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americas in deep psyco state
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Replica painting of the graffiti:

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KEEP YOUR COINS I JUST WANT CHANGE!
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I hear so many people talk about how they support this idiot or that idiot because they come off as a 'good leader'. Get this straight American people: you don't elect leaders, you elect representatives...
You must make an effort to -lead them- to run the government as you would have them run it. You hold them accountable, you ask questions, you voice concerns. THAT is a democracy - it takes effort. Do anything less, and you will get fleeced...
(The word 'Sheeple' coined by Chuck of PE.)
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A small tribute to my favourite artist - H. R. Giger.

Ink & pen, couple of weeks to complete...
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little something i did today. ill probably do more. i am using the candidates to practice likeness's. haven't touched on Hillary yet. just Mccain and Obama. i am saving Hillary for when i'am in a bad mood.
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"America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves."

~ Abraham Lincoln
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Freedom, bitches.

Too much anti-American stuff on DA. Time to shake things up. :la:

This was a commission of sorts, a tattoo design done pro bono for a retired U.S. marine and a fan of [link] .

I attempted to keep this similar in style to the traditional 1800s paintings such as this: [link] . The title came to me during my trip earlier this year to Washington, D.C., while reading the Gettysburg address at the Lincoln Memorial (what an amazing place, by the way... must see!).

Colored pencils and acrylic on Bristol, 11x14".
Details: [link]

PLEASE ONLY COMMENT ON THE ART. I HAVE NO INTEREST IN READING ABOUT HOW TINY MY BRAIN IS.
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little something i did today. ill probably do more. i am using the candidates to practice likeness's. haven't touched on Hillary yet. just Mccain and Obama. i am saving Hillary for when i'am in a bad mood.

Obama's a funny one to draw. i made his chin too big, ill et it right in the next version
go Obama
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This piece I did back in 2003. This was the first large scale manuscript I had attempted, breaking from the normal 12x9 or 8.5x11 papers I was using. These two Psalms in particular are often used by priests prior to the service. Each for me, when I made this piece, evocted my own spiritual longing. The musical notation, reminiscent of traditional monastic chant, is from the Anglican Psalter. The seal at the top is the official shield of the Episcopal Church USA and the crest at the bottom is the Coat of Arms for the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta.

Materials used:
Vellum paper
India inks for main text
Waterproof inks and metali inks for illuminations, etc.

Size: 26.5 x 23 in.
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I thought I'd try something different with this sketch, but the original is coming along fine it'll be a lot more ballanced than this hopefully.
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This is an early piece I did many years back. My main purpose for this piece was to explore the illumination of the "O" as the initial. This design had popped into my head and I needed to get it down onto paper.

Materials used:
Vellum paper
India Inks
Metalic Inks

Size: 12 x 9 in.
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