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Someone recently told me, " If art nouveau and manga were classmates, they would pass notes to each other with your illustrations on them."

Not only is that quite possibly the most badass compliment I've ever gotten, it's also kind of true! So I thought I would explore that a little.

Micron ink pens, Copic and Prismacolor markers. <3

Edit: This piece has sold. 05/11/2012
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One of my 4x4 pieces for the 30 pieces in 30 days show at Avanti Art and Design. (SOLD)

Pen and white gel ink. <3
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This is a companion piece to my drawing "Active Imagination" [link]
I'm still really into the imagery so expect to see a few more :3

SOLD.
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Kirkudbright Harbour, southwest Scotland
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Here are three guys who can make you laugh without saying a word: Harold Lloyd, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin.

CHARLIE CHAPLIN's 'Little Tramp' was spunky and always looking for a free handout. No matter how many times he was thrown out he always manage to pick himself up, dust himself off and go on. Although his films were filled with humor, and slapstick they always left you with a touch of melancholy as the little tramp walked away, still homeless and still alone.

Movies: The Gold Rush, City Lights, Modern Times, The Kid

BUSTER KEATON was a genius when it came to props. He could make an entire movie revolving around a single prop such as a ocean liner or a train. In one film he had an entire house fall down around him. He was also adept at physical comedy. The man could fall in a million different ways. His character seemed to have his adventures thrust upon him and he had to deal with them as best he could. Although his face never cracked a smile he always had the audience in stitches.

Movies: The General, Our Hospitality, Spite Marriage, The Cameraman

HAROLD LLOYD was the happy-go-lucky go-getter. He was always reaching for the stars. He was polite and kind but knew exactly what he wanted. His glasses didn't just make him look smart, he was smart. When life would throw a wrench his plans he would take it and tighten the bolt in his new scheme. He did have one hang-up, though. He was so eager to please he would trip himself up trying to be someone he wasn't. Whether he was trying to impress the boys at collage, his father or the girl next door he always learned the hard way that it's good to be the best you can but be yourself while you're doing it. Harold was also an amazing stunt man. He climbed sky-scrapers, hung from clocks and jumped from moving vehicles all without a thumb and forefinger on his right hand.

Movies: Safety Last, The Kid Brother, Girl Shy, Grandma's Boy, Hot Water,
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Nothing like a rainbow over some surreal landscape to cheer you up after a cloudy day. :)
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BAM, My Yoü And I video fanart paintinnnngggg,
(Acryl on canvas)
I love that video so much!! :love:
She's so beautiful with black, grey, blonde, brown and teal hair ! :heart:.:heart:

On the painting;
~ (top) left; Jo Calderone
~ (under) left; Lady Gaga (behind the piano scene)
~ middle; Yüyi the mermaid tail
~ right; Lady Gaga on the road from NY to Nebraska scene.

İPhoto references; used from the-fame.org

Hope you like it ! :w00t:
:tighthug:
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Just a quick drawing really, drawn in a typical black pen.
I am currently reading a game of thrones (highly recommend) and it has sparked my interest in dragons recently!
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I decided to do a weeks worth of 1 night sketches. This is my first attempt; meet "Mr. Quackers"
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prismacolor markers :heart:
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