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10-04-2010 @ 10:04PM
Oh for the love of...WoW artists, this announcement just in. Girls, they have boobs. Get over it. (also, like hell a forsaken would have that much remaining fat in the chest. -_-)
10-04-2010 @ 11:16PM
stuffed with teddy bear filling?
10-05-2010 @ 1:02AM
Oh for the love of...People on the internet that I can not assume the gender of, this announcement just in. Men and lesbians, they like boobs. Get over it. (also, like hell a magical world where cows can talk and walk on water would have any physical rules on the quantity or quality of flesh.)
10-05-2010 @ 1:06AM
"Yes, they're real! They're not mine, but they're real!"
10-05-2010 @ 1:11AM
@AlchemistmerlinLook, I know you all like boobs. Awesome, I like abs. Mmmm, abs... /trails off in awesome thoughts. Snaps self out.But here is the thing: I don't concentrate on describing a man's abs in my writing/art to the detriment of the piece. This guy is a awesome artist, but from all the other comments with boobs in it, it shows that his fascination with blatantly sexing it up detracts from the art instead of enhancing it.Also: I don't make men have unrealistic, monster abs in my art/writing/daydreams. Nor do I spend more time and detail on that then I do their face, emotions, and character development.So yeah: Boobs, we have them. Stop talking to them instead of to my face. Which is essentially what this art amounts to, with your eyes being drawn to the bazoongas instead of the actual action of the piece.
10-05-2010 @ 1:13AM
Also, @ AmetrineI lol'ed irl. XD
10-05-2010 @ 6:28AM
Whoa, now I have to say, in general quite good, but a little off on the sizing and perspective. Sure illustrative technique is important, but perspective and structure of an anatomy is also important. How did that's Orc's axe not manage to slice through his back based on how it joins to the haft? The blade needs to be rotated a bit farther, or the haft moved up his shoulder a bit.What? I started backwards through the gallery?*urp!*/nosebleed
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