Some Maniacal Mind FucksMom Nearly Yanks Kid's Tat Off:Ask Me How!Some Maniacal Mind Fucks1 month ago in Personal More Like This
According to the maniacal fuck in question, she had an altercation with the toddler and instead of, oh, grabbing his shirt or arm-- like any sane humanoid with a brain and a soul-- she decided, shit you not, to grab the kid's tackle: proceeding to pull until a 1.5 inch tear occurred. While not brainless enough to deny the overwhelming physical evidence under oath, the mother was convinced she could mend the boy's genitals with alcohol and super glue. Yes: she, this grown ass adult woman--who presumably had a public education-- literally tried to glue her son's balls back together. But not before applying, and this is the icing on the shit cake, alcohol to the profusely bleeding wound.
Stuffing, I'm sure, copious amounts of bloody paper towel down the child's underpants, the mother then sent him to bed. No medical experts were notified by the mother of the incident. Later, the father, a military officer on the army
Nightly Frights: The Very First Horror MovieNightly Frights: The Very First Horror Movie6 months ago in Personal More Like This
To kick off “Blame The Fright” month, I’ve decided to start by sharing the very first horror movie ever. Coincidentally enough, it’s also one of the very first movies, period. First released in January 25, 1896, the movie is a French film known in English as “The Arrival of the Mail Train.”
I know what you’re thinking: how is a 50-second clip of a train pulling into a station considered a horror flick? Well, it’s because the “horror” part of the film was very much unintentional.
Admittedly, this film is passé by today standards. Heck, most of you could probably film a more entertaining video clip with your camera phone of your cat doing something cute or crazy and then post it on Vine!
But that’s the thing: video is a common thing in our modern world. That wasn
Nightly Frights: Russian Sleep ExperimentNightly Frights: Russian Sleep Experiment1 year ago in Personal More Like This
For those of you unfamiliar with the internet, creepypasta are scary stories that are circulated through the internet, usually through discussion forums or e-mail.
The term "creepypasta" is a variation of "copy and paste" and derives from the viral nature of these stories, how they are spread by copying and pasting them.
I love creepypasta and actually consider some of them to be creepier than most horror movies. And I feel there's a good reason for that.
While horror movies are created by big media companies for the sake of raking in profit, stories such as creepypasta or "urban legends" are much more organic, deriving from the imagination of a single person and achieving notoriety by being spread from person-to-person through personal correspondence.
While horror movies rely on special effects to elicit fear
Top 13 Sesame Street Scares (#7)#7: The Count Sleeps OverTop 13 Sesame Street Scares (#7)5 months ago in Personal More Like This
So one night, the Count decides to sleeps over with Bert and Ernie—and no, they’re not sleeping over for “that” reason! Get your mind out of the gutter!
Bert lets the Count sleep in his bed while he sleeps in the living room, allowing the Count to sleep with Ernie. (In separate beds! I said get your mind out of the gutter!)
Anyway, the Count has a hard time sleeping, so Ernie suggests that he counts sheep. The Count does exactly that—and being the Count, he can’t stop counting sheep.
His counting, laughter, and sudden bursts of thunder and lightning keep poor Ernie up all night, making it so that neither of them do much sleeping. (Because the Count is keeping him awake with his counting. Sheesh! What is your deal?!)
That skit didn’t seem t
Animals Within, Spirit AnimalsAnimals Within, Spirit Animals3 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Animals Within Spirit Animals
Hanuman by molee
There has always been this obsession with the others we share this planet with.
We communicate with them on certain basic levels and yet they inhabit a plane so different from ours: savage, instinctive, a life of sheer survival. At the same time they can do things beyond human abilities: fly through the skies, swim the oceans, apply t
Top 13 Sesame Street Scares (#10)Top 13 Sesame Street Scares (#10)6 months ago in Personal More Like This
Jim Henson Company
Throughout the years, many of the Sesame Street characters would receive extreme makeovers. This was probably a good thing, as most of their original appearances were, well, less than appealing.
