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Hannah's Recreation by TheObliviousOwl Hannah's Recreation :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 268 30 Magical Knight Challenge by TheObliviousOwl Magical Knight Challenge :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 219 36 Process: Lone Flower and Seed by TheObliviousOwl Process: Lone Flower and Seed :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 148 18 Caitria (Commission) by TheObliviousOwl Caitria (Commission) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 208 39 Emion: Sato (Art Trade) by TheObliviousOwl Emion: Sato (Art Trade) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 482 97 Sailor Moon (Art Trade) by TheObliviousOwl Sailor Moon (Art Trade) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 380 55 Neferpitou Redesign: Hunter X Hunter by TheObliviousOwl Neferpitou Redesign: Hunter X Hunter :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 122 68 Bear Krom (Commission) by TheObliviousOwl Bear Krom (Commission) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 196 40 Feral Krom (Commission) by TheObliviousOwl Feral Krom (Commission) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 185 37 Nightcall by TheObliviousOwl Nightcall :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 293 68 Irri 2017 (Art Trade) by TheObliviousOwl Irri 2017 (Art Trade) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 395 65 Draw it Again: Irri (Art Trade) by TheObliviousOwl Draw it Again: Irri (Art Trade) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 228 42 Photostudy #6 by TheObliviousOwl Photostudy #6 :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 248 25 Lone Flower and Seed by TheObliviousOwl Lone Flower and Seed :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 385 117 Constricted by TheObliviousOwl Constricted :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 283 53 ASCENSION: Ch2 (Cover) by TheObliviousOwl ASCENSION: Ch2 (Cover) :icontheobliviousowl:TheObliviousOwl 100 30

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Art of Irri and Hannah by MartinZombie Art of Irri and Hannah :iconmartinzombie:MartinZombie 5 11 Happy Birthday Tommy! 2017 by oshRED Happy Birthday Tommy! 2017 :iconoshred:oshRED 208 29 War by fengua-zhong War :iconfengua-zhong:fengua-zhong 725 19 Hamaliel, Angel of Virgo by PeteMohrbacher Hamaliel, Angel of Virgo :iconpetemohrbacher:PeteMohrbacher 3,552 40 Fa Mulan by mioree-art Fa Mulan :iconmioree-art:mioree-art 2,798 44 .. by hoooook .. :iconhoooook:hoooook 911 26 SteamilK by ZeenChin
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SteamilK :iconzeenchin:ZeenChin 1,129 46
L5R - Shiba Tsukune by muju L5R - Shiba Tsukune :iconmuju:muju 3,090 75 NEXUS 9 by pascalblanche
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Planet X by KilartDev Planet X :iconkilartdev:KilartDev 1,954 33 Wind by fengua-zhong Wind :iconfengua-zhong:fengua-zhong 798 14 Journey to the West by fengua-zhong Journey to the West :iconfengua-zhong:fengua-zhong 401 9 Journey to the West by fengua-zhong Journey to the West :iconfengua-zhong:fengua-zhong 392 10 Rabies by apterus Rabies :iconapterus:apterus 1,353 46 Necromancer: Regular. by JohnSilva Necromancer: Regular. :iconjohnsilva:JohnSilva 315 4 Progressing direction by wataboku Progressing direction :iconwataboku:wataboku 485 6

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Tommy Lee
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
South Korea
I enjoy stories and visual art, and get particularly excited when the two come together. Hobbies include, movies, novels, and comic books.

email - htommy915@gmail.com

I currently do not take requests. Art trades are only for friends.
For commissions, pm me or send me an email.

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I have to say, it’s weird to be home after a few months away. I told myself the last time I was here that I’d etch the sweet memory of my home between the crevices and wrinkles of my brain, so I’d never forget it. But on the day I returned I had to awkwardly ask my mother where I kept my own underwear. It’s a struggle.

 

Point is though, I’m back and I get to say something to all of you guys who hopefully have not forgotten me. Though I wouldn’t blame you if you did. 3 months is a long time. Enough time to forget where your underwear is and certainly enough time to forget that one dude on Deviantart, who was unimaginably charming and handsome. (hurhurhur.) But to those who happened to be wondering, I’m doing fine. In fact, I’m doing very well.

 

Life in the military gets familiar real quick. My daily routine is predetermined, so days are predictable, meaning they’re stress-free. I know that I will be getting up at 06:30am every morning. I know that lunch is at 12:30, dinner at 17:30, and I know when my daily 3 hours of guard duty will be scheduled a week ahead of time. In the military all of my choices have been made for me, and the only span of time when I can freely operate is from 18:00 to 20:30. Within those open 2 hours and 30 minutes, the ways in which I can spend my time are limited to the following. I can either watch TV, but oh wait, one of the senior soldiers is using it (hierarchy is a very deeply embedded concept here in the army). I could use the computer rooms but there are never any seats available. I could karaoke it up, but my vocal chords have the melodic grace of my large intestine after taco night. So all I’m really left with is counting the seconds go by, or drawing. Against all expectations, military life has actually been artistically productive. Who wudda thunk?

