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Ryu-Gi

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Eternal Legion Spring Break 2017 by Ryu-Gi, visual art

Deviation Spotlight

Desktop 3/7/2016 by Ryu-Gi, visual art

Artist // Student // Digital Art
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My Bio

Multi-Talented Aspiring Game Developer. High-Functioning Autistic. Politically Centrist/Moderate. All statements are my own and not necessarily shared by past/current/future employers.


Favourite Movies
Ready Player One, The Scorpion King, Lifeforce
Favourite TV Shows
Supernatural, Arrowverse
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
The Midnight, Scandroid, Lindsey Stirling
Favourite Games
Zelda, Fortnite, Soul Calibur, Tomb Raider, Garry's Mod, Resident Evil
Favourite Gaming Platform
Steam, Nintendo
Tools of the Trade
Pencil, Paper, Photoshop, Maya, Garry's Mod
Other Interests
Video Games, Ancient Architecture, Martial Arts, Mushrooms
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#CancelCulture came up on Twitter again recently and I felt like giving my two cents. If someone made mistakes, but legit wants to apologize and be better, then I believe they should be FORGIVEN. "Cancelling" someone should ONLY be used if they continue making the same terrible choices, insist that they did nothing wrong, and refuse to be better. While 'canceling' someone can be helpful in certain situations, (like with our former president Trump, for example,) immediately jumping on canceling someone based off a single impression, in my opinion, is just jumping on the bandwagon and is NOT helpful to society. If someone did terrible shit in the past, but has proven to regret the things they did/said back then and has done plenty of good stuff since then they should be forgiven. Keep in mind, FORGIVING SOMEONE DOES NOT HAVE TO CONDONE WHAT THEY DID, it simply means giving them a chance to redeem themselves. The problem is that too often, 'Cancel Culture' kind of has an itchy trigger
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Hey everyone. I don't really spend as much time on DeviantArt as I used to, but today is a special occasion. Longtime watchers who have been following me since the beginning of my time here might remember that back in the mid-to-late 2000's I was obsessed with a certain Zelda Fan Film called "Legend of Link" that was originally uploaded to Google Video in 2005. Apart from re-uploading the movie to YouTube where it gained a wider cult following, I was even able to get in contact with the creators of the film and even served as a moderator on their forums for awhile! The director, Danny Sammons Jr. eventually reuploaded the entire movie in parts to his own YouTube Channel. However, over time, YouTube struck down several parts due to their use of copyrighted music. Sammons has been radio silent for years regarding the possibility of reuploading those parts, so it seemed like they might be wiped forever. I've had people asking me themselves if I had it, but sadly, I couldn't find
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I ah...I don't like it. ...where is my Twitter Feed? I liked that feature.
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You really have a wonderful Soul Calibur iv Ivy. Please consider uploading more of her! Thanks.

happy birthday 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! :airborne:
Happy birthday, man! :)
Happy Birthday. :D :cake:
Happy Birthday! :cake:
Wanted to wish you a happy birthday!