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Terrible Convergence

Shawn Cheng
Nov 15, 2007

Terrible Convergence

11 Comments

  1. Sorry for the delay, everybody…

    Shawn Cheng, Nov 16, 2007 04:14
  2. Shawn, this is amazing… I fucking hope someone kills that giant robotic demon, cause I can’t draw him at all!

    Nicholas Di Genova, Nov 16, 2007 04:49
  3. I just looked at it again… you’re SO good!

    Nicholas Di Genova, Nov 16, 2007 04:49
  4. sweet.

    Zak Smith, Nov 16, 2007 05:14
  5. I can’t even believe how good this is getting, and it was already amazing. God DAMN.

    Matt Kish, Nov 16, 2007 09:21
  6. I love how the little mohawk-teeth guy keeps hanging around… He must need some excitement in his life…

    Nicholas Di Genova, Nov 16, 2007 12:57
  7. Yeah, seems like mohawk guy has replaced basket guy as the “background weakling”… or maybe something more sinister is afoot, mwahaha.

    Glad you guys like it!

    (Will stipple with more alacrity next time.)

    Shawn Cheng, Nov 16, 2007 20:33
  8. I don’t know which I regret introducing more–the robot demon or the stipple.

    Anyway, currently working on my multipart revenge–Mandy and I had to go to the emergency room tonight but I should be done by Sunday, stay tuned.

    Zak Smith, Nov 17, 2007 07:40
  9. What’s with the guy with the Japanese kanji for “car” on his helmet? does he want to capture the zebra-monster and use him as a vehicle? or something?

    justin, Dec 3, 2007 10:26
  10. I still dig it, though! don’t get me wrong. I’m just curious about the Japanese kanji on the helmet

    justin, Dec 3, 2007 10:27
  11. justin–clearly OTROK takes place in a future so distant that the marks of our cultures have long ago taken on meanings we would not recognize. In this time period, the word “car” is an ominous and inauspicious word that the learned use to refer to one of a host of mysterious demonic forces responsible for the ruin of the old societies, thus having the word “car” on your helmet in the OTROK era is like having “Nemesis” or “bad motherfucker” tattooed on your arm today.

    Zak Smith, Dec 3, 2007 21:18

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