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while painting with my niece and nephew their mother decided she wanted to paint something, here is the result.

she descibed them as a post apocolypse family with a slight anime influence once she finished painting

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Sweet!

 

There is something that scares me about that baby! Maybe it's the maniacal grin, or his beady eyes, or his lack of pants(?).

 

It looks like some good family fun was had here!

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