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depthRADIUS is named after the deviantART community that it reflects and represents. Built in service of the largest and most influential community of culture creators and culture responders in the world, this on-line journal explores the depths of the arts world from fine art to the most eminently accessible community arts projects. depthRADIUS endeavors to connect artists and art enthusiasts with other artists and art appreciators from all levels of the arts community, from its most successful stars and innovators to beginners just learning their crafts. The “radius” of this journalistic conversation will extend in its boundaries into arts advocacy, cultural relevancy, education and appreciation.

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You owe reality nothing and the truth about your feelings everything. — Richard Hugo 

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Epiousios

Art

the artist acts like a mediumistic being who, from the labyrinth beyond time and space, seeks his way out to a clearing.

-Marcel Duchamp

Burns Brighter

I want a trouble-maker for a lover,
Blood spiller, blood drinker, a heart of flame,
Who quarrels with the sky and fights with fate,
Who burns like fire on the rushing sea.

From Rumi’s Kolliyaat-e Shams-e Tabrizi

True

Among those whom I like or admire, I can find no common denominator, but among those whom I love, I can: all of them make me laugh.
--W. H. Auden

Do You Realize? by The Flaming Lips -- Lyrics

Do You Realize - that you have the most beautiful face
Do You Realize - we're floating in space
Do You Realize - that happiness makes you cry
Do You Realize - that everyone you know someday will die

And instead of saying all of your goodbyes - let them know
You realize that life goes fast
It's hard to make the good things last
You realize the sun doesn't go down
It's just an illusion caused by the world spinning round

Do You Realize - that you have the most beautiful face

By The Way...

The best things in life are not things.

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Collection: Snowed In

Tue Nov 25, 2014, 6:33 PM
Honeymoon Cottage by nami64







Snowed In


There is no more stark dichotomy than the conflicting feelings we have about the wintertime. Many find the snow–blanketed landscape makes winter the most serenely beautiful of the seasons. But people die of exposure in the cold. The idea of being “snowed in” evokes thoughts of fireplaces and hot chocolate and snuggling under piles of blankets, of family reunions and gift–giving, and taking an annual “time–out.”


But it also means lost work hours and school days and danger should someone need to go to the hospital through white–out conditions on ice–glazed roads. Winter is the most beautiful but also the most dangerous season of the year. But for now… let’s just imagine that gigantic cup of hot chocolate we’ll soon be sipping by the fireplace, as we await our favorite snuggle–mate’s knock at the door…









Collection: Snowed In
There is no more stark dichotomy than the conflicting feelings we have about the wintertime. Many find the snow–blanketed landscape makes winter the most serenely beautiful of the seasons. But people die of exposure in the cold. The idea of being “snowed in” evokes thoughts of fireplaces and hot chocolate and snuggling under piles of blankets, of family reunions and gift–giving, and taking an annual “time–out.” But it also means lost work hours and school days and danger should someone need to go to the hospital through white–out conditions on ice–glazed roads. Winter is the most beautiful but also the most dangerous season of the year. But for now… let’s just imagine that gigantic cup of hot chocolate we’ll soon be sipping by the fireplace, as we await our favorite snuggle–mate’s knock at the door…
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Marriage Proposal on a Spaceship

Tue Nov 25, 2014, 6:22 PM
[Vivere] The Wedding Panel by LauraBevon











What if you could propose to your lover while exploring the universe in a spaceship?








One Reddit reader proposed to his girlfriend using a ring–shaped ship inside the indie starship video game, FTL: Faster Than Light. We love imagining what the future will look like and how we will tell stories in this new world. So I was captivated by this digital love story.


The dedicated gamer built an entire patch for the video game, making the proposal part of his girlfriend’s gaming experience. His heartwarming proposal illustrates how true love can be exactly like an interstellar space battle.


His girlfriend opened the game and discovered a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure style set of options.



You boarded my heart and went straight for the shields. And then the life–support. And then the weapons. And then the shields. Oh wait, I said shields already. Anyway, I love you. Will you marry me?”




The designer built in options for both “yes” and “no,” but this game had a happy ending:



Sorry for the wait. She said yes. And then she went back through and tried all the other options.”



You can see all the images from the video game at this link.










Your Thoughts






  1. How will telling the stories of our relationships evolve as technology becomes an even greater part of our lives?
  2. Our virtual selves are in so many online environments simultaneously while we are doing other things in RL. Will our traditional definitions of relationships have to change or will we just have a lot more classifications of relationships?







