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The Old Firm by thejeffster The Old Firm by thejeffster
Messrs. Croup and Vandemar, ultra-dangerous denizens of Neil Gaiman's alternate London underground in his extremely excellent book "Neverwhere". Presented to all as my Halloween image this year. Happy Halloween, muahaha!
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SaporoArhon Apr 16, 2014  New member
PERFECT !!! 
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Twilight-Airglow Apr 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Why Croup is always fat and AS MUCH TINY? But still, picture is wonderful and their characters are reflecting on their faces so fking evidend that... just bravo. 
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So scary just like in the book! <3
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CookieCakePotatoShoe Mar 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I absolutely love this! I featured it on my blog for my review of "Neverwhere", sorry I didn't ask permission, I gave credit and everything but if it in't okay I can take it down.
Thanks for your great fanart though!
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:iconthejeffster:
Thanks so much! You having notified me is enough. I am happy you referenced it. What a good book, eh?
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:iconthejeffster:
"Possibly the best Croup and Vandemar I’ve ever seen. Probably because it’s the first one I’ve seen that scared me."

-Neil Gaiman
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Seberethes Dec 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What? No cartoonish features? No "whoops! Was this supposed to be scary?" bright colors? So paint me grey and call me a direwolf if it isn't one seriously talented artist showing off the best damn Neverwhere Fanart on the whole site!
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:iconthejeffster:
That is a seriously awesome comment there. Thanks! (bows humbly)

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KikiJBaxter Jul 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
amazing :D
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:iconthejeffster:
Thank you! Nice Malcolm Reynolds quote, btw!
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