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About depthRADIUS


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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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

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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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Markiplier is the King of Five Nights at Freddy's! by rydi1689


New ‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ In The Works


Scott Cawthon’s website has released an image teasing the fourth installment of the beloved children’s, er scratch that, terrifying adult video game Five Nights At Freddy’s. If you’re unfamiliar with the series, we suggest you do some independent research, but be warned: you will never willingly enter a Chuck E. Cheese’s again after you’ve been initiated. Meanwhile if you are a fan of the game, commence general rejoicing with us in the comments section.










A Trip To Australia


DestinyBlue attended two Supernova conventions in Australia and has documented her experience here.


























This Fox Made A Sandwich, Is More Adept In The Kitchen Than Some Humans


When a radio crew came to Chernobyl, they were greeted by a friendly, (presumably) mutant fox, upon whom they bestowed a gift of bread and sausage. Instead of eating every piece of bread and sausage one-by-one like some sort of stray dog, the discerning fox stacked the bread and sausages into a glorious towering sandwich, which it then carried off to wherever it is radioactive foxes in Chernobyl hang out. What did have you done so far today?













Illuminated Night by MikkoLagerstedt


Better Know A Deviant


MikkoLagerstedt is a Self-taught Finnish photographer whose gallery is absolutely stunning.










University Of Birmingham, Reuters



Hipster Dinosaur Was A Vegetarian Before It Was Cool


Chilesaurus diegosuar is a weird dinosaur. Upon first being discovered, scientists assumed it was a fake, cobbled together from the remains of multiple species of dinosaurs on account of its hodgepodge of features. The Chilesaurus is a theropod, making it a cousin of Tyrannosaurus and Velociraptor. It is the first known theropod to be a vegetarian. Otherwise, Chilesaurus has a small skull and distinct pelvis shape that appear similar to other unrelated species. Scientists believe it developed these features independently in a process called convergent evolution, because of its similar diet and the evolutionary pressures to which it responded.








Watercolour by Keizie


Meet The Artist Behind ‘Watercolor Makeup’


Recently we shared this Watercolor Makeup Tutorial and since then we’ve discovered the talented photographer on DeviantArt! Take a moment to say hi to Keizie and check out some of her other work!








Huangshan -24 by DawnRoseCreation


China Building Great Wall of Trees


China emits more greenhouse gasses than any other country in the world, but they are also taking some of the most serious efforts to offset their environmental impact. A major part of the country’s efforts include reforestation, specifically a program in the northwest of the country that will see a band of trees some 2,800 miles long planted. The plan is aimed at both stopping the advance of the Gobi desert as well as absorbing CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. Since 2008, China has planted 32 million acres of new forest.











Chibi Commissions


Sueweetie is offering Chibi Commissions and they are really cute! Get all the info here.


























Learn To Make Worblapie


Worbla is a thermoplastic material that’s popular in crafting and cosplay but it does not come cheap. This gentleman who calls himself ‘Obsessive Creative Disorder’ has posted a tutorial for making Worblapie — a similar substance that you can make at home. Happy Crafting!





















Hulkbuster High Chair Makes Us Wish We Were Toddlers


Super Fan Builds put together a high chair that resembles the Hulkbuster suit from the new Avengers film for a fan with an adorable little kid. The high chair opens and even has a little Arc Reactor. One day this child will tell stories about what a legendary childhood she had, and we wish her many happy meals in this creation, which we’re wondering if you can get in adult sizes. Just throwing that out there.












River Dragon by ColletteJEllis


Birthday Patrol


ColletteJEllis has a birthday today! Don’t be shy, say happy b-day!




























Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4-28-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4–28–2015

Authors: techgnoticeawood 
Curator: Moonbeam13 

For more articles like this, visit depthRADIUS.
Want to submit any ideas, suggestions, collections, or an existing work for consideration for the Today page? We'd love to look at it. Email us at share@deviantart.com.
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Pray for Nepal by In-Sine


Earthquake Strikes Nepal


On Saturday, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal, killing more than 3,800 people and injuring at least 7,000.  Many charities and NGO’s are on the ground providing aid and medical assistance, To learn more about this disaster and how you can help, please click here. Meanwhile, Hellobaby is currently taking commissions from people who donate to relief efforts, no matter the amount.







Bunches o' Bats by creturfetur


Look At These Bats


Check out these wonderfully adorable bats by creturfetur.

























