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Jack_Fox (Feb 20, 2005)
"He wasn't quite sure, but somehow he knew that the Galubrioloids, or something like them, were staring at him from the infitessimal darkness. This led him to question whether or not his current financial status was up to par with the national average. Thinking about this ultimately caused him to leap from the mossy stone that he had lived onsince childhood. While falling he realised that his savings were greater than he had previously thought...The Galubrioloids were not hungry that night."
Jack_Fox (Feb 20, 2005)
drawn in 24 min
Shanghai (Feb 20, 2005)
I tend to like pictures with a story to them, or ones that the view can make their own story. It took me a few moments to notice the Galubrioloids there and that gives a cool effect to me of being able to more closely relate to the character who also thought they were there but wasn't about to clearly see them himself. Maybe I just don't pick up on certain details as quickly though. Great concept though, you're actually starting to give me all sorts of ideas of what I might do for my next picture.
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