Second Crimean War #368

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The Doodler
19th Mar 2016, 10:44 PM

I tried to base the face of the Spetsnaz guy on someone I know slightly, but it totally failed, which is probably just as well, given that he doesn't deserve it. :P

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Tantz Aerine
20th Mar 2016, 4:50 AM

*silent fright screeching here* D: But great panel shots! (pun eh, not exactly intended)

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The Doodler
20th Mar 2016, 1:06 PM

Hehehe, I say heartlessly.

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Whiskey T. Foxtrot
20th Mar 2016, 7:19 AM

The scenery looks bleak, yet eeriely beautiful; kind of reminds me of a post-apocalyptic movie I saw once. Great use of light and shadow - I particularly like the shadows of the trees.

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The Doodler
20th Mar 2016, 1:06 PM

Thank you! What movie, if you can remember?

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Whiskey T. Foxtrot
20th Mar 2016, 2:09 PM

The Road (2009). If you replace Yana with Viggo Mortensen, war-torn Ukraine with post-apocalyptic America and the Spetsnaz with cannibals... Yeah, these could be screenshots of that. The athmosphere that mixes desolation with ever-present danger is definately there.

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The Doodler
20th Mar 2016, 6:28 PM

After extensive and painstaking research (flipping through screenshots for thirty seconds) yeah, you're right. It's kind of pretty, in a post-apocalyptic canibaly way.

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