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A Mother's Love by GangsterLovin
A Mother's Love
Happy Mother's Day, America! :rose: To all my American friends, I hope you guys had a nice day celebrating all those wonderful women that gave us life and so much more.:heart: I for one am very grateful for my mother and all she's done for me and my siblings throughout our lives, there's something to be a said a parent that not only brings you into this world, but raises you with love in their hearts and gives it to you so unconditionally. :'D

I figured I'd honor all those mothers with a bit of fan art from the classic Nintendo RPG Mother (Otherwise known as Earthbound 0 here in North America). Aside from survival horror games, I just love Japanese RPGs, and the Mother series is my absolute favorite. I love Final Fantasy, I like the Tales games and I like Phantasy Star, but I've always loved the Mother series the most due to its realistic setting, its off-the-wall humor, and the wonderful characters and heart-wrenching story. For those who know the Mother series, these games need no introduction. But to those of you who are less familiar, this was a unique RPG made for the Famicom (the Japanese NES). It spawned two sequels, Mother 2 on the Super Famicom (titled Earthbound here in North America on the Super Nintendo, this was the only Mother game to be officially released outside of Japan), and Mother 3 on Gameboy Advance. One of the main themes seen throughout these games is the significance of one's mother, and just how important one's mother really is. In the first Mother/Earthbound 0, the story involves a couple named George and Maria, who were abducted by a group of powerful aliens. Maria adopted an alien baby named Giegue (spelled Giygas in the English translations), and she loved him as if he were her own son. However, as Giegue got older, he was put in charge of leading an invasion of Earth, despite being raised by humans. In the end, Giegue betrays his human parents and follows through with the invasion of Earth. His human father George managed to escape the aliens' clutches, but Giegue trapped Maria in an alternate dimension for eternity, in order to block off the memories of his loving mother. However, Giegue was driven mad, and deep down he yearned for his mother's love and affection. It's a brilliant story really, it's got lots of depth and psychological undertones.

The alternate dimension Maria was trapped in was a realm called Magicant, where she was known as Queen Mary. I wanted to portray a distant memory of Maria (as Queen Mary) singing her lullaby to Giegue as a baby in this dreamlike dimension. For those of you who know Mother, you know the lullaby I'm talking about: www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrtM4o… I'm not used to drawing these types of heartwarming scenes, but I had so much fun with this one! I'm really satisfied with that maternal pose I ended up with for Queen Mary, and Giegue looks pretty cute. I should note that when I was looking up reference pictures from other fan art, I found a few depictions of Queen Mary and Giegue looking like two other famous Nintendo characters, Princess Peach from the Mario series and Mew from the Pokémon series! xD By the way, I really want to play the new Smash Bros. because I heard Magicant was used as a stage! 8cn.info/sites/default/files/s… :excited:

Ahh, I could geek out about the Mother/Earthbound series for hours!:la: Haha, anyway I appreciate everyone's interest. Once again, happy Mother's Day! :wave:
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  • Mood: Optimism
  • Listening to: Sunshine - Sunstroke Project ft. Deep Central
  • Reading: All The Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy
  • Watching: The Walking Dead Season One
  • Playing: Silent Hill: Downpour, Resident Evil 6
Hey guys, it's been a few months since my last journal post, and since I've been uploading some new deviations lately, I figured I'd give you all a new journal update and fill you guys in on what's been going on with me. I must admit, the past few months have been pretty hectic now that I'm getting really close to starting my volunteer service in Eastern Europe, I mean... Disturbingly close! Back in January, I was hoping I'd be able to pick up another part time job before my service started, and unfortunately that hasn't been the case. Instead of working, I've spent the past few months trying to prepare for this new job in the Peace Corps, and now I only have three weeks left before I leave the United States. O_O Aside from all these preparations, I've been really enjoying myself visiting with friends and family. I've also been trying to get caught up on some drawing and video games (unfortunately I'll be without all my console games for the next two years when I'm Europe >.< ). I really need to work hard these next few weeks to organize my time properly and see all my friends and do all the activities I want to do before I leave. 