Marriage Proposal on a Spaceship
What if you could propose to your lover while exploring the universe in a spaceship?

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Gabo by Quadraro







The Spectre of Magical Realism Comes to TexasGabriel Garcí­a Márquez


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When he died last April at age 87, he had for a half century been a candidate for “world’s greatest living writer.”






Author of short stories and novels, including his masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude, he received the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 1972 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in Literature in 1982. He was a fierce critic of the United States and had a friend in admirer Fidel Castro, with whom he sometimes shared notes on his works-in-progress. He was banned as a “subversive” from entering the U.S. for several decades until President Clinton lifted the travel ban in 1995. But great art always has a way of prevailing over petty politics in the end. It was announced this week that Márquez’s archives of extant manuscripts and other writing-related items will become a part of the prestigious Ransom Center at the University of Texas in Austin. His papers will be in good company with those of James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner.






Márquez was the creator of a literary style that came to be emulated by many other writers throughout Latin America.




It’s called “magic realism,” reflecting the surreal quality of lives lived in the perpetually unstable and volatile nations south of the U.S border. When life so often balances between life and death on the edge of a razor, passions become more intense, fear is a constant companion and life itself takes on a dream quality more palpable than actual reality. This is why “Gabo” is so beloved—for being able to capture this in his tales. His characters’ lives are “realist” narratives of the brutalities they must endure to survive, yet ancestors speak from their graves and moments of magic occur with no indication that they might be supernatural, hallucinated or even odd. For Márquez and his Latin brethren, the surreal running memory in their heads that is their life is as “real” as any documentarian’s or journalist’s “facts.”




Evaluating one’s life in terms of an ever-shifting personal story narrative made up of memories interwoven with dreams and fantasies is something that rubs North Americans the wrong way.  But it is the glorious and most human way to perceive one’s existence in this cruel and disappointing world of serial tragedies, according to fans of Márquez and his magical literary world. Márquez was a writer who painted tantalizing portraits and beautiful if dangerous landscapes with his words – and in a way that many will continue to be inspired by and try to emulate (some quite successfully, like Isabel Allende with her “House of the Spirits”).  But there will forever be only one “Gabo,” the recognized heart and soul of Latin American literature (and dream culture).  Rest assured, his recent death won’t keep him from stopping by for a visit from time to time.











About Artists on Writers


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Writers will always find inspiration in the visions of artists, always feeling compelled to tell the stories behind the moments captured in artists’ unforgettable images,




Just as,




Artists will always find inspiration in the words of writers, always feeling compelled to lend visual reality and habitat to the characters described in the scribe’s haunting words.















A Quote From Gabriel Garcia Márquez


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“What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.”
— Gabriel Garcia Márquez









Gabriel Garcia Márquez Inspired Artwork













Quotes from Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez


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“No medicine cures what happiness cannot.”








“What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.”













Love in the Time of Cholera


by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez

Tell him yes. Even if you are dying of fear, even if you are sorry later, because whatever you do, you will be sorry all the rest of your life if you say no.













Questions For the Reader


•••

  1. What is your favorite aspect of the genre of Magical Realism?
  2. What is your favorite Book or Film with Magical Realism as it's main theme?







Research & Curation


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Artists on Writers - No. 4, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Writers will always find inspiration in the visions of artists, always feeling compelled to tell the stories behind the moments captured in artists’ unforgettable images, just as, Artists will always find inspiration in the words of writers, always feeling compelled to lend visual reality and habitat to the characters described in the scribe’s haunting words.
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Pokemon is Forever

Fri Nov 21, 2014, 7:11 PM
Pokemon : Triple Charizards by Sa-Dui










Foreword by techgnotic

Kay (aka damphyr) is DeviantArt’s go-to expert on everything “Pokémon.”  She also occupies the adventurous position of being one of DeviantArt's main enforcers of standards and practices.  We thank her for being a guardian of artistic erotica and especially, for being able to answer every question we get asked about Pokémon and just about anything else for that matter. Supreme Keeper of all pop culture knowledge, Kay must be protected in case of global disaster.










