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I've been using public domain images from 'The Commons' over on Flickr. I can't recommend it highly enough!
Their names are real; Pat Connelly, an Irish wrestler and Fred Storbeck, a South African boxer. Because it's important to mix up fighting disciplines in Beat Em Ups.
I wish there was a videogame of this, I want to play it!!!!
Also I want to own this shirt!!!!!!:) 5$ again.
really cool mash-up of vintage and videogame influences 5
Haha. I'm normally not one for stock art, but this is downright awesome. I wish this was a real game so I could fight like a true gentleman for once.
so burly $5
my money's on big pat. storbeck looks like a chump.
it's a winner
every time you dip into this public domain style the better it gets! Really funny mash-up of old-timey looks and circumstances in a modern re-contextualization!
Very cool idea, looks great!
my money's on Big Pat!
I imagine the combos. hadou-ken / tatsempuu-kyaku.
I really like this, but I don't think your heather gray placement shot is doing it any favors.
$5! Different for you, yet still classic Fatheed!
I would love it if the type was illustrated to enhance the Victorian-era poster feel. Some lavish curlique borders for a mock-up video game display would be the icing on the cake.
great idea!!!!!!!!!!! would be an awesome videogame!!!!
such a fun idea
this sub needs more love.
my total favorite of your's, aled.
I wonder what a fatality would be like!
HAHAH! this is awesome!!! more please!!!
mortal kombat for the 20's hahah
Great and innovative! Best luck! :)
such a lame score!
this is a must pint
Way underscored. Print it anyway, I'll purchase.
This is awesome.
Need nicknames though, like Pat "The Stache" Bruiser and "Stillborn" Storbeck.
Haha! Thanks for the love people. Low scores are the new high scores, anyway.
I got lower than this, aaand I drew mine myself ;)
Oh, I missed this one by quite a bit, but its one of my favorites from your public domain series
retro mortal kombat !