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    A finished thought from the back of the mind

    Got a lovely commishion to do what ever I wanted- so naturally the stranger the better. Here's the result with some details. It's 12 by 16... graphite, colored pencil, dyes.

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    Thanks for taking a look.

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    wierd shit, I like it.

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    That's some mind you've got there...................!

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    u have superhuman mind for the odd which you cant help but, love... Always a treat NicRad...!

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Very interesting details in here... I always love hidden things in images. REally unique. Looking forward to more.
    Peace, Chris

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    nac

    i will say, the breastices you draw are very nice. tell me if im wrong, but i can see a little scotty resemblence in the creature at the very bottom....in the face. i put my latest character up just now...check him out: weylan.

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    It turned out amazing! I always enjoy your stuff. Thanks for posting the details.

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