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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Pet Ape



Well, he seems to be a mix of Animaniacs meets Ren & Stimpy, or so. Whatever, I like the colours.

9 comments:

  1. I LOVE the background on this. The character really fits into nicely. great design on him.

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  2. wow! your stuff blow me away and place a nice kick at the right place... my ass! tanx to let us see your great drawing

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  3. He's awesome.. I would love to have a pet monkey, they seem like so much fun! :)

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  4. Such an awesome character!! I say he has the head of that Tex Avery black cat sown onto the body that in of itself comprises a primate and a meerkat.

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  5. wow , this character is very funny , i love the colour so much , and the background

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  6. awesome!! love the character, the coolor and the shadow in the background really gives the image a nice depth.

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  7. phenominal work!....really great style

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