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Aaron
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I'm taking a break from the SFM requests. I'm in a mood where I want to make what I want to make in SFM. I will let you know when I'm taking them again

I'm just a laid back guy, who can be a bit of a spazz sometimes once I'm comfortable around you. I mostly post SFM posters on here, but I will post the occasional cosplay photo. I enjoy Valve games, Doctor Who, and Gravity Falls.


My life partner, :iconluckyhachi: is the most amazing person ever! I love my Lucky!

I do not accept random friend requests on Steam! If you wish to add me, send me a note first!

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Mario Bros. by TheCrimsonLoomis
Mario Bros.
Inspired by the Mario Bros. title screen used in the Super Mario Advance games. Of course, I did change a few things, as there aren't models for side steppers and fighter flies, so they were replaced with a Goomba and a Spiny. And Luigi's left hand isn't on Mario's back. And I added the number of player options. But, nonetheless, I did my best. Enjoy, everyone! :D 

Screenshot of the title screen: 
gyazo.com/bdce9a44ec6cadda5d3c… 

All characters and logos © Nintendo

This poster © :iconthecrimsonloomis:

Credit for the models go to ApocHedgie and Karasz (Crispy Toast)

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When you want to make some Super Mario SFM, but there are hardly any maps for Mario. And the ones that are available are meant for Gmod and have no HDR lighting. Scene building and green screens can only do so much, but the models still look so out of place. .-. 
Dash for the 'shroom! by TheCrimsonLoomis
Dash for the 'shroom!
Here we have Luigi running to catch a mushroom. It ain't easy being small!
And look at that Goomba over there. Smug looking twerp...XD
Enjoy!

Artwork © me

Luigi, Goomba, blocks, coins, and mushroom © Nintendo

Map © theFaceless 
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You know, it's coming up on a year since I first visited Lucky over in Norway, and I was just thinking about how different the customs in the United States and Norway is. Here's an example of when I went through Norwegian customs:

Customs Officer: Why are you here?
Me: To visit my partner.
Customs Officer: For how long?
Me: A week.
Customs Officer: *Stamps passport* Alright, enjoy your stay.

I like it. It's quick, not many questions, and easy. Then when coming back to the USA, the flight attendants were passing out customs forms. The forms are pretty much papers you fill out, and it asks you if you're bringing anything back from the country (or countries) that you visited, and it's approximate cash value, because you can't leave or enter the USA if you are possessing a certain amount of cash or something worth that amount of cash. I forget the exact number. I believe it's something like $250,000. It also asks if you had come into contact with any livestock, or if you're bringing anything back that could potentially have any diseases. Then, when you actually go through customs, you need to scan your passport at a machine, take your picture, print it out, and then go to the Customs Officers. The Customs Officers then look at your passport picture, the picture you took when you came back, then at you. And now an example of a conversation with a US Customs Officer:

Customs Officer: Where are you coming from?
Me: Norway.
Customs Officer: Did you happen to visit any of these countries. (I forget the exact countries they ask, but they list off a few countries. Mainly because of disease issues and drugs.)
Me: Nope, only Norway.
Customs Officer: Are you bringing back anything that's possibly carrying diseases or drugs. (Just in case, you know?) 
Me: No, only candy. 
Customs Officer: Only candy?
Me: Yep.

Then they stamp your passport and your customs form, then you can go an pick up your bags, then you need to go through another customs officer, and they'll stamp your customs form again and take it and look at your passport and send you on your way.

I just find it interesting how different Customs security is in the countries. In Norway they're very casual about it, just with asking why you're in the country and how long you're staying, while the USA pretty much wants to know everything you did and bought in the country. Not saying that there's anything wrong with that, it's just interesting how tight US security is vs Norwegian security. Just some food for thought. 
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You know, it's coming up on a year since I first visited Lucky over in Norway, and I was just thinking about how different the customs in the United States and Norway is. Here's an example of when I went through Norwegian customs:

Customs Officer: Why are you here?
Me: To visit my partner.
Customs Officer: For how long?
Me: A week.
Customs Officer: *Stamps passport* Alright, enjoy your stay.

I like it. It's quick, not many questions, and easy. Then when coming back to the USA, the flight attendants were passing out customs forms. The forms are pretty much papers you fill out, and it asks you if you're bringing anything back from the country (or countries) that you visited, and it's approximate cash value, because you can't leave or enter the USA if you are possessing a certain amount of cash or something worth that amount of cash. I forget the exact number. I believe it's something like $250,000. It also asks if you had come into contact with any livestock, or if you're bringing anything back that could potentially have any diseases. Then, when you actually go through customs, you need to scan your passport at a machine, take your picture, print it out, and then go to the Customs Officers. The Customs Officers then look at your passport picture, the picture you took when you came back, then at you. And now an example of a conversation with a US Customs Officer:

Customs Officer: Where are you coming from?
Me: Norway.
Customs Officer: Did you happen to visit any of these countries. (I forget the exact countries they ask, but they list off a few countries. Mainly because of disease issues and drugs.)
Me: Nope, only Norway.
Customs Officer: Are you bringing back anything that's possibly carrying diseases or drugs. (Just in case, you know?) 
Me: No, only candy. 
Customs Officer: Only candy?
Me: Yep.

Then they stamp your passport and your customs form, then you can go an pick up your bags, then you need to go through another customs officer, and they'll stamp your customs form again and take it and look at your passport and send you on your way.

I just find it interesting how different Customs security is in the countries. In Norway they're very casual about it, just with asking why you're in the country and how long you're staying, while the USA pretty much wants to know everything you did and bought in the country. Not saying that there's anything wrong with that, it's just interesting how tight US security is vs Norwegian security. Just some food for thought. 
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OkamiTakahashi Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015  Student General Artist
Thank you so much for watching! Though not everything is TF2/Gmod or Doctor Who related; the majority of my work is more based around childhood nostalgia ^^;
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:iconthecrimsonloomis:
TheCrimsonLoomis Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, the rest of your gallery is pretty cool, so I look forward to seeing what else you have to offer. :)
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woodyfromtexas Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2015  Student Artisan Crafter
Hey I have a question for you
1. How do you put steam profiles in deviantart?
2. Do you do request's?
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:iconthecrimsonloomis:
TheCrimsonLoomis Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
1: steamprofile.com/

2: Not right now. I needed to take a break and just do SFM for myself for a little while. Sorry about that.
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woodyfromtexas Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2015  Student Artisan Crafter
1: thanks
2: okey
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Sonicvt Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2015
Scouts awsome
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TheAdventurerSteve Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
Hey sup bro! I just finished downloaded SFM and I was wondering if you could comment my first SFM art though. o_o (I am scared)
fav.me/d8bfxg6

From Steve the BLU Scout
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DrCuddlebug Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're very talented
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:iconthecrimsonloomis:
TheCrimsonLoomis Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you!
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little-mac-n-cheese Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, I forgot to mention..

This is Nio Kurosaki! I'm not sure if you remember me..
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