For instance, Oscar the Grouch used to look like this:
And Big Bird used to look like this:
And then there was Mr. Snuffleupagus.
Ah, good old Snuffy! Remember him? He was the cute, adorable, furry elephant-like creature who sounded like Eeyore and looked like a mammoth without tusks.
He was also Big Bird’s best friend who was always conveniently absent wh
'Slendermaid': now a thing.Photos taken within the Fukushima exclusion zone.'Slendermaid': now a thing.10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Witnesses describe it as an oily-black creature with either very stunted legs or an actual fish-tail. It strides around on abnormally long arms.
Image drawn by a child in Souma, over 30KM north of Fukushima.
Feel free to post any evidence you may have found yourself in the comments section.
(And by that I mean: doctor your own photos to perpetuate the myth)
FAQFAQ1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Since I get a lot of mails and comments that asks similar things, I have tried to put together a FAQ, since I am having a hard time replying to every one of them individually.
One thing you must understand though, is that art is different for everyone, so some of the things you will have to learn and discover for yourself. Unfortunately I do not have all the answers for you.
What's your job?
I am a freelance comic artist. Clients ask of me to draw: Cover art (CD/Film/Books), writing/pencilling/inking/colouring of comics and manga, game/film concept art, storyboards, character design, workshops, logo designs, mascot designs, TV host (comic/manga/japan/game related). I do both private and commercial commissions since about 2006. You can contact me for work at Mikikoponczeck@gmail.com or Mikiko_p
MAMA Scared Stiff Semi-Finalist AnnouncementIn the MAMA Scared Stiff Contest, we challenged you to channel your most frightening childhood memory, and the entries were truly terrifying!MAMA Scared Stiff Semi-Finalist Announcement2 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
These 25 hair-raising deviations sent a chill down our judges' spines, and have been chosen as the Semi-Finalists. It's now up to the true visionaries of horror, MAMA filmmakers Andy & Barbara Muschietti and Guillermo del Toro, to decide on the top 3 winners, who will receive their share of $10,000 USD, as well as Points, deviantART Gear, and Premium Memberships!
The remaining 22 Semi-Finalists will receive:
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Congratulations to all!
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My Top 13 Scariest Nostalgic Moments (#5)The original Indiana Jones trilogy is one of the most beloved adventure movies of all...My Top 13 Scariest Nostalgic Moments (#5)1 year ago in Personal More Like This
…ah, screw it! It's the "Kali Ma" scene from Temple of Doom.
#5: Kali Ma scene from Temple of Doom
Admit it! As soon as I mentioned Indiana Jones, this was the scene that came to your mind. How can it not be? It's the most infamous scene from the entire series.
You know it. I know it. Everyone else knows it. This is the scariest Indiana Jones scene ever.
We all know it by heart. Literally!
Indy and friends are sent to investigate the case of several missing children from an Indian village when they stumble across a cult for the Indian goddess of Death, Kali, which sacrifices human beings in the most gruesome way imaginable: by tearing their still-beating hearts out of their chests.
Watch Me Draw CharizardStuff I SayWatch Me Draw Charizard2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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time to reveal my secret identity!i'm batman!time to reveal my secret identity!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
nananananananananananananananananananananananan......i need sleep
Gravity And Your Cosmic JourneyGravity And Your Cosmic Journey4 months ago in Art Features More Like This
Gravity & Your Cosmic Journey
By istickboy, Truepicturesinc
Lost Asteroids In Space by QAuZ
What if you could follow your own gravity field & travel millions of miles?