Stephen Hawking Finally Gives Meaningful Context To The Multiverse Theory


If you’re like the audience member who attended this Stephen Hawking talk at the Sydney Opera House, you want to know what the renowned astrophysicist and probably smartest living person thinks about the recent breakup of One Direction. If you are like that person first of all what is the matter with you? And second of all Hawking had a comedic, gracious, and optimistic answer that should act as a salve to ease your burning loss. Hawking said that heartbroken fans should turn to theoretical physics, because if we one day discover alternate universes, there may well be one out there in which the band is still together, and all is right in the world.












Heart Beat by ctrl-alt-delete


Positivity Challenge


deviant365 has posted a new challenge to spread some positivity and you could win a Premium Membership! Get all the details here.







Silent Hill 2 - Pyramidhead cosplay by Aoki-Lifestream


‘Silent Hills’ Has Been Cancelled


After a weekend of similar statements from people involved in the project, Konami has officially confirmed that its Silent Hills project will not proceed. The game had been previewed by an early “playable teaser” which was broadly considered an intriguing success. Film director Guillermo Del Toro had been working alongside renowned game designer Hideo Kojima on the project. Kojima recently parted ways with Konami, for whom he’s worked for the entirety of his career, in an ongoing and public manner, the details of which are still not entirely clear.







Pac Man by obsidiandevil


All Things Nerd


This feature of “nerdy” deviations collected by Schnitzelyne is fantastic! Video game themed jewelry? Yes please!









Jared Leto’s Joker Revealed


Suicide Squad director David Ayer tweeted the first picture of Jared Leto “in-costume” (the actor is topless) as The Joker. It’s definitely a step away from Heath Ledger’s somewhat reserved portrayal of the chaotic clown, which by our estimation is a good thing considering how thoroughly Ledger dominated that role. Take a look for yourself and tell us what you think in the comments below.







open book by depyy


Get Your Work Published


If you’re looking to get your work published, Vigilo has posted information about two publishing opportunities in a journal.


























New Arkham Night Trailer


Rocksteady Games has released another trailer for the final instalment of Batman: Arkham Knight. The main thing this trailer features that we haven’t seen so far is a lot of cinematic shots of Batman and his companions serving up some good-old-fashioned hurtin’ on their adversaries. Tonally, the trailer is consistent with the previous one in establishing a sense of unstoppable doom for both the caped crusader and his beloved Gotham, but seeing the hero in action also serves as a reminder that Bruce Wayne generally always wins. Anyway the fate of the city will be on you, the player’s shoulders when the game is released this June.












tools by marcusjehrlander


The Toolbox


This week projecteducate is focusing on Artist Tools. Check out the schedule of events here.







Brian Williams  NBC News by davincipoppalag


Brian Williams Made So Much Stuff Up About Reporting For NBC


The Washington Post issued a report over the weekend stating that, according to an anonymous source from inside NBC, a probe investigating Williams’s reporting has uncovered 11 instances in which he may have exaggerated or otherwise lied about incidents he reported on. For reference, Williams was placed on leave from his post as the nightly news anchor on NBC when it was revealed that he lied about having been in a helicopter that was shot at in Iraq. Since then, doubts have been raised about his claim that rockets passed under a helicopter he was inside of in Israel, as well as his claims to have been in the midst of the Egyptian protests in Tahrir Square back in 2011. The Washington Post report didn’t detail what the other 11 “embellishments” were, and it’s unclear whether that information will ever be made public. To Williams’s credit, it seems like all of these instances involve him hyperbolizing his personal experiences rather than actually misreporting factual information in his capacity as a news anchor, but even still it’s not great to have a news anchor who has to make that kind of distinction in regards to telling the truth.







THE GOLDEN RULE by simoneyvette


Forum Feature


MaximumDoodie wants to know what your personal ‘Golden Rule’ is. What’s the one rule you’ll never break? Share yours right here.























Here’s What Nightcrawler Will Look Like in ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’


The new X-Men film began production today, and we’ve already got our first look at one of the characters. Kodi Smit-McPhee is playing Nightcrawler in the forthcoming film, and director Bryan Singer gave us a quick video of the little blue weirdo teleporting in and out of frame in front of a black background. Are you not entertained?














Birthday Patrol


Today is joshharker’s birthday! Help us say happy b-day!




















Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4-27-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4–27–2015

Authors: techgnoticeawood 
Curator: Moonbeam13 

For more articles like this, visit depthRADIUS.
Want to submit any ideas, suggestions, collections, or an existing work for consideration for the Today page? We'd love to look at it. Email us at share@deviantart.com.
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Watch The Throne: High Sparrow

Mon Apr 27, 2015, 1:20 PM
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Mark Mylod

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Hey everyone, welcome to “Watch The Throne”, a weekly feature in which we talk about Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones from the season premiere to the finale. As usual, we offer a heartfelt thanks in advance for not sharing any spoilers from beyond the plot of this episode in the discussion section.



High Sparrow has a wedding in it early on, which passes unceremoniously and barely takes up any screen time. It’s a little strange, given that this is the royal wedding. It seems like countless episodes of the series up until now took happy little detours into scenes in which characters planned for royal weddings — like the wedding between Joffrey and Sansa that never happened, or the one between Joffrey and Margaery that barely happened.




It’s revealing that we’ve reached a point in the series where ceremonies that were once centerpieces for whole episodes now get passed over in a matter of seconds. It’s not just that the wedding isn’t important to the episode’s plot, it’s that the wedding just flat-out isn’t that important. At least, not to anyone outside of King’s Landing. Even though there aren’t quite as many would-be rulers in open rebellion in the world of the show right now, characters are beginning to behave as though the end of the Lannister hold on King’s Landing is a foregone conclusion.



Margaery plans to subvert Lannister power by having Cersei sent away from he capital. With the impressionable young king very firmly under her spell, the distance between Margaery and the throne is decreasing rapidly. Other rulers make other plans.




Littlefinger and Roose Bolton both agree that Lannister power is waning, and therefore Lannister goodwill has outstretched its usefulness to both of them. Tellingly, Littlefinger reminds Roose that the last time the lords of the north and of the Eyrie made an alliance, they overthrew the Targaryen dynasty. It’s interesting to see Lord Baelish flexing his palace intrigue skills on Roose Bolton, who is arguably the most discerning political actor outside The Red Keep. These two could be capable of probably terrible but also very entertaining things in future episodes.

















“High Sparrow” brought us our second reluctant execution in as many weeks — both carried out (or at least overseen) by two of the show’s most promising young rulers. Game of Thrones is continuing to explore the unglamorous side of being a ruler, and it continues to demonstrate the importance of context. Both beheadings came as the result of a ruler making a principled stand; attempting to show the inflexibility of law and order by applying it to sympathetic subjects and former lords. Janos Slynt’s plea for mercy — “I’ve always been afraid” — makes for as heartrending a final scene as any character has had in the series.




Both of these executions lend themselves to comparison with Ned Stark’s beheading in season one by virtue of the context that surrounds all of them. We’re seeing characters who’ve been victimized severely at earlier points in this story starting to enjoy the kind of power that only the bad guys used to have in this world. Sure, neither Jon Snow or Dany relish in the killing the way that Joffrey clearly did, but how different is their unwillingness to show mercy from Joffrey’s in season one? Wasn’t he merely enforcing the letter of the law and demonstrating the equity with which it applies to all men, noble or low-born?




Above all “High Sparrow" demonstrates just how much has changed since season one. A wedding with no deaths, Sansa finding herself again betrothed to someone whose family was instrumental in tearing hers apart but this time doing so (somewhat) intentionally, Tyrion unable to perform in a brothel — this world is fast becoming unrecognizable. What hasn’t changed, however, are the motivations the characters use to determine their actions. Characters like Brienne, Jon Snow, and Arya stay the course, clinging tightly to their principles. Meanwhile desire for power keeps Littlefinger and Margaery Tyrell moving and shaking, and even old Jorah Mormont — with skeletons from one sin or another littering his closet since season one — is still seeking redemption.

















Your Thoughts


  1. Renly has been dead for so long that he’s almost passed from memory, but Brienne’s story about his act of kindness in years past reminds us that at one time he actually had a pretty solid claim on the throne (in the form of a massive army). Do you think Renly would have made a good king?
  2. Tyrion and Jorah’s run-in at the brothel is yet another coincidental crossing of paths in the show. Are these starting to get unbelievable or is it really just a small world after all?
  3. Margaery made a pretty sick burn on Cersei this week (she essentially called her an alcoholic), do you think that she will live to regret that choice? Or has this lion really been de-clawed?











