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Jason Voorhees- Black Heart Models Bust (Nintendo style)

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1 hour ago, CorallineAlgae said:

Mad props! I really like the aesthetic, but I'm surprised he isn't a little dirty considering the condition of his skin and clothes. 

It’s based off the Nintendo colors not the movie design 

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46 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

Creepy, but great technique. Intrigued by the background.

Thanks! It’s just scrapbook paper from a Halloween clearance sale at Michaels. I like the paper for silly backdrops. 

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On 6/11/2018 at 1:17 PM, pinkymadigan said:

That game was tough.

It sure was.

 

Great work on him, Bathory!

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