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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Hellboy


I'm a huge fan of Hellboy. So I just had to put one of my Steampunk guns in Hellboy's hands. I hope I'll find the time to finish this fan piece...

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  1. Hellboy rules!!! I really hope to see that piece colored!

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  2. So used to seeing your own original characters. It's really cool to see you try your hand at someone else's. Can't wait to see the colored pic.

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  3. Yeah I agree this is refreshing to see your take. Awesome job!

    Makes me want to tell you about the time I saw the very first screening of the Hellboy movie anywhere....but alas that would be a ton of typing hehehe.

    chadtownsend.com

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  4. Must love Hellboy. Mignola sat behind me at the NYCC last weekend.It was all I could do to keep from hovering and watching the man draw Hellboys on peoples books.

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  5. i can´t wait to see this finished..

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