An incongruous collection of people lined the sidewalk outside the local video game retailer just before opening on March 6th, 2011. The first in line were a pair of teenage boys in baggy jeans and band shirts, skateboards tucked under their arms. Next was a 9-year-old boy and his mother, followed by a 20-something female with spiky purple hair, a skull and crossbones on her belt. Then there was a young teenage girl, dressed all in yellow, red circles painted on her cheeks and a stuffed Pikachu tied to the handlebars of her scooter. Then a pair of young twins, a boy and a girl, with their mother, and three preorder tickets between them.  Two college boys waited impatiently while talking too loudly about their strategy for the upcoming game.  There was the 20-something couple, arms tangled about each other, their female friend eyeing the mid-thirties man behind her, who typed a business email on his cellphone.


The line continued to grow…














This is the magic of Pokémon



There is no one demographic, no one type of Pokémon player. The 12-year-old who started playing “Red” and “Blue” is now the nostalgic 30-year-old who still has his original Red and refuses to let his collection fall behind. At the same time, the magic of the world of Pokémon has not been lost on the new generation, as wireless gameplay, charming mini games and tantalizing secrets draw in new players.


Fans around the globe are once again eagerly awaiting the release of the newest Pokémon games, “Alpha Sapphire” and “Omega Ruby.” Nintendo has been gearing up fans for the new releases and encouraging preorders for months, offering players who make the trek to a local gaming store the codes that can be redeemed for rare Pokémon and game items, including the new “Megastones” and the previously unreleased legendary Pokémon Diancie. The promotions appear to have been effective, with over one million copies preordered in Japan alone. Pokémaniacs are clearly eager to return to the Hoenn Region once again.


Eighteen years after the release of Pokémon “Red” and “Green” in Japan, the franchise is still going strong, thanks largely to easy yet addictive gameplay, storytelling and adaptability. While “Alpha Sapphire” and “Omega Ruby” are not, strictly speaking, new games (the original games were titled “Pokémon Ruby” and “Pokémon Sapphire” and were released in 2002 and 2003) these remakes offer players a much more immersive world, with radically different graphics, more monsters to catch, more items to collect, easier social interaction with other Pokémon players, as well as minigames and activities to lose themselves in. Pokémon, like its monsters, continues to evolve, and in so doing, has deftly managed to keep the interest of veteran players and attracted a whole new generation of gamers.













Ever embracing of pop culture, Pokémon is combining the cosplay trend with their most famous monster.


“Alpha Sapphire” and “Omega Ruby” will be the first games to offer the Cosplay Pikachu! This adorable Pikachu is sure to be the star of the returning Talent Show, and will have a variety of outfits. Cosplay Pikachu will acquire special moves based upon which costumes they wear, and, like any truly dedicated cosplayer, will appear in costume even in battle.



GOTTA CATCH 'EM ALL



Pokémon could not have chosen a better slogan to promote their game, as there is no question that the obsessive desire to catch them all is a major drive for many players. Pokémon games are released in paired versions, and some Pokémon are version exclusives, found in one version of the game, but not the other.


Some Pokémon have forms which cannot be found naturally in game and can only be unlocked if they are traded from one player to another.


Some Pokémon have unique appearances which change depending on the season, sometimes the same Pokémon will have a different appearance depending on its gender, while still other Pokémon have a different appearance depending on the region your game originates from.


Some Pokémon will only evolve if the player has raised the friendship of their monster, by traveling with it in their team, or spending time in the Amie mini-game, where players pet their Pokémon and hand-feed them Poke Puff pastries.















Legendary Pokémon



Then there are the legendary Pokémon, which are rare and difficult to find, often version exclusive with only one monster found per game. Some Pokémon are event exclusives, where gamers must bring their 3DS and Pokémon game to a certain real-world location within the correct time frame order to download a special Pokémon. Some Pokémon are distributed via the Wireless feature on the Nintendo 3DS and are offered in celebration of a holiday or special event.  For the hardcore collectors, the game does not end when the credits roll, not even when the Pokedex is complete, and all 719 Pokémon have been recorded. For the truly dedicated, the game is not over until every Pokémon, every color variation, every gender variation, every shiny variation and every special event Pokémon has been acquired.


While Pokémon may be a one-player game, the game play is anything but isolating. Through the wireless connection of the 3DS, players can, at any time, see the icons of their friends and random online passersby, battle or trade with just a few clicks, or even offer a player a stat boost to help them in their game. Voice chat enables friends to connect over long distances, groups of players can trade unhatched eggs, and even those who are offline can still impact those actively playing by offering to trade a Pokémon via the Global Trade Station.