I'm currently on vacation with my family; we drove out to South Dakota last week to visit my grandmother and some of my other relatives. I've always considered South Dakota to be my true home since I was born there and have some great memories there. My grandmother has been getting weak in her old age, so I was very happy to see her again before I leave for the Peace Corps. We left South Dakota a few days ago and now my family and I are out in Colorado, one of my most favorite vacation spots. :heart: I'm happy to have this time to spend with my family before I leave, and a few of my friends from college are planning to come out and visit me as well. Over all, these past few months have just been a wonderful time for friends and family. :) In regards to my volunteer service, I know I've told a lot of you guys about the Peace Corps, but just to clarify, it's an American volunteer agency that sends people to work abroad in developing countries. It's a real charitable organization that strives for world peace, and since I couldn't get into the military, I figured I'd serve my country in the next best way, by working abroad to help others. As I've mentioned in my recent journals, I'll be working in the country of Moldova, which is a former Soviet republic, and I'm expected to learn Romanian and Russian while I'm out there (I'm really excited about that :D).

 

Like I said, I only have three weeks left before my colleagues and I head out to Moldova. It's a little overwhelming because my service over there is a two-year commitment, so I'll be away from home for a long time (I have the option to come back home and visit on breaks, but that would be so expensive x'D). One thing I'm really excited about is getting the chance to travel around Europe during my vacation time while I'm out there, I intend to visit as many of my European friends as possible (that means some of you guys ;)). As I've mentioned before, I'll be working as an English teacher at a Moldovan school, and I really hope to use this new experience to find a better international job opportunity. I know I've been busy preparing for this new chapter in my life recently, but I wanted to say, thank you all so much for keeping in touch with me and following all my posts. I've been so happy lately because some of you guys have really made an effort to reach out to me and stay in touch outside of DA. I feel like at this point in my life, I need all the friendship and support I can get. :'D After I get back home from this trip with my family, I'll only have two weeks before I leave. I'm actually planning on doing another Silent Hill cosplay with my pal :icong0ldfishl0ve:, and hopefully I can finish some of these drawings and get started on some new ones. Fortunately, I'll still have the time and resources to upload new drawings while I'm in the Peace Corps. Over all, I have my work cut out for me these next few weeks, and we'll see how things go once I get to my job post in Moldova. :hmm:

 

Guys, thank you all so much for your continued support, I'm really fortunate to have made such wonderful friends with you all, and I look forward to getting to know all you new correspondents in the coming months. :) I may be a little scatter-brained and a little frantic at the moment, but I couldn't be any happier knowing that I have everyone's support. :thanks: Take care, my friends. I love you guys. :heart:

 

-GL

GL's Horror Game Collection by GangsterLovin
GL's Horror Game Collection
As most of you guys know, I LOVE horror games, and over the years, I've made some fantastic friends here on DA that share my love of survival horror. Well, some of you guys have been asking to see my collection, so I took some time recently to organize all my games in the most efficient way possible. However, that proved to be a lot more challenging than I had anticipated, as it turned out I have a lot more games than I thought.^^; Furthermore, I should note that not all of these games here are true survival horror games, but I thought I'd include some other horror-themed games just to make things more interesting. I've been collecting horror games for over ten years now, starting with the Silent Hill series (which as most of you know, is one of my absolute favorite game series of all time). Now I'm proud to say that I have a collection of 110+ survival horror and horror-themed video games spanning over seven generations of game consoles (not including the ones I have on PC xD). I'll give a brief overview of each game in my collection:

Xbox 360
- Alone in the Dark (Alone in the Dark 5 to be specific, this was probably the biggest disappointment in gaming of 2008 for me xD)
- Condemned: Criminal Origins (this was the main reason I wanted an Xbox 360 when the console launched)
- Condemned 2: Bloodshot
- Deadly Premonition (one of my most favorite games on the 360 :heart:)
- Dead Rising
- Dead Space
- Dead Space 2
- Dead Space 3 (I just loved the first two in the series, this one was okay but not as good as the others in my opinion)
- F.E.A.R.
- F.E.A.R. Files
- F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origins
- F.E.A.R. 3
- Clive Barker's Jericho
- Left 4 Dead (I'll never forget how excited I was for this game to come out, and it didn't disappoint :) )
- Left 4 Dead 2
- Resident Evil 5
- Resident Evil 6
- Silent Hill Homecoming
- Silent Hill Downpour
- Splatterhouse (this is the best reboot of an old video game series I've ever played)

