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The FinalGamer by Jaleo

FG's Monsters of Silent Hill - Blind Pig (by James Corck)

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"TETRA SHIELD!"
A dangerous foe tries to strike at FG with some sort of attack!  Is it a blast of water, or a deadly laser shot?!  Either way, it's a good thing FG learnt how to use his nanos, infused with videogame data in order to protect himself.
How he wishes that he thought of this defensive measure sooner, but now he knows better thanks to some magic tutoring he shall learn in the next arc.

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So a few months back, I asked Jaleo on FA for a commission of FG, of course.  I decided to not ask him for a naughty picture mainly because, other than having no ideas other than "humpahumpagaynesslol", I love when Jaleo does more badass pose pics.  So why not give him an idea!?

He seemed pretty confused by FG, I can understand why, despite the fact he did a fucking AWESOME job on this pic.  I mean DAMN FG looks badass, this is incredible!  What amazes me the most is not only how badass the Tetris pieces look, but also how he NAILED the look of the scissors.  Lot of artists always make them look different, which I don't mind, but here he gets them perfect.  Totally awesome.

Lo siento Jaleo ^ ^ y muchas gracias!


Art by Jaleo, FinalGamer to me.

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crossover 3,849, videogame 2,233, velociraptor 813, tetris 45
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 7 months ago
Rating: General

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xpanther
5 years, 7 months ago
who knew tetris would be a lifeskill XD
ZJamesCampbell
5 years, 7 months ago
More than you think!  There actually is a condition called The Tetris Effect that occurs within people, causing them to deal with problem-solving and puzzle situations faster! :D
xpanther
5 years, 7 months ago
i know >.> it seems my life the past several months has been going with the tetris themesong going in the background
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