Watch The Throne: High Sparrow
High Sparrow has a wedding in it early on, which passes unceremoniously and barely takes up any screen time. It’s a little strange, given that this is the royal wedding. It seems like countless episodes of the series up until now took happy little detours into scenes in which characters planned for royal weddings — like the wedding between Joffrey and Sansa that never happened, or the one between Joffrey and Margaery that barely happened.

Author: eawood

For more articles like this, visit depthRADIUS.
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Project Porkchop Vol. 393

Mon Apr 27, 2015, 11:39 AM
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About Project Porkchop





The DeviantArt Experience can sometimes quickly become the quintessential example of that most frustrating problem: too much of a good thing. There just aren’t enough hours in the day to peruse the thousands of submissions and postings of artistic innovation, creativity and sheer beauty that are generated everyday.


So thank you for ProjectPorkchop!


Astralseed, an Icelandic deviant artist with a penchant for equines, including Quirlicorns (a breed of unicorns), has made our busy lives so much easier with ProjectPorkchop, a feature she started on her DeviantArt page. Project Porkchop’s fine eye for the best of the newly submitted artworks of virtually unknown artists, the incredible art that slips past us, unseen and denied its due, day after day, has meant so very much for these artists trying to create a presence in the art world, beginning on DeviantArt. By spotlighting these skilled artists and connecting creative art and creative art lovers, this group is doing the arts universe an immeasurable service.
















About the Artist


Martin is a digital artist from the US. He has an unmistakable retro style that is reminiscent of Art Deco. His storybook illustrations are expertly composed and feature an array of colorful characters for your viewing delight! His work is vibrant and whimsical and you can't help but fall in love with every piece in his gallery.


















About the Artist


Toru is a traditional artist from Japan. He is quite the accomplished watercolorist and his paintings are nothing short of inspiring! He is able to achieve a high degree of realism that is difficult to master with this medium. The colors in his works are rich and earthy and he is brilliant at manipulating light. This is one inspirational artist you that you will definitely want to add to your watch list!








View More of eiger3975’s Gallery















About the Artist


Ivo is a professional traditional artist from Bulgaria. His gallery features some very lovely pastel drawings that are bold, vivid and have a fantastic surreal quality. The star attraction in his collection, however, is his compilation of magic the gathering card designs. Created in his own signiture style, these cards are an interesting and creative take on the original concept.








View More of alfodur’s Gallery















About the Artist


Thekayesen is a varied artist of unknown origin. He experiments with photography and traditional painting, but the most enticing pieces in his gallery are his incredible ink drawings. His attention to fine details is simply astounding and his fascinating creatures coupled with surreal themes will entertain as well as inspire you. Let's all take the time to visit his page and show this young artist some support!








View More of thekayesen’s Gallery















About the Artist


Qizhi He is a photographer from China who currently resides in San Fransisco California. His photographs are beautifully lit and have a great feeling of atmosphere. He captures landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge during different times of the day and night making use of various exposures and natural elements. Most prominent in his gallery are his haunting sea scapes captured in stunning black and white!








View More of xelement’s Gallery












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If you enjoyed this article please be sure to :+fav: it, as this helps these artists get even more exposure. If you would like to suggest someone for a future ProjectPorkchop article please send a note to our group.
















Project Porkchop Vol. 393
ProjectPorkchop was created in an effort to reach more deviants on a long term basis, in order to continue bringing exposure to talented yet under appreciated artists across DeviantArt. As a continuation of my previous project Fresh Meat, Project Porkchop will have weekly features of artist we feel could use far more exposure to their art than they are currently receiving. Anyone is welcome to join, no matter how much exposure your art gets or how advanced your artistic skills may be.

For more articles like this, visit depthRADIUS.
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VideoLab Makes ‘Man of Steel’ Look Less Depressing


You know how Man of Steel had one of the most dreary looking color palettes of all time? It looks like it’s dark out during the day, and Superman’s suit looks like it’s been hanging up in an abandoned mine shaft for a good century and a half or so. Colorists at VideoLab wondered what it would look like if the film had been edited to look, you know, normal. What do you think? Is this a movie that you would watch?












PIZZA PARTY! by NocturneJewel


Lizards Demonstrate Ideal Weekend Plans


I Love Lucy, Popcorn, and Pizza, what else is there? We’ll be spending our weekend recreating this tableau of a perfect weekend.






