Original Xbox
- The Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth (this was the game that got me into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, it was fantastic)
- Doom 3
- Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil
- Fatal Frame
- Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly Director's Cut
- House of the Dead III (not a true horror game, but these arcade lightgun games scared me when I was a kid, and they're so fun and gory!)
- George A. Romero's Land of the Dead: Road to Fiddler's Green (a very underrated and terrifying zombie game)

Playstation 3
- Silent Hill Downpour (thanks again, :icong0ldfishl0ve: for the PS3 version!)
- Dead Island Game of the Year Edition
- Siren: Blood Curse (one of my absolute favorite games on PS3, thank you so much :iconxfannyx: for this gift :heart:)

Nintendo Wii
- The Calling
- Cursed Moutain Limited Edition (thanks again :iconxfannyx: for your contribution! :D)
- Dead Space Extraction
- House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return
- House of the Dead Overkill (one of my most favorite Wii games, I just love how gory and absurd this one is!)
- Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles
- Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles
- Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (probably my least favorite of the Silent Hill series, but I still really liked it :) )

Nintendo Gamecube
- Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem (when will they ever make a sequel to this amazing game!? >.<)
- Resident Evil 0
- Resident Evil Remake (my absolute favorite Resident Evil game :heart:)
- Resident Evil 2
- Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
- Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
- Resident Evil 4

Playstation 2
- Clock Tower 3
- Cold Fear
- Evil Dead Regeneration
- Extermination
- Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented
- Galerians: Ash
- Haunting Ground (this game is becoming rare and expensive, but it's one of the best horror games out there)
- Kuon
- Manhunt (this game was so sick and gruesome, but it was one of my biggest guilty pleasures when I was younger xD)
- Manhunt 2
- Resident Evil Outbreak
- Resident Evil Outbreak: File #2
- Resident Evil: Dead Aim
- Resident Evil 4
- Rule of Rose (this is the crown jewel of my horror collection, this game has become extremely rare and expensive O_o)
- Silent Hill 2 (in my opinion, this is the best survival horror game ever made)
- Silent Hill 3
- Silent Hill 4: The Room (my first Silent Hill game and my most favorite in the series, this is the game that got me into horror games :'D)
- Silent Hill Origins
- Siren (next to Silent Hill, this is one of my most favorite game series of all time!:excited:)
- Siren 2 Japanese version (this is one of my absolute favorite games, I modded a PS2 to play this import version, but it was worth it!)
- The Suffering (in my opinion, this is the best American-made horror game on consoles)
- The Suffering: Ties That Bind
- Vampire Night

Sega Dreamcast
- Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
- Blue Stinger
- Carrier
- D2
- Dino Crisis
- Evil Dead: Hail to the King (what could've been a fantastic video game tie-in to a classic horror movie turned out to be a crappy Resident Evil clone xD)
- House of the Dead 2 (this is my most favorite game on the Dreamcast, I've played through this game so many times!)
- Illbleed (next to House of the Dead 2, this is another of my most favorite Dreamcast games, I'd highly recommend it)
- Resident Evil 2
- Resident Evil 3: Nemesis
- Resident Evil: Code Veronica
- Resident Evil: Code Veronica (Japanese Special Edition)
- The Ring: Terror's Realm
- Nanatsu no Hikan: Senritsu no Bishou (a Japanese horror game, the title means "The Seven Mansions: Smile of Horror")
- Shadow Man
- Zombie Revenge

