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Self Portrait
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This is something I did for school... we had to do the corner of a street, at night. I guess it didn't turn out all that bad (otherwise I wouldn't have put it here ;) ). I wanted to give a sort of foggy look, I think it looks okay. :shrug:
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Rediculasly late winter pic.

Im whipping up a portfolio right now, so i thought i would throw something recent in it.

enjoy.
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This was taken on my college campus. I often walk to my classes in a daze, because the trees cause such a beautiful effect, as if they were piercing the light, causing individual beams to shine down on the grass, always so green and luxuriant. It really is a wonderful sight, full of life and peace.
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this is kabuki...in a scene from Circle of Blood by David Mack. tho i drew this, it came from an original drawing from the master David Mack, who created the excellent title "Kabuki" he was just so happy to see that i drew some of his works great guy to talk with!
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Kabuki Graphic Novels by David Mack.
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Photo taken in Japan at a holy shrine May 2004
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Mixed Media
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Giant iSopod
Other Names: None
Scientific Name: Bathynomus giganteus musicus
Size Range: About 12 - 16 inches
Habitat: World wide
Depth Range: Over 2000 feet

The giant iSopod is the largest known member of the iSopod family. It is a carnivorous crustacean that spends its time scavenging the deep ocean floor and listening to music. Music is extremely scarce at these great depths, so the isopod has adapted to listen what ever happens to fall to the ocean floor from above. It will also feed on some of the small invertebrates that live at these depths. Giant isopods are known to reach a size of over 16 inches in length and are one of the largest members of the muso scene. These animals are very prehistoric in appearance. When rocking to bitchin tunes, the can roll themselves into a tight ball where they are protected by their strong, armor-plated shells and breakdance. They have complex mouths that contain many components that work together to pierce, shred, and disembowel live or dead prey. Giant iSopods are all over the world at depths of over 2000 feet.
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:roll: this is the oldest pic im resubmitting...

alltho its 4 months "old" i am so damn proud of how this turned out. its my first non-chocobo & non-male fanart?! i seriously do not like Yuna but i just had a burst of inspiration after i beat FFX-2. lol. i finished that within 2 days of getting it. ive beaten it 2 times over and i STILL havnt gotten 100% game completion? i have 99.3% done. i cant believe it.....

RAWR! oh and enjoy.

sig: 1-1-04
time: er. i think around 3hrs
music: FFX-2 original soundtrack
tools: Uniball pens, Crayola colour pencils, Sharpie, No.2 mechanical pencil, cardstock

imageİ ME
Yunaİ Tetsuya Nomura (Square Enix)
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