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Thread: T-DOME: Last Man Standing Round Four (Matches 1-9)

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    wait a minute... Are we supposed to scoose the best one of those? Dude... that's tough.
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    Chris J. Anderson - is that kid going to get his neck snapped?
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    WOW... these are freakin' great


    HAAHaa...yeah...Walker Texas Ranger

    Hot Damn Diggidy Damn Great work guys

    P.S. DSIllustration...you are freak of nature if that piece is done in traditional media.....
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    great work everyone. Sorry Doug that I half assed mine so much. Yours deserved more of a challenge.
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    Wow, this is some high quality shit. Dan, your piece is an instant classic... Jason Chan, PoshSpice, p4b10, sammy, all you guys great work. Can't wait to see how this is judged.
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    Kresh I made a mistake with her hand thats touching his chin. I didn't realize that at that camera angle, and the position of the hand, you can't see the fingers and the thumb is slightly hidden by the chin-which makes the hand ambigious. It was a bad call on my part, but I thought it would work because thats how a hand in that position seemed to work in reality. I looked in double mirrors a few times to see. But I see even more that just because something looks right in reality, doesn't mean it will tell the story properly or even look right to viewers.

    I'm going to make corrections tonight and move the thumb so that it rests on her cheek so we see she is gently touching his face, not forcefully about to rip it off.

    It's amazing how one small element can change the entire story of a picture. I feel foolish for making such an obvious mistake in story telling with that, but at least I learned this now so I can watch out for it next time. I hate making mistakes.
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    actually i liked the idea of the forest woman being sinister. Just make the eyes wider and the hand behind the head a little more clutching like and presto! Eh but i shouldnt be telling you what to do, its a great piece anyway. Btw her eyes look a bit crosseyed.
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    I feel so great! Thank you all for this beautiful art, I'm so happy to see them all together in full glory. Amazing!
    The most favorite are:
    Sammy - Execution is brilliant and it's funny: be careful what you wish for.... .

    Chris J. Anderson I love the execution, colors and face of the friend and her long eyelashes. He drew her so-o-o many times and still was shocked to meet her . Expression of her face is so beautiful. enchanting.

    Prostate Sunrise Very funny as I see it. Something went wrong. The friend is too scary despite friendly doggy appearance and magician/s hat with a rabbit. They need to start all over again.

    Nicolas The imaginative friend is hilarious. All dressed up and smiling. Hehehe, he is adorable. Love his furry tummy and body language.

    Red_Rook Big friendly koala, very cool friend. Wonderful execution.

    Dan Milligan I like yours the most. Very funny and and the boy got my sympathy. I'm very fond of a very truthful expression of his face in discovery moment. And i love this :"Howdy, partner'. I would die immediately . Maybe from laughing. Some ex-convict for a playmate, hehehehe.

    JasonChan Very beautiful image and I love the girl's little figure very much.

    Pupil Oh, this is my second favorite, really foggy, like coming from childhood memories, and this old barn and sweet creature, Wonderful. I wish it was an animal like this in nature. Wondering what it is holding in its hand? one more friend?

    steak-tron OMG. It's funny as hell and scary all the same. Poor kid, what a childhood he has. Brrrrrr, more like nightmare, than a friend. Some tough kid.
    Great landscape too behind them.

    DSIllustration Child is very funny looking with sweet tummy. Teddy bear looks like suicide bomber. They are having a lot of fun, apparently. Are there any adults , still breathing, capable to call 911.

    Poshspice I'm shaking my head, this child is impossible to discipline, she doesn't want normal stuff and she has impeccable nerves, Nothing can be used to change her way. Execution is beautiful. I feel terrified.
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    My god! This thunderdome is just filled with awesomeness! I just want to have a baby with all of you now!
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    Beautiful works everyone. Great job !!!
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    insane entries, everyone really pulled it out the proverbial bag!
    Shame about summer Pudding, was looking foward to seeing that. Jason Chan, Steaktron, Posh... amazing entries, well done everyone!!
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    Damn...

    That's some impressive work guys. I love what these challenges bring out in you!
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    DANG I'm impressed with this stuff. Instant props to Chris Anderson (my homeboy. If your whole comic is this good I'll punch you congratulations), Jason Chan and DS polished niceness, Dan Milligan tight drawing, and to Steak-tron for pure awesome weirdness. Definitely the best round yet.
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