 

Though there have been some significant changes too. I’ve gone up a rank, and now have junior soldiers below me. One of them is interested in art, so I’ve taken him under my wing and we draw together. Basically, I have a drawing buddy and it’s awesome. 

 

One of the many things that have been frustrating me about life in the outside world are the innumerable temptations. After my quiet, almost zen-like existence in uniform, the distractions of the outside world are harder to ignore, and it’s nearly impossible to be productive. Every moment I happen to be doing nothing, I am filled with an almost unbearable urge to either pick up my phone, or turn on the computer. In the military doing nothing and losing yourself in thought was the norm. Here, I am enslaved to anything shiny and distracting, and it’s fun, only for a while. To break it down better, here’s a simple comparison. Here at home, while I take a shit, I look at pictures of kittens on the internet to distract me from the odor assaulting my nostrils. In the military I put every bit of focus and energy into the act of taking a shit, and I can feel the shit pass through my system, peek out of my asshole, take a deep breath and divebomb into the toilet below it. I think there’s a useful message in there about focus and art, but you’re going to have to dig deep to find it.

 

How have you guys been?

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I have to say, it’s weird to be home after a few months away. I told myself the last time I was here that I’d etch the sweet memory of my home between the crevices and wrinkles of my brain, so I’d never forget it. But on the day I returned I had to awkwardly ask my mother where I kept my own underwear. It’s a struggle.

 

Point is though, I’m back and I get to say something to all of you guys who hopefully have not forgotten me. Though I wouldn’t blame you if you did. 3 months is a long time. Enough time to forget where your underwear is and certainly enough time to forget that one dude on Deviantart, who was unimaginably charming and handsome. (hurhurhur.) But to those who happened to be wondering, I’m doing fine. In fact, I’m doing very well.

 

Life in the military gets familiar real quick. My daily routine is predetermined, so days are predictable, meaning they’re stress-free. I know that I will be getting up at 06:30am every morning. I know that lunch is at 12:30, dinner at 17:30, and I know when my daily 3 hours of guard duty will be scheduled a week ahead of time. In the military all of my choices have been made for me, and the only span of time when I can freely operate is from 18:00 to 20:30. Within those open 2 hours and 30 minutes, the ways in which I can spend my time are limited to the following. I can either watch TV, but oh wait, one of the senior soldiers is using it (hierarchy is a very deeply embedded concept here in the army). I could use the computer rooms but there are never any seats available. I could karaoke it up, but my vocal chords have the melodic grace of my large intestine after taco night. So all I’m really left with is counting the seconds go by, or drawing. Against all expectations, military life has actually been artistically productive. Who wudda thunk?

 

Though there have been some significant changes too. I’ve gone up a rank, and now have junior soldiers below me. One of them is interested in art, so I’ve taken him under my wing and we draw together. Basically, I have a drawing buddy and it’s awesome. 

 

One of the many things that have been frustrating me about life in the outside world are the innumerable temptations. After my quiet, almost zen-like existence in uniform, the distractions of the outside world are harder to ignore, and it’s nearly impossible to be productive. Every moment I happen to be doing nothing, I am filled with an almost unbearable urge to either pick up my phone, or turn on the computer. In the military doing nothing and losing yourself in thought was the norm. Here, I am enslaved to anything shiny and distracting, and it’s fun, only for a while. To break it down better, here’s a simple comparison. Here at home, while I take a shit, I look at pictures of kittens on the internet to distract me from the odor assaulting my nostrils. In the military I put every bit of focus and energy into the act of taking a shit, and I can feel the shit pass through my system, peek out of my asshole, take a deep breath and divebomb into the toilet below it. I think there’s a useful message in there about focus and art, but you’re going to have to dig deep to find it.

 

How have you guys been?

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Light-He-arth Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018
Happy Birthday.
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whitefoxdesigns Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Professional Interface Designer
Happy Birthday! cat face 
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spikethehated1 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018
Happy Birthday, Tommy!😄😄😄🍾🍾🍾🎁🎁🎁🎂🎂🎂
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JoannaKatrzyna Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday!
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TheJessePlug Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday, bruh! Sorry I'm a few hours late... :D (Big Grin) 
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gymnosophist Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Professional Writer
:D :D B-Day! :party: :cake: Hope you have a fun one & that this year will be your best yet... :heart:
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KennyMcCormix Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday! :la:
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BluePhoenixDown Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018
Happy Birthday! :party::cake:
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isaacboom Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday, Tommy Lee!

Cool gallery btw. Uppies 
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