can someone plz render these for me ^^
plz and thank you!~
can someone plz render these for me ^^
plz and thank you!~
can anyone render this pls ?
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I would like a rendering of this picture.
Registration Required - Minitokyo If you cant see the larger image here it is again on photobucket.
Now the rendering I want is just of the symbol in the middle. I want it as a tattoo so can you try to get it as perfect as possible?
Thank you to whom ever decides to take this on. :P if you can render it with the white glow. and if you can. invert it. If not, then just render the symbol with out the white glow. Which ever is easier for you.
would you render him for me hes just a guy on youtube not sure just take the girl away
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