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Size Matters - Geno and Mallow

Hello everyone. You guys probably know that, I am probably not going to take on a full "break" like I did last time, but I won't be submitting QUITE as often... something just sorta fell through. I will still be commenting a lot, but I want to ready a lot of nice art to upload so I can give you more frequent art updates! KRR has really had me drawing lately, and so I'll be seeing you again soon enough. <3 I've already got some cool new ideas for art, so, au revoir.

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Kirazy   [Feb 28, 2009 at 01:26 PM]
Aw! This picture's so cute! I love it! Mallow and geno both look adorable in their own little way! This is one of your best pics! What I like is the clear lines, and powerful coloring! Laughing This reminds me of Brawl in the Family's coloring. Laughing
A Kirby and his Cheese   [Feb 28, 2009 at 07:20 PM]
YAY! Super Mario RPG!
Dedede-Daimyo   [Mar 02, 2009 at 09:24 PM]
I love the way you can draw just about anything in your style. It is always so cute Laughing The color you chose for the background works well with the picture's (great) composition. SMRPG is one of my favorite games Very Happy I'm glad there are people like you who strive to keep its memory alive! I have been pondering the title, and I really can't deciffer the meaning of "Size Matters". Could it possibly mean, "though both Geno and Mallow were only in one game, which would make them relativly small game characters, their impact was so profound that it not only made the game a Legend, but it transformed them into bigger characters than most people think", yes? Though not everything must have deep meaning... Wink
AnimeKittyCafe   [Mar 03, 2009 at 01:00 AM]
While I was still going for something deep along those lines, I also meant the fact that things always look so... "chibi" the way I draw them, which is very unintentional but it just works well, I guess Very Happy Thank you! It is one of my all-time favorites, and I really DO hope fans will keep the hope alive for this over-a-decade-year-old classic. Thanks!
aru   [Mar 03, 2009 at 09:14 PM]
Wonderful! Your style makes them cuter~! Razz

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