Originally a "Take B" from "The Stein Zupancic Sessions." We decided to go ahead and place this one in the main gallery. But Since it's a bit TOO similar to "Take A" I decided to change the role of this one into a STOCK image for your use.
Need a massive, manly, Viking-lookin dude for your next project? Then consider checking out this RAW version of Stein Zupancic's Take B of "FrankenStein Zupancic."
Rules for Using
Please let me know that you'd like to use this image beforehand. Please credit Stein Zupancic and myself for the image stock. Please do not use for any hate-supporting topics/inappropriate imagery. If you have any questions on whether your project falls in those lines and want to seek permission, feel free to note me and I'll see what I can do to help Let me see the final product! And most importantly, HAVE FUN USING IT!!!
Hi there, this Image would be perfect for my Contest Project on psd-tutorials. I want to create a Fantasy movie poster about Vikings and your wonderful Stock can be the main figure on it, if you allow me using it. Please answer sonn, must be finished on 27th of April, lot of work to do until. Thanks a lot, Blackderwitsch
id like to use this stock for a mythical creature character portrait, id like to use your torso pose for a Centaur. Please let me know if this is alright (as per your rules) and i would love to get started right away, thanks for your time.
It's my pleasure. I can absolutely respect people who bust their asses in achieving their goals.
I have an older brother who's spent YEARS in the fitness game and the changes are clear. From being a skinny-ass nerd in grade one (not kidding)... let's just say he's built like a stone wall now. Wonder, if in future, if they'll cross paths...? After all, he is a personal trainer.
Wow dude, that is some story. It's excellent to know you've changed your life around for the better... and don't feel bad if you came across as a "douchebag", you had and still have every right to be proud of yourself, considering the effort it must've took.
As for me, I went the other way around. At my worst, I weighed about 230 pounds (Year 8, always feeling like shit...) since then I've dropped about 40, and despite a few up-and-down journeys, I've never gone back. You can understand just as well as me that now, with how good we're feeling, this world is ours for the fucking taking!
Kinda reminds me of a song I once found from a Fight Night game, that I really think would resonate with people (like yourself) who drove themselves towards something better. It's an underground rap song from The Roots, called "The Fire", and it has some of the strongest lyrics I've listened to in a while. Here's the link: [link] (but ignore the last 10-15 seconds of the video).