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Life's a beach. Speed painting session.
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The future is uncertain, but we still move on, and look forward for things yet to come.

artwork (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012.
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The end?

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Alex Spectre (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2013.
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Commissioned artwork for Nick Johnson aka WGBro of his alter-ego Downburst.

Downburst (C) Nick Johnson
Artwork (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012.
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Day 30 Challenge (finale): Something youd like to share with your followers or friends.

I'm tired of hiding behind masks. I'm tired of being in fear all the time.

Nobody should be discriminated or judged because of their sexuality. Nobody should be judged at all in the first place. If one should be judged, it would be the deeds of their actions, the work and support they contribute to society and the legacy they leave behind for future generations that could benefit from it.

So judge me as an artist, on my talent, on my profession, and the work I do. Not because of my sexuality.

Thank you, to all my friends, followers, fans, people who love my work and what I do. You are my reason to continue what Im doing till now. Love you all and please love one another.

Daryl Toh Liem Zhan
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Rest in peace...

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Alex Spectre (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012.
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Commissioned artwork for Peta Fenton aka Jinonnichan

Bobby and Bweha the Jackal (C) Peta Fenton
Artwork (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012.
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End of a terrible evening...

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Alex Spectre (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012.
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Illustration done for my portfolio project assignment.

'The Robot Boys' (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2012. All Rights Reserved.
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Nukekubi, meaning Detachable Neck, also written in Japanese Hiragana characters as "ぬけくび" or Japanese Katakana characters as "ヌケクビ" (But still read as "Nukekubi") are monsters found in Japanese folklore. By day, nukekubi appear to be normal human beings. By night, however, their heads detach at the neck smoothly from their bodies and fly about independently in search of human prey. These heads attack by screaming (to increase their victims' fright), then closing in and biting.

While the head is detached, the body of a nukekubi becomes inanimate. In some legends, this serves as one of the creature's few weaknesses; if a nukekubi's head cannot locate and reattach to its body by sunrise, the creature dies. Legends often tell of would-be victims foiling the creatures by destroying or hiding their bodies while the heads are elsewhere.

In Mike Mignola's Hellboy, nukekubi were featured in the all time popular short story, "Heads".
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