Writer Gabriel Harper pondered the mystery of our gravitational fields in an online essay. He explained a mind-bending concept: how your personal gravitational field grows over your lifetime and spreads into space. “Our gra
How LMS was born...WARNING: This is a long journal. But if you wish to learn how LMS came to fruition, then please read ahead. I hope you can gather some insight on this for all of you future comic, art, graphic novel, design-book creators. This is how it all went down and how it's come to be and become one of the most amazing aspects of my life.How LMS was born...4 years ago in Personal More Like This
A lot of people have emailed me, noted me, or left comments about how I originally came up with Last Man Standing, my graphic novel. If you are unfamiliar with it, or a new watcher, it is a book that I have spent the past two-to-three years bringing to life. You can visit the official site at: LMS-KILLBOOK OF A BOUNTY HUNTER
Let's start with YEAR ONE.
I was working on a pipe-dream/nightmare project with my producing partner, Stephan, of Section 9 (our company), in 2008 when LMS first came to my head. I was under a situation where I had to produce artwork for, which was to be, a job for Micro
500 Point Giveaway #10Winners500 Point Giveaway #101 year ago in Deviant Events More Like This
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The Road To Creating Your Own IP - P.2Part 1, The Next Three Years Of My Life: http://danluvisiart.deviantart.com/journal/The-Road-To-Creating-Your-Own-IP-P-1-354518946#commentsThe Road To Creating Your Own IP - P.22 years ago in Personal More Like This
OBJECTIVE: SELL THIS DAMN BOOK, DANNY.
At first, Gabriel was nothing more than a character named ONE. He had no backstory, no face, nothing. I just wanted to create a character that was a badass, yet with a sense of humor.
I was inspired by such characters as Boba Fett, Wolverine, Deadpool and Clint Eastwood from The Man With No Name trilogy. I needed to create something that fit that build, however, I'll admit, it wasn't intended at first.
I uploaded him on December 8th, 2008, (which, you can find here: http://danluvisiart.deviantart.com/art/GABRIEL-107612010?q=gallery%3Adanluvisiart%2F7848546&qo=50) and he became one of the most popular characters of the series, if not, the most. Soon I started finding him on forums, websites, fashion blogs (what?), and more.
But what hit me so hard was that the majority of the comments rela
Nightly Frights: The Roommate's DeathNightly Frights: The Roommate's Death1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Growing up in the early days of the internet, I was enthralled with Snopes.com and would regularly peruse its pages reading up on urban legends and other quaint and curious volumes of forgotten internet lore.
To this day, urban legends still enthrall me. They have that eerie quality to them where you know in the back of your head that it's all made-up nonsense, but the overall plausibility of the story makes you second-guess as to whether or not it's real.
Which, of course, it was only fortunate that Snopes and its crack team of expert fact-checkers were there to discern these modern myths and determine whether they were fact or fiction.
Most were false. Others were true. And yet the most eerily creepy ones were always those rated undetermined.
All this month, I'll be sharing some of my favorite urban legends, all courtesy of Snopes.
Let's start with a classic:
Fur Affinity Sept 2012 - you deserve all the lolsI'm going to skip the rant and the preach and go right for the throat.Fur Affinity Sept 2012 - you deserve all the lols3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
If you use Fur Affinity as your primary art submittal site, actually pay attention to what goes on with the community there, and you still have your primary artwork there, then you deserve everything that happens to your images. The site is run by scum, they have inconsistent rules, and when financial backers come calling they start mass bannings until the people funding them are happy. I've written about their incompetence before, and I'm not rehashing that, but let me propose this one thing.
When the financiers of FA called up a few weeks ago, they were upset at all the cub porn (read child porn) on the site. To keep on the good graces of the powers that be, they started mass banning and deleting images from all the sonic artists that draw porn on their site. A community outcry went out against this change in the User Policy (or something), and then all of a sudden the site experiences a massive crash a
5 LevelsI've spoken as guest speaker a number of times over the years (come visit me at SCAD Atlanta in January). While I'm not the best or most patient teacher, I think my strength is my pragmatic and blunt approach to the business side of comics. In order to help the students think of a "5 YEAR PLAN" (more on that in an upcoming post), I'll often break down the different page rate levels of comic book artists as a way to help analyze the playing field of our industry. If there's a ladder to success, what's wrong with defining each rung? I imagine such a breakdown helpful for moving up in most any industry, not just comics.5 Levels3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Here are the 5 LEVELS of comic artists as I see them--NOT based on talent but on page rates, popularity, and the prestige of the titles the artist works on. You might define them differently or have more than just 5, but I find that less-is-more when it comes to people being able to retain information.
