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What Lies in the Cerulean Caves by arvalis What Lies in the Cerulean Caves by arvalis
Mewtwo speedpaint I did last night.  Thought it would be really cool to show how scary finding something like Mewtwo deep in a cave system would be.  Extra points to anyone who can guess the significance of the time code numbers.


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:iconlkwayvern:
LKWayvern Featured By Owner 10 hours ago
It's bigfoot--no, wait. 
Bigfoot doesn't look like an awesome super-powered escaped clone. 
Very, very, good. 
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Growlithe-Coffee Featured By Owner 1 day ago
oh heck no.
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:icongolem2371:
Golem2371 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i got it. 150 = mewtwo's dex number. 67= ultra balls taken to capture mewtwo
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Psychoscissor Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Everyone else is saying seconds...

I'll take a stab in the dark and say that the time code means: Pokemon #150, and it took you 67 hours to finish this?
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Dastardlyninjas Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmmm... He's #150 and it took you 67 min. To make? Or it took you 67 hours to beat the game? That's all i got , lol.
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Ryan2315 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Do the time code numbers have anything to do with St Anselm and/or the Proslogion?
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:iconarvalis:
arvalis Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Nope, and I'm really not sure what those are.
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:iconryan2315:
Ryan2315 Featured By Owner 14 hours ago
Neither am I. It was simply an answer I thought was reasonable due to it referring to philosophical works.

St. Anselm (1033-1109) was an early Christian philosopher and the Proslogion is one of his works, and therefore I thought the mystery numbers referred to a passage in the Proslogion. I realize now how silly this sounds.
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fruitbatslyra Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Omg....this is just so dang creepy! O_O'
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Elemental-Spirit24 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Artisan Crafter
I keep thinking back to this and I find myself thinking that this would make a great basis for a Live Action horror film.
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