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Let's Rock 'n Roll!
What happens when the tables are turned and the zombie army of death gets mobilized and ready for action? Carnage happens! Yeeee-haaaaaa!
On either blood red or roadkill asphalt.
Inspired by the fantastic work of Blair Sayer and Sam Raimi's "Army of Darkness".
To nice, man!
i like so much the strokes.
ha ha - this is pue rock'n roll!
love this one!!
Your work for the horror contest is super detailed and really nasty looking in the best possible way! This also reminds me of Dead/Alive, right before the lawn mower blade mows down the zombie horde. Nice stuff here man.
woah holy shit man, this just jumped up to my top 5 faves for this comp. $5
Excellent! I think you should win the horror contest!
wowowow! looks amazing!
my absolute favorite of the comp
Cool, thanks guys.
Great texture, great design!
awesome work man!
this is MORE like it!
wow, is that Blair Sayer guy humbled by your homage?
Great work btw, $6+. Love the image dude, you got the skills for this comp for sure.
There's something about zombies i just can't resist! This is awesome!
This looks great on red! 5$
this is GREAT!!
love it! perfect on red
great on the reddddd
i love your woodblock-printing-esque style
excellent, love it on red!
2.2 ???? Are you fucking shitting me??
Didn't I call it, Rocks? 2.2, I win! HA
i need this to be printed
I'll be laughing at the votards when this sub wins the comp
gawd, I wish you guys were right but there are some great submissions. no worries, but I appreciate the support, you guys rule.
i totally missed scoring this. wtf. it's bad-ass!
Just watching George Romero's "Land of the Dead" and it has a similar premise to this idea.