a Tremendous THANK YOU!To all the Bronies and Pegasisters out there, I wanted to shout out a very humbled Thank You! The announcement for the comic came Thursday morning from SDCC, and since then the response has been dramatically overwhelming, uplifting, and positive... and the book is still months away! It's 6 am as I write this, as I've been too excited to sleep recently!a Tremendous THANK YOU!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
on another note, there have been a LOT of questions... I'll try to give a blanket coverage here to what I can.
First, I cannot give you sneak peeks. Sorry, but waiting is part of the game and half the fun! When IDW and Hasbro give a thumbs up, it will come here first!
Second: Yes, these are original stories (no, I'm not gonna tell you what it is yet!), not adaptations of existing episodes. This gives us the chance to do things that maybe couldn't be done in an episode due to time restriction or other limitations! The target audience is the exact same as the show, meaning it will be great for kids and adults alike. We know what a major fa
on stylesimma keep this one simple....on styles2 years ago in Personal More Like This
style is just how the artist feels like treating his or her world at any given time!
it is influenced by the styles of other artists the artist admires
it is an amalgamation of influences mixed with personal sensibility....
it is perpetually changing and evolving
and it is not a trademarked property
see, i personally am a mix of influences from michael turner , adam hughes, marc silvestri, alex ross a few concept artist, and my design is greatly influenced by stan winston studio
my cartoonyer style is influenced greatly by disney and don bluth with a dash of manga and a healthy dose of j scott campbell who can probably tell you a similar story about the origins of his own style
its the nature of humanity people.
we stand on each others shoulders striving for greatness. so too will i influence quite a few artists who will adapt my own approaches into their workflow.
also.... i'm batman!
just to see who is still reading XD
Transformation Challenge Semi-FinalistsView Challenge ArticleOfficial RulesView EntriesWinnersTransformation Challenge Semi-Finalists9 months ago in Official DeviantArt Contests More Like This
Forget Zombies.Britain is currently facing a real epidemic.Forget Zombies.1 year ago in Personal More Like This
It started in Northampton earlier in the year and has since spread to a number of other towns and cities around Fair Blighty.
The horrific Northampton Clown was the first. “Patient Zero”, if you will. He would simply….appear. Sometimes he would knock on doors and randomly offer to paint the window frames for the bemused resident (though he never seemed to carry paint or a brush). On another occasion, he emerged from a lake and handed out balloons.
Since this hellish creature first showed up, there have been a deluge of sightings, from right across the country, causing such a degree of distress that the authorities are issuing advice.
FoE:PH:MO MishmashCombination of skits I've written that I either didn't put up here or haven't previously put up at all.FoE:PH:MO Mishmash3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Psychoshy: "So, why do you all eat together? It's not like there's anything decent to eat that doesn't come prepackaged."
Rampage: "Eh, debatable, but Glory likes to cook so we indulge her. I've got to warn you, though; her cooking is a bit of a minefield, so you have to be careful to pick out the stuff that will kill you bef-"
Psychoshy: "Yeah, yeah, whatever. Look, I'm taking this one." *sits between Rampage and Blackjack and yoinks BJ's plate.*
Blackjack: "Hey, I was eating-"
Psychoshy: *downs a spoonful of something* "Hmm not ba-" *instantly turns full-body green and turns to Rampage with wide eyes, her cheeks bulging*
Rampage: *puts up a hoof and spins Psychoshy in her chair so that she's facing the opposite direction*
Psychoshy: "Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagh! Blaaaaaaaaaaagh! Blaaaaaagh! Huff huff BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!!" *falls off her chair and la