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You chose a very good color for the glass, and I like how it looks. The effect is very good. You also did quite well on the aircraft. H...

Good job on the drawing. A few tips would be to get a little more shading around the legs and muscle regions since some parts of her fe...

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And I decided to try doing critique. I've never done that with art before. I think you did a very good job on this piece. One thing tha...

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I'm a twenty-something Montana country girl. I'm an aspiring Christian artist and author. Right now, the author thing is closer to being realized. I appreciate critique on my writing.
Almost every picture I draw has a story behind it and pretty much every creature I draw is one of my characters.
I give llamas for faves.

Even though I draw quite a few wolves, and other predators, I come from a family who hunts both for food and to protect our livestock. I strongly support hunting animals, even wolves, to control the population and reduce livestock predation.

If you like my art and want to share it, you don't need to ask as long as you link back to my art and you're not trying to be mean, like sharing my art as an example of "look how bad this person is."
If you want to use my stuff as a reference, that's okay too, I just ask that if you heavily reference, give credit/link back to me. (And there are better references than my art, since my anatomy is pretty bad.)

Right to Life by Rebel-Rider Stamp-I'd Rather Be Hated by Jazzy-C-Oaks Jesus is my savior stamp by nekooYuui-cHan Proud Omnivore by Dancerwind Wolf Hunting by alaska-is-a-husky My Views by Starlow-FTW It IS A Sin - Stamp by Starrceline Woman Against Abortion - Stamp by Starrceline Clone Trooper- New Red Shirt by NatefanA98 I Still Love Redwall by RuluuPostage Super-Strike-10-fan-(New-Style) by AlexVanArsdale Hi Ho, Hyperdrive! Stamp by chill13 Spanish language level RANDOM WORDS by TheFlagandAnthemGuy

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No Swearing by John-AM
I thought I'd post this here first, before I decided if I'd put it on social media or not.

The football players taking a knee got me thinking about this verse:

Romans 14:21 It is good not to eat meat or to drink wine, or to do anything by which your brother stumbles.

Most of the time, I see this verse used to say women should wear modest clothing or you shouldn’t drink in public. While those examples aren’t bad applications of the verse, I thought of another application, one that some Christians ignore. Those are the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem.
I myself, and many of my friends, believe saying the Pledge is a form of bowing to an idol. (Thoughts vary on the Anthem, but the rage I’ve seen makes me think it IS an idol.) Even if it isn’t, I won’t show support of a country that spreads evils like abortion, wars, and terrorism. I’m not the only one. There are a lot of us, and most of us try to avoid being noticed. It’s highly likely some of your friends(other than me) hold similar views.
The trouble is, Christians often attack those who aren’t “properly” showing respect for the country/flag, as displayed when players knelt during the Anthem. While I am not a supporter of BLM, the attacks against the kneelers that I saw on social media hit me close to home because I could see my friends (and myself) just as easily being attacked for our beliefs. I see those who don’t stand or say the Pledge being told to leave the country, that they’re traitors, they should be fired, or worse, all because we believe it is morally wrong for us to say the Pledge, or in some cases, stand with a hand over our hearts for the Anthem.
In the verse above, we are commanded not to do anything which causes our brother to stumble. Even if you have no qualms about saying the Pledge or standing, don’t say hurtful things about those who believe differently.  Bullying someone to stand or say the Pledge when they believe it is morally wrong is a huge way to put a stumbling block in the way of a fellow brother or sister in Christ.
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  • Eating: Corn


This Veteran's day, I see a lot of people thanking veterans for fighting for our freedom. 
My late grandfather was a Korean war vet. It's nothing short of a miracle that he survived the war. (He was a Marine.) One of the things I remember him saying multiple times was he never fought for America's freedom. (He fought for South Korea's freedom.) He always said that when he came back to the states, we had less freedom than before he left.
So in honor of my grandfather, who is no longer around to tell you, I feel like I should say that not all our vets fought for our freedom. 
Every time I draw Savora, I seem to change her stripe pattern. Whoops.
Now I need a cover for Hand of Steel. I thought the issue would be finding a cover designer, but it seems that the bigger issue is likely figuring out what I want on the cover. Looking at the other YA sci-fi covers, I am suspicious that the big publishers don't even know what they're doing since most of the covers seem to be pretty bla. 
:iconjedi-cowgirl: just did this awesome piece for me. 
P.S. I believe she's taking commissions. 
Inktoberday 14 by Jedi-Cowgirl


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Loki-Icon Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks 4 the Llama Most Kind Have one back :ahoy:
Rebel-Rider Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2018   General Artist
Loki-Icon Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your Welcome :hug:
DarlingWrites Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2018  Professional Writer
Welcome to the group! :la:
Rebel-Rider Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2018   General Artist
You're welcome.
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