Eboy NYC Poster


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Chaps finally got around to making a New York City iso-scene poster. Represent, East-side!


Posted by halfliquid @ 5/5/2006 11:48  |    9 | Source

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sedgemonkey (Level 11 Master Assassin) @ 5/9/2006 14:58

@ptoing: I see what you mean about the light source... it's all over the place. 

Still, it's a lot of fun exploring a giant iso scene like this. 


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Shark (Level 1 Jukyu) @ 5/8/2006 15:11
I have never really liked eboy. sure they do some pretty awesome stuff, just seems to be all so repetitive. the work they did for honda was excellent, but as ptoing said, a lot of their stuff is just collages of smaller pieces.

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Dra_chan (Level 8 Shodan) @ 5/8/2006 14:04
O..M..G that iso is a dream

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ptoing (Level 7 Underboss) @ 5/7/2006 11:36
The guys at eboy should stop being such slackers!! All their big scenes have inconsistent lighting. They just piece stuff together from smaller stuff they have made before and add some new things :P Har, still nice tho. Not as big a fan of eboy as i was before.

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Pink Mafia (Level 1 Thug) @ 5/7/2006 06:10
Very much what i expected from an eboy piece, brilliant and detailed, i especially love the little pig men sneaking in a window bottom left ;)

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halfliquid (Level 1 Private) @ 5/6/2006 16:11
You could stare at this thing for several minutes, come back an hour later, and still find something else to stare at that you missed before!

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Skull (Level 11 CEO) @ 5/6/2006 05:11
That's fantastic. It's packed, with so much detail - There's nothing quite like Eboy.

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jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 5/5/2006 13:04
Another fantastic eboy piece. The Andy Warhol photoshoot is a great detail.

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