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Tinala - Frostfire by Id-Yiddeli, visual art

Artist // Hobbyist
Badges
Llama: Llamas are awesome! (5)

Favourite Movies
The Secret of Kells
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Lily Allen, but it changes every couple weeks
Favourite Writers
Douglas Adams
Favourite Games
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Sam and Max, Grim Fandango, Freespace 2. FFVII for nostalgia
Favourite Gaming Platform
The SNES and the PSX had brillant games. I play all three new systems equally.
Tools of the Trade
Pencils, pens, Photoshop, generic water colours for my comic
Other Interests
Videogames, cartoons, comics, science fiction, women

No Man's Land

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"Well how do you do young Willie McBride? Do you mind if I sit here down by your graveside And rest for a while in the warm summer sun? I've been walking all day and I'm nearly done "And I see by your gravestone you were only nineteen When you joined the great fallen in nineteen-sixteen Well, I hope you died quick, and I hope you died clean Or Willie McBride, was if slow and obscene? "Did they beat the drum slowly? Did they play the fife lowly? Did they sound the death march as they lowered you down? Did the band play the Last Post and Chorus? Did the pipes play the Flowers of the Forest? "And did you leave a wife or sweetheart b
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and thanks for adding Three Naked Girls In Bed With Santa to your favourites as well!

:)
Thanks for that smorgasbord of +favs!
thanks for the fav
thanks for adding Line 4, Paris Metro to your favourites.

'tis appreciated!

ps
I've adored the Eric Bogle song since i first heard eric sing it (yes, I'm old) .. interestingly, I've also heard it sung in Ireland, where the reference to '1916' gave the singer cause to assume the song was actually about the Easter Rebellion, not World War One. Still, he sang it with the passion the song demands ..
It really is a haunting song. Being as I only first heard it when I heard the Murphys' version I feel kinda like a pretender, but it still gives me chills when I listen to any version.

Also: you're welcome :P. Great set of photos.
Hey, you.

Update Voices.
Make me. I don't wanna. My dog ate it.

Actually, I do have an idea I want to do but it's more of an artistic one than any sort of Voices-style strip.

Is this Shorty?