Playstation
- Clock Tower (one of the best retro horror games out there!:heart:)
- Clock Tower 2: The Struggle Within
- Countdown Vampires (a fun Resident Evil clone)
- Galerians (this was such a fantastic game, I might do some fan art at some point)
- Parasite Eve (this is the perfect game for fans of RPGs and horror games! :D)
- Parasite Eve 2
- Resident Evil (the original version in the longbox, it may not be in perfect condition, but it's complete)
- Resident Evil 2 (one of the best and most influential survival horror games ever made)
- Resident Evil: Survivor
- Silent Hill (this is my absolute favorite PS1 game! :excited: The original Silent Hill is such a classic)

Sega Saturn
- D
- Deep Fear (a Japanese horror game, this was meant to be Sega's answer to Resident Evil 2 on the PS1)
- Enemy Zero (the prequel to D)
- The House of the Dead (this Sega Saturn port of the arcade classic may not be perfect, but this is one of my rarest Saturn games and my most favorite on the console)
- The House of the Dead (Japanese version)
- Resident Evil

Miscellaneous
- Clock Tower: The First Fear (Super Nintendo, this is a reproduction cartridge of the original Clock Tower released only in Japan, this was a revolutionary horror game)
- Mushya: A Classic Tale of Japanese Horror (Super Nintendo, complete in box)
- Nightmare Creatures (Nintendo 64)
- Dementium 2 (Nintendo DS, unfortunately I never got a Nintendo DS, so I had to borrow someone's DS to play it ;P)
- Alone in the Dark (Panasonic 3DO, complete in box, this was the only console port of the original Alone in the Dark for PC)
- Escape from Monster Manor (Panasonic 3DO, Japanese version)
- Alien vs. Predator (Atari Jaguar)
- Splatterhouse (Turbografx 16)
- Splatterhouse 2 (Sega Genesis/Mega Drive)
- Nightmare on Elm Street (Nintendo Entertainment System)
- Friday the 13th (Nintendo Entertainment System)
- Sweet Home (Nintendo Entertainment system, this is a reproduction cartridge of an old Japanese horror game, this is one of my most favorite NES games:heart:)
- Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Atari 2600)
- Haunted House (Atari 2600, complete in box, this is my most favorite old Atari game)

That just about covers all the horror games in my collection, not counting the few I have on PC, as I mentioned. ;P There are still a few out there in the wild that I'm looking for, but I'm more than happy with what I got now. I'm very privileged to have had the chance to build this collection over the years, and I'm so grateful to all my friends and family that bought me most of these games (most of them were gifts after all). As some of you know, I love to collect video games, both new and old, and it can be so overwhelming to collect all these great games out there. So for that reason, it's good to focus on a certain type of game or console, and it happens to be horror games in my case! :D My advice for collecting is to collect what you love! ;) Unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to play all of these games, but I've played through the majority of them. It took a lot of time to get all these games out and get them organized, sorry if you guys can't see all of them. :/ But it was still a lot of fun taking them all out and admiring them, and I think this photo gives you all an idea of how many different game consoles I have in my collection, hehe. I hope you all enjoyed this little presentation, and feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on some of these games. :)
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SH0 - Confrontation by GangsterLovin
SH0 - Confrontation
This is a late birthday gift for my dear friend :icong0ldfishl0ve:. I'm proud to admit that Silent Hill served as the basis of our friendship, and Silent Hill Origins, being her absolute favorite installment in the series, served as an inspiration for this new fan art. It's been a while since I last played it myself, but I really loved this game too. I really liked Travis and his character design, so I had a lot of fun recreating his appearance. As for the Butcher, I really loved the battles with him; most fans seem to think of the Butcher as nothing more than a Pyramid Head knock-off, but I found him to be really creepy in his own rite and I thought he contributed a lot to the story of SH0. Over all, I found him to be a worthy addition to the cast of Silent Hill monsters. :thumbsup:

