    Just wanted to point out my favorites.

    flaptraps - If Scooby Doo ghosts were scary, this is what they'd be. Great colors.
    Hurricane - This is probably my overall favorite. Great lighting and composition. Love the goblinoids chewing on each other.
    vyle - I don't really get it, but 's got a lot of dyamic shapes going on. Love that weird guy in the suit in the middle.
    wassermelone - for some reason this piece has kind of a 70s vibe to it. or maybe it's art decoish. but whatever it is, it's interesting. love that blue color in the cloud behind the figure and the graphic quality of the swirls coming out of his pipe
    poshspice - This is a really great painting. Probably my favorite thing I've ever seen from you. The patterning and color is fantastic. One thing I really like is that increase in saturation in the shadow on her right elbow.
    idiotapathy - This painting intrigues me. This is one of my definite favorites of the entire group. It feels like something from the Legend of Zelda, with your creepy, swirly golem designs. I really like how the trees look like they're warping away like the power of these creatures is effecting them. Love the cool light behind the main golem and how it draws your eye in with it's dominancy. I think it also feels a little unfinished in places, but it's definitely a nice piece.
    Jason Chan - I'm not going to blow you like the rest of these schmoes, but you did do a pretty great piece. Did you use a 3d model for that jungle gym? Jaggies are showing.
    prostate sunrise - Pretty sweet helmet on that demon dude. Love to see his feet though.

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    Beautiful job by everyone. So much great amount of amazing piece in here and so many interpretations, such a good round. Congrats to everybody!

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