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Albino City by LJ-Phillips Albino City by LJ-Phillips
WIP of an upcoming Goud cover. Due to its large Smoke population, the Krag is often referred to as the Albino City. The green-eyed Smoke here features in the next chapter of Goud. 

Albino City © and ™ LJ Phillips. All artwork, concepts and related characters are copyright and trademarks of LJ Phillips. Any unauthorized use of the characters. concepts or artwork here will result in legal action
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Varagka Featured By Owner 3 hours ago  Professional Digital Artist
Stunning work!
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wellmore Featured By Owner May 28, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow I love itLa la la la I can't wait to see this character in action. My mind is already trying to figure out who this character is. Lol. I wont go into my theory this time your probably sick of them by now. But man this character looks so amazing. 

So much in fact my friend took one look at him and screamed that she wanted me to color her hair just like his. Her hair is jet black so... this is going to be interesting.
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LJ-Phillips Featured By Owner May 28, 2018  Professional
Happy that you like it :) 

I can't wait to see this character in action. My mind is already trying to figure out who this character is. Lol. I wont go into my theory this time your probably sick of them by now.

We'll see him in the next chapter. Goud is all about secrets, disguises and double-lives. This character's true identity will probably come as a surprise ;) I enjoy your theories.

So much in fact my friend took one look at him and screamed that she wanted me to color her hair just like his. Her hair is jet black so... this is going to be interesting.

That is awesome! Give your friend my best and good luck with the coloring if she decides to go through with it. If she does, please feel free to share the photos. The character's first name is Robin btw. I can't go into the last because that would give everything away. 
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LJ-Phillips Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2018  Professional
That's a fascinating theory and of course, cults always make things more interesting. To quote Rabbit, you can't have "occult" without "cult." Yeah, it doesn't make much sense but he loves saying that anyway. 

You definitely correct about Robin's gift for manipulation. He does manage to be in the right place at the right time. 

Thank you I'll share pics if it goes well I'm really nervous though with hair as black as her's I'll have to use bleach. I'm supper nervous. 

 It's difficult bleaching dark hair, especially if it has red undertones. 

When I was in beauty school I tried to get my hair blond and I fried it off.

I feel for you. I tried to bleach my crewcut back when I was 19 and ended up with a blistered scalp and orange hair. Did your hair make a full recovery?

I know things now that will save her hair but stillSweat Emoticon Something we both thought was fun the hair color I at my job that is most similar to that is called Smoke.

That's awesome. You've made my day :) Making this a featured comment. 
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wellmore Featured By Owner Edited Jun 3, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's a fascinating theory and of course, cults always make things more interesting. To quote Rabbit, you can't have "occult" without "cult." Yeah, it doesn't make much sense but he loves saying that anyway.

Oh Rabbit I love your since of humor:D (Big Grin) And you're right about cults making everything more interesting they always make the best stories. My favorite one would have to be Backwater Gospel which is a short horror film on YouTube which probably as the most horrific and powerful message about why people should never blindly follow religion I've ever seen.

I feel for you. I tried to bleach my crewcut back when I was 19 and ended up with a blistered scalp and orange hair. 


Ow, I'm sorry that. It's crazy in school my instructor even told me that if your not careful you can burn a permanent bold spot or make the person's scalp bleed. It truly is crazy what all goes into doing hair. It's crazy I've been a hairdresser for 3 years and I'm still studying the ends and outs of it. 

Did your hair make a full recovery?

Unfortunately no. I had hair down to my waist and it was so damaged my hair felt like wet spaghetti and fell out in clumps. So I actually got one of the guys studying to be a barber to shave my head. I actually wound up loving it and kept it that way for awhile. I'm trying to grow my hair out now though and my friends have to talk me down from taking my clippers and buzzing it all off every day now.

That's awesome. You've made my day :) (Smile) Making this a featured comment. 

Thank you:) (Smile) 
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LJ-Phillips Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2018  Professional
My favorite one would have to be Backwater Gospel which is a short horror film on YouTube which probably as the most horrific and powerful message about why people should never blindly follow religion I've ever seen.

You have superb taste - that is a brilliant film. I've never chatted to anyone else who's actually watched it. My husband, having grown up in a religious family, could really relate to it. 

It's crazy I've been a hairdresser for 3 years and I'm still studying the ends and outs of it. 

Hairdressing is an art form and I imagine that working with organic matter such as scalps and hair makes it challenging. 

I actually wound up loving it and kept it that way for awhile. I'm trying to grow my hair out now though and my friends have to talk me down from taking my clippers and buzzing it all off every day now.

Buzzed hair is great. Needs no work, easy to manage but I can understand the appeal of growing your hair again. Are you thinking of a short style or something longer?


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wellmore Featured By Owner Edited Jul 1, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You have superb taste - that is a brilliant film. I've never chatted to anyone else who's actually watched it.

It truly is brilliant. I love that the message is straight forward yet still layered with enough symbolism that it makes you think. 

My husband, having grown up in a religious family, could really relate to it. 

If his family was anything like the people from Backwater. I am so sorry.

Buzzed hair is great. Needs no work, easy to manage but I can understand the appeal of growing your hair again. Are you thinking of a short style or something longer?

So far it's almost to my shoulders. I'm wanting it a little longer, though. I'm kind of considering a Mohawk I figure that way I could find a happy medium between my former buzz and my long hair. 
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