I gotta say, I'm really excited with how this picture turned out. It took a while to get Travis' pose right, but it's always a pleasure for me to practice drawing characters holding guns (I was initially gonna draw Travis with a pipe, but I figured the shotgun would be a better choice since it's the best weapon to use against the Butcher, and I just love drawing shotguns =P ). The Butcher was so much fun to draw, I really love how the details and textures stand out. Once I got this all colored, I tried adding a few more layers of color to help give it a darker look, which is the same technique I used for my SH4 picture I submitted last fall. I think the shading could've turned out better, but this was still good practice. With how much I love the Silent Hill series, I'm surprised I haven't done more fan art over the years. ^^; I'll have to start doing more. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy! :)
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Wandering the Spencer Estate by GangsterLovin
Wandering the Spencer Estate
This is a late art trade for my wonderful friend :iconshakahnna:. It took me a while, but I finally got it done!:w00t: We both agreed on this art trade a few months back, and we decided to pay a little homage to Forest Speyer from the Resident Evil remake considering how much we both love that game. I really should do more Resident Evil fan art! xD We both agreed just how darn creepy it was to see poor Forest's body reanimated, but we discussed an interesting theory; despite his zombified state, he might have still retained some of his humanity and may be searching for his S.T.A.R.S. comrades to actually warn them of the evil that lurks within the Spencer Mansion. I've always loved the S.T.A.R.S. characters in the early Resident Evil games, and I always felt bad for Forest considering how close he was with Chris Redfield. ;_;

Even though I really took my time here, I had a lot of fun drawing this one. :D The streaks of blood running along the wall may be a little excessive, but I think it adds for a pretty cool, creepy effect. This was great practice for drawing gruesome wounds as well as shading in dark shadows. I really wish I could've made the background look darker, but even then, this was a good learning experience. The proportions and angles in the background may be a little off, but I stuck to what I know best and tried to emphasize all the little details to makeup for the other imperfections. Over all, I'm very happy with this one, and I really hope you like it, Shak!^^ It was an honor to do this art trade with you.

Please check out her half of the art trade here: shakahnna.deviantart.com/art/I…
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GangsterLovin
Silly bananas!
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I've been a fan and user of DeviantArt for over ten years now, and I'm proud to say that it's been a very enjoyable and positive experience. I don't like to consider myself a real artist, but I enjoy art and a bit of photography every now and then. I love using this website as an outlet for expressing whatever creativity I have, and as far as artwork goes, I can be very scattered-brained and will focus on drawing anything that gives me inspiration (and I mean ANYTHING!). Usually, I let me interests and other hobbies inspire my own artwork, and those hobbies would include video gaming (particularly retro and survival-horror games), movies, weapons (particularly firearms), anime, and cartoons. As a result, my art usually ranges from fan art, weapon and firearm designs, and my own original character art. I'm always humbled by people that add me as a friend, and I love making new friends around here! :)

Current Residence: Northern Virginia
Favourite genre of music: 80's pop/new wave, rock(punk/alternative/some metal), techno, country, some classical
Favourite style of art: Cutesy anime, or dark and twisted
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: I'm not too big into MP3 players
Shell of choice: M406 antipersonnel shells, M576 buckshot shells, M381 high-explosive shells, M397 airburst shells
Wallpaper of choice: Whatever I friggin' want it to be! D:<
Skin of choice: Does racial color really matter?
Favourite cartoon character: Applejack from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, Bender from Futurama, Rick and Morty, oh and Bugs Bunny, just to name a few...
Personal Quote: "All it takes is all you got." - My high school coach
Interests
  • Mood: Optimism
  • Listening to: Sunshine - Sunstroke Project ft. Deep Central
  • Reading: All The Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy
  • Watching: The Walking Dead Season One
  • Playing: Silent Hill: Downpour, Resident Evil 6
Hey guys, it's been a few months since my last journal post, and since I've been uploading some new deviations lately, I figured I'd give you all a new journal update and fill you guys in on what's been going on with me. I must admit, the past few months have been pretty hectic now that I'm getting really close to starting my volunteer service in Eastern Europe, I mean... Disturbingly close! Back in January, I was hoping I'd be able to pick up another part time job before my service started, and unfortunately that hasn't been the case. Instead of working, I've spent the past few months trying to prepare for this new job in the Peace Corps, and now I only have three weeks left before I leave the United States. O_O Aside from all these preparations, I've been really enjoying myself visiting with friends and family. I've also been trying to get caught up on some drawing and video games (unfortunately I'll be without all my console games for the next two years when I'm Europe >.< ). I really need to work hard these next few weeks to organize my time properly and see all my friends and do all the activities I want to do before I leave. 

