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Super Paper Mario DS box art cover
By avatar kalebhall 1 on July 21st, 2009
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kalebhall 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

plz comment and rate its my 2nd real box.

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kalebhall 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

is any one gonna coment this?:( oh and credit goes to google and the back cover words is from another super paper mario game but i put it all togather my self. :)

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ClonedX 35 [ 1 decade ago ]

ummm... link ?

you stole the back description from that box, you can see the screenshot, and also you stole the DS part of the logo too. And the front it's just a very stretched wallpaper, and the back is horrible IMO

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kalebhall 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

oh srry i just found that other box on google im not goog with making words at all srry.

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Tucker1140 23 [ 1 decade ago ]

#4, Please use effort in your spelling on the comments.
Its also a horrible box, You cut off the temp with a stretched wallpaper and added a logo with ESRB.
The back is a plain color, with stolen text, then four screenshots and a ESRB thats too little and stretched. Then the side is disgusting, it isn't the right size, the logo is stretched and some of the background on it is showing.

Please don't use Paint.

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kalebhall 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

i didnt steal i gave credit and i found the stuff on google.

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tleeart 45 [ 1 decade ago ]

#6, You literally tore it from Heavenly Soldier's box, and added it to yours poorly. While reusing another person's actual text isn't a great idea from the social aspect, and though other users cannot force you to, it's a good practice to credit the artist that originally created the artwork, although ripping graphics straight from a box is a whole other matter, I do believe. As for other items, most of it is official art, so you don't have to provide credit to that, but letting us know the actual websites you used them from is also a good practice.

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kalebhall 1 [ 1 decade ago ]

thank you

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