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    Otis vs Klaivu

    "DOG MOBSTERS"

    Tommy Guns, Gangsters, Bones, Fedoras, any breed of dog , must create the quintessential mobster dog(s)
    No sci-Fi, magical, or human body w/ dog head characters. The dog must keep or resemble its natural anatomy. Busts or portraits are o.k. as well.
    No limit in media-(2D only.)
    No limit in style
    Must be done in color
    Background / environments optional..should not compete w/ your Dog"ster".
    Must capture the personality of your Dog-Mobster-"Dogster".

    Capeesh??






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    Last edited by otis; January 21st, 2004 at 03:39 PM.
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    We have both been very busy. I better crank somthng out tonight!!

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    Uh oh. If I know Klaivu, this will be very interesting.


    Es fließt durch meine Venen, Es schläft in meinen Tränen
    Es läuft mir aus den Ohren, Herz und Nieren sind Motoren

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    O,K, this was a quicky I did tonight. Sorry I've lagged on this, just been too busy lately. Can't wait to see yours.


    SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND


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    Hey,

    very cool, only thing i miss is a plate of bones and some pasta.

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    I really should have made this way before the deadline ...
    Just a wee bit of a WIP - I'll touch it up in the morning.
    ( Since it's withing the deadline )

    It's too dark!! aaaaieeee!



    I like yours more than mine. Don't really have the brainpower to figure out why at this hour.

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    It's kinda like...the meeting (my piece)..and then what happened later....

    Becarefull with those animal rights activists!

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    "Say bye to your little friend"?

    nah.

    Will you put these in the final images thread if you haven't already?

    Thanks for the challenge man!

    Last edited by klaivu; February 11th, 2004 at 01:46 AM.
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    Naw...the little dog is the DON!!!
    The greyhound was your perspective at the table!
    I'll post em.

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    You know, I showed this to a friend and he thought it was a c-section scene ...
    "Yeah, I think conditions were that brutal back then. And that guy in the background, he looks exactly like a father waiting."

    So it'd be kosher to muffle and bind a mother giving birth and gut her with a chainsaw.

    Hmmm. I think the fatty has more charisma. But still, if the little guy is one of those growling lapdogs that eat little babies ..

    Hah. Imagine a toy dog with cement shoes. You'd only need a flowerpot

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    Yeah, the bulldog is like Capone, and "his little friend" is his right hand man....


    As for your pooch getting cut, the dog in the background reminds me of the dog that has to make sure "the job" gets done. Interesting piece, even thought it is pretty grouesome.

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