I'm currently on vacation with my family; we drove out to South Dakota last week to visit my grandmother and some of my other relatives. I've always considered South Dakota to be my true home since I was born there and have some great memories there. My grandmother has been getting weak in her old age, so I was very happy to see her again before I leave for the Peace Corps. We left South Dakota a few days ago and now my family and I are out in Colorado, one of my most favorite vacation spots. :heart: I'm happy to have this time to spend with my family before I leave, and a few of my friends from college are planning to come out and visit me as well. Over all, these past few months have just been a wonderful time for friends and family. :) In regards to my volunteer service, I know I've told a lot of you guys about the Peace Corps, but just to clarify, it's an American volunteer agency that sends people to work abroad in developing countries. It's a real charitable organization that strives for world peace, and since I couldn't get into the military, I figured I'd serve my country in the next best way, by working abroad to help others. As I've mentioned in my recent journals, I'll be working in the country of Moldova, which is a former Soviet republic, and I'm expected to learn Romanian and Russian while I'm out there (I'm really excited about that :D).

 

Like I said, I only have three weeks left before my colleagues and I head out to Moldova. It's a little overwhelming because my service over there is a two-year commitment, so I'll be away from home for a long time (I have the option to come back home and visit on breaks, but that would be so expensive x'D). One thing I'm really excited about is getting the chance to travel around Europe during my vacation time while I'm out there, I intend to visit as many of my European friends as possible (that means some of you guys ;)). As I've mentioned before, I'll be working as an English teacher at a Moldovan school, and I really hope to use this new experience to find a better international job opportunity. I know I've been busy preparing for this new chapter in my life recently, but I wanted to say, thank you all so much for keeping in touch with me and following all my posts. I've been so happy lately because some of you guys have really made an effort to reach out to me and stay in touch outside of DA. I feel like at this point in my life, I need all the friendship and support I can get. :'D After I get back home from this trip with my family, I'll only have two weeks before I leave. I'm actually planning on doing another Silent Hill cosplay with my pal :icong0ldfishl0ve:, and hopefully I can finish some of these drawings and get started on some new ones. Fortunately, I'll still have the time and resources to upload new drawings while I'm in the Peace Corps. Over all, I have my work cut out for me these next few weeks, and we'll see how things go once I get to my job post in Moldova. :hmm:

 

Guys, thank you all so much for your continued support, I'm really fortunate to have made such wonderful friends with you all, and I look forward to getting to know all you new correspondents in the coming months. :) I may be a little scatter-brained and a little frantic at the moment, but I couldn't be any happier knowing that I have everyone's support. :thanks: Take care, my friends. I love you guys. :heart:

 

-GL

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BreakNeckViolet Featured By Owner May 10, 2015   Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for all the favourites on my older work! Your support means the world to me, I just want to let you know that. :heart: 
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GangsterLovin Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's always a pleasure, Nikki. :) Likewise, your support and encouragement means so much to me too. :hug: Thank you for all that! :thanks:
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BreakNeckViolet Featured By Owner May 14, 2015   Traditional Artist
Val, it's a pleasure to support you, you're an amazing person. Never forget that. And you're very welcome! :hug:
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haya1 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2015
Fav、ありがとうございます!Love 
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GangsterLovin Featured By Owner May 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
どう致しまして! すごいファンアートを続いてくださいね!:D
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HereBeDragons2014 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the favorites! :) Hopefully I will have more material soonish!
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GangsterLovin Featured By Owner May 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's my pleasure, buddy! Take your time with all the new stuff, I hope your job and everything else has been going okay. :) Keep up the good work!
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SicBadger Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2015
Boo How you doing?
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GangsterLovin Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey there! :D Things have been a little slow lately, but over all I've been doing very well! Thanks for asking. :) How are you doing?
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SicBadger Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2015
I am doing OK Thanks for asking.Are you playing any games.
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