Across the Internet, Pokémon communities have become common, from groups here on DeviantArt, to Reddit and Tumblr and dedicated Pokémon fan sites. Players swap friend codes in order to explore Friend Safaris, where rare Pokémon with boosted stats wait to be found. Trades for Pokémon, both legendary and common are negotiated and breeding extras are given away to help out future breeders. The days of needing a link cable, a wish and a prayer in order to trade are long gone.  It has never been easier to interact and trade with other Pokémon players.
















Even battle is a social event in Pokémon.



Wireless competitions are held regularly, with different rules dictating which Pokémon and which Pokémon teams can be entered. Gaming stores and individual groups often organize in-person Pokémon tournaments so gamers can see how their Pokémon teams stand up against other local trainers. The annual Pokémon World Championship is a televised, narrated global competition where Pokémon awards over $100,000 in scholarships to video gamers and card players. The 2014 tournament featured over 500 players from 30 countries, and the tournament winner, Se Jun Park, won a surprising victory with his Pachirisu, spawning a flurry of art featuring the adorable electric rodent.



Even if you are not inclined to catch them all, Pokémon has worked hard to offer something of interest to every kind of player. Pokémon has a whole host of games, features, minigames, strategies and events beyond those featured in this article.  Whether you are picking out your very first starter or if you are a master with a completed Pokedex, join us in a return to the world of Pokémon!


A new adventure and new evolutions await us all in Hoenn, and it looks like Team Magma and Team Aqua are up to no good once more, so let's go defend the world once more!






This article was edited for space considerations. If you would like to read the full text of Kay’s original extended submission, click here.
















Questions for The Reader


  1. What is your favorite Pokémon?
  2. What attributes of either the Pokemon Universe or Game Play draw you in the most to keep you playing Pokémon games?
  3. If you battle, is this due to a competitive urge, or is it more about the social bonding with your teammates?
  4. Do you have any strong years-ago memories tied to Pokémon?
  5. Can you think of any more improvements or options that would make the Pokémon experience even better?
  6. Someday will you encourage your children to play Pokémon?  Do you think you will be able to explain your passion for this massively time-consuming “hobby?”







Pokemon is Forever
An incongruous collection of people lined the sidewalk outside the local video game retailer just before opening on March 6th, 2011. The first in line were a pair of teenage boys in baggy jeans and band shirts, skateboards tucked under their arms. Next was a 9-year-old boy and his mother, followed by a 20-something female with spiky purple hair, a skull and crossbones on her belt. Then there was a young teenage girl, dressed all in yellow, red circles painted on her cheeks and a stuffed Pikachu tied to the handlebars of her scooter. Then a pair of young twins, a boy and a girl, with their mother, and three preorder tickets between them. Two college boys waited impatiently while talking too loudly about their strategy for the upcoming game. There was the 20-something couple, arms tangled about each other, their female friend eyeing the mid-thirties man behind her, who typed a business email on his cellphone.
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Collection: Telephone

Fri Nov 21, 2014, 6:58 PM
Telephone by techgnotic







Telephone


Technology is advancing so quickly that our next generation may not be able to identify the technical purpose for the archaic devices in this gallery of telephones and phone booths. The radical evolution of no other single piece of essential equipment in life has ever perfectly denoted which century a story is being told about.


In the 20th century we were tethered by a coiled wire to the wall, in a place specially set aside to conduct phone conversations. In the 21st century everything we need to communicate is carried in a small device in our pocket, freeing us to speak or be s gpoken to from anywhere on the planet.









Collection: Telephone
Technology is advancing so quickly that our next generation may not be able to identify the technical purpose for the archaic devices in this gallery of telephones and phone booths. The radical evolution of no other single piece of essential equipment in life has ever perfectly denoted which century a story is being told about. In the 20th century we were tethered by a coiled wire to the wall, in a place specially set aside to conduct phone conversations. In the 21st century everything we need to communicate is carried in a small device in our pocket, freeing us to speak or be spoken to from anywhere on the planet.
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Gabo by Quadraro







The Spectre of Magical Realism Comes to TexasGabriel Garcí­a Márquez


•••




When he died last April at age 87, he had for a half century been a candidate for “world’s greatest living writer.”






Author of short stories and novels, including his masterpiece, One Hundred Years of Solitude, he received the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in 1972 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in Literature in 1982. He was a fierce critic of the United States and had a friend in admirer Fidel Castro, with whom he sometimes shared notes on his works-in-progress. He was banned as a “subversive” from entering the U.S. for several decades until President Clinton lifted the travel ban in 1995. But great art always has a way of prevailing over petty politics in the end. It was announced this week that Márquez’s archives of extant manuscripts and other writing-related items will become a part of the prestigious Ransom Center at the University of Texas in Austin. His papers will be in good company with those of James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner.






