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COMMISSIONS ARE OPEN! NEED XMAS CASH! LOL
Ahem, anyway, I have one thing in common with barney stinson, that being, NEWER IS BETTER!!! New art is good, old art is bad. You might be like " well what about"- shut up. It's bad.
Sistine Chapel? Eye sore.
Michelangelo's David? Hello?? Can someone say STRING BEAN?! I'm actually starting a petition to get ole Davey taken out and a statue of Chris Hemsworth in.
STUFF IN MY CURRENT GALLERY IS TOO OLD, OK GUY?!
And if all those were jokes then the serious bit is the bit that pertains to my art. Don't tell me you like my old stuff. I will roll you up in a carpet and then roll you up in another carpet until your inside so many carpets that you don't even know WHAT the hell is going on. Ok?
Anyway what I'm getting at is: this is old. Which goes against my rule, but I still like it so here ya go!
I think It was actually one of the first pieces of Faye I ever did and, yeah, Ok the perspective is pretty wonky and it's kinda messy, but- c'mon, let the dream live, yeah? Also if your gonna ask where the hell she could be going dressed like that, I don't know. I just don't goddamn know.
Can I get real for a sec? Can someone call the red cross on this holiday season because it's a total freaking disaster. Why in god's name would you buy a ps4 or Xbone? There's nothing out for them and more than that, there's nothing worth a damn PLANNED for them? Thief? Comes out on ps3. Darksouls 2 ? Ps3. Face it people, we've hit the graphics ceiling. To make games look any better would take manzillions of dollars. And even then, it would just be call of duty's.
Thank god for the new Hobbit movie or else I'd just wrap myself up in a carpet and die.
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Haha, whenever you release a Faye piece, I feel like the initial conversation between you and Kane went something like, "You want me to draw WHAT?!? No! I don't to trans... how much? Alright, but I'm filling the descriptions with gibberish so my fans don't ask too many questions."