Too Many Kings


Adult Swim’s ‘Too Many Cooks’ video, a ten-minute parody of sitcom opening credits, has been co-opted and repurposed many times with mixed results. We can certifiably say, though, that this Game of Thrones version of the video is spot-on. The editors latched on to what made the original Too Many Cooks video funny, by making tonal shifts when necessary and exaggerating the typical credits sequence look. Plus, this video has the added comedic value of actually featuring a real cast that it would take ten minutes to introduce properly.
















Site Update: Bug Fixes and Mobile Notifications


If you’re curious what we were working on during the maintenance earlier this week, take a look at this journal and find out about the bug fixes and updates.








Nicolas Cage, by Jeff Stahl by JeffStahl


Turn Every Image Into Nicolas Cage


You can get an extension for Google Chrome called NCage that turns every image on each page you visit into an image of Nicholas Cage. Why would you want every image on your browser to be a picture of Nicolas Cage? If you’re asking that question, this extension is not for you.








Home-made Pop Tarts by cakecrumbs


Weekend Breakfast Food


These homemade pop tarts by cakecrumbs seem like the perfect way to celebrate the weekend (recipe is in the description). What’s your favorite weekend breakfast food? Tell us in the comments below.

























The Trailer For ‘The Visit’ Is A Good Excuse To Never Visit Your Relatives


There’s going to be another M. Night Shyamalan movie, which by now should trigger a Pavlovian response of automatic skepticism. However, this movie actually looks kind of scary based on the trailer. It imagines what would happen if two kids went to visit their grandparents who are much crazier than the tolerable-at-Thanksgiving level of crazy most people’s grandparents exhibit. Go ahead and add this to the list of reasons why you should consider traveling over summer vacation.













Gravity Falls by sugapiessofly


Summer At Cal Arts


sugapiessofly got accepted to the Calarts Summer Animation Residency Program! Go congratulate her here.






















Cosmo Flips The Script On Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson


Cosmo decided to mix up their Avengers coverage when stars Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo stopped by for an interview. They prepared a special set of questions specifically for Ruffalo, designed to both highlight and mock the vapid, sexist questions usually reserved for Johansson during these press junkets. The interviewer asked Ruffalo about what he planned to wear to the premiere, and if he had any special poses prepared, while asking Johannson about the stunts and action sequences she performs in the film. We applaud this sendup of entertainment reporting, especially in the wake of yesterday’s unmitigated sexist remarks from Avengers co-stars Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner. We kind of can’t believe we’re saying this, but thank you, Cosmo.













The Matrix effect by gilad


Forum Feature


Have you ever experienced something weird? almost unexplainable? JonnyAltezza wants to hear all of your crazy stories! Share them here.





















Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4-25-15
Today's Headlines From The News Desk 4–25–2015

Authors: techgnoticeawood 
Curator: Moonbeam13 

For more articles like this, visit depthRADIUS.
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Art is long, life is short, judgement difficult, opportunity transient. --Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Favourite genre of music: Rock. Jazz(Hard Bop). Blues. 80's Metal. Tribal(Aboriginal thru Electronic). Classical.Troubado
Favourite photographer: Sebastio Salgado. Richard Mapplethorpe. Walker Evans. Weegee.
Favourite style of art: Post-impressionist. Abstract-expressionist. The New Digital Vanguard. Contemporary fantasy.
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FantasticalEmir Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2015
Lol ok 😄
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How come only your art is on the home page(/゚Д゚)/
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I dare him to make me part of deviant art
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Thank you for the llama =]
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how is it possible to daily upload as much images as you?!
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Hello - I'm a new deviant here at DeviantArt and I'd like start a simple journal project with your permission- just analysing what is on the headlines from the news desk page and my thoughts on it. Please message me back if you are Ok with me starting this journal
- stay Schmexy
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Is the whole thing with the deleting fake accounts true or a hoax?
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Thank you for the mention of my Walking on the Sun by Wretched--Stare  ^^
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Sir, I can comment on other's chats but not on LukeTheeMewtwo or Kritken, I don't know if I was forbidden from them or the internet connection is terrible, please fix this
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It really meant a lot! I wish there was a better way i could thank you ahha! 
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I like your artwork. Like. I meant love. :) I need inspiration, and I can see this help me better myself.
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:O thankyou!
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MidnightMillionaire Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Can you please upgrade app for DA and put cover photo on every profile?
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mikalover139 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015  New member
Dude nice work, but can I just make one comment of constructive criticism?
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James-Is-James Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the mention!
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