Márquez was the creator of a literary style that came to be emulated by many other writers throughout Latin America.




It’s called “magic realism,” reflecting the surreal quality of lives lived in the perpetually unstable and volatile nations south of the U.S border. When life so often balances between life and death on the edge of a razor, passions become more intense, fear is a constant companion and life itself takes on a dream quality more palpable than actual reality. This is why “Gabo” is so beloved—for being able to capture this in his tales. His characters’ lives are “realist” narratives of the brutalities they must endure to survive, yet ancestors speak from their graves and moments of magic occur with no indication that they might be supernatural, hallucinated or even odd. For Márquez and his Latin brethren, the surreal running memory in their heads that is their life is as “real” as any documentarian’s or journalist’s “facts.”




Evaluating one’s life in terms of an ever-shifting personal story narrative made up of memories interwoven with dreams and fantasies is something that rubs North Americans the wrong way.  But it is the glorious and most human way to perceive one’s existence in this cruel and disappointing world of serial tragedies, according to fans of Márquez and his magical literary world. Márquez was a writer who painted tantalizing portraits and beautiful if dangerous landscapes with his words – and in a way that many will continue to be inspired by and try to emulate (some quite successfully, like Isabel Allende with her “House of the Spirits”).  But there will forever be only one “Gabo,” the recognized heart and soul of Latin American literature (and dream culture).  Rest assured, his recent death won’t keep him from stopping by for a visit from time to time.











About Artists on Writers


•••



Writers will always find inspiration in the visions of artists, always feeling compelled to tell the stories behind the moments captured in artists’ unforgettable images,




Just as,




Artists will always find inspiration in the words of writers, always feeling compelled to lend visual reality and habitat to the characters described in the scribe’s haunting words.















A Quote From Gabriel Garcia Márquez


•••

“What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.”
— Gabriel Garcia Márquez









Gabriel Garcia Márquez Inspired Artwork













Quotes from Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez


•••






“No medicine cures what happiness cannot.”








“What matters in life is not what happens to you but what you remember and how you remember it.”













Love in the Time of Cholera


by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez

Tell him yes. Even if you are dying of fear, even if you are sorry later, because whatever you do, you will be sorry all the rest of your life if you say no.













Questions For the Reader


•••

  1. What is your favorite aspect of the genre of Magical Realism?
  2. What is your favorite Book or Film with Magical Realism as it's main theme?







Research & Curation


•••









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AussieDidge Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the favourite on my journal piece. I did really enjoy your tribute to Robin Williams, and it was a great showcase of art from the people involved.

He shall be remembered for many generations to come.

Take care! :)
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raynnerGIL Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
thank you very much for premium member!!! :D any help, let me know
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scheinbar Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:sun: thanks so much :sun:
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Cali-Purp Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The best things in life are felt not touched.
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DamaiMikaz Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for adding Public image to your collections. I'm happy that you like it :la:
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techgnotic Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014
You're welcome. Love reading through the conversation that you have ignited.
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BluesodaMania Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Student Filmographer
Amazing tribute to Robin Williams. I'll miss him too.
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bmb2000ca Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I love your Robert Williams tribute. It's a very nice obituary.
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LonesomeMusicNote Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I enjoy your tribute to Robin. I am very saddened by his passing. I even made a tribute to him myself. Thank you for respecting such a great man.
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traciewayling Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I did one for Robin, too.  Robin Williams inspired me in so many ways and on so many levels over the years. I was personally heartbroken when I heard the news of his death. He will be missed, and he will never be forgotten. If the one good thing to come from this is his ability to continue to highlight causes, all that it is to be human and all that needs to be understood, then maybe he has done all that he set out to do. RIP Robin, for whatever the reason it was your time, and maybe, just maybe a shed load more lives will have been saved as a result of this final twist of your own life story <3

traciewayling.deviantart.com/a…
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qeva Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
may we be friends?
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qeva Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
EXCUSE ME!!!!! but LOOK AT THIS!!!!! :(
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AngryBob48 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
I will need some more time to work on Robin Williams...............
So, do not annoy me. I will make a nice one.................
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AbalamAnderson Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I made him a dedication piece a week ago
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nightmoon123 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
will draw Robin Williams.
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