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This is just a close up of the head of the drawing. Before I finished it. I always draw the head first on anything.

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So here’s the art work for a single. The song is called “Dreaming,” and is on my music page. I just drew this and it’s the first thing I’ve drawn in a LONG time. I’m posting the original here, before I tweak the aspects of the photo.

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These are some of the monsters I drew. (And a dog.) Each of these gets an explanation.
1. Joker dog: I wanted to draw something with a Joker smile. I kept going over the outline of the smile in black and decided it looked like a dog’s gums, so that’s what I went with.
2. Monster head: I like drawing things with large mouths full of teeth and horns in weird places. This is a throw away sketch I liked.
3. Blind Man’s Eye: this wonderful little nightmare was me trying to make a creature that looked harmless until you got close. The iris is it’s mouth with sharp little teeth inside, and four long tongues it uses in place of hands the actual eye is the pupil, but it’s completely blind and uses it’s tongues to feel vibrations in the air, and feel it’s way around. It’s legs work like spider’s allowing it to scale walls and drop on hapless victims from above.
4. Stalker Wyvern: It’s another blind, cave dwelling monster, with thin, fragile wings on it’s back. It typically sticks to the roofs of caves and uses it’s long neck to strangle it’s victims before it tears into them with it’s fangs. It uses echo location by emitting small clicks and it’s strong sense of smell to catch prey. It flicks the scent of prey into it’s nostrils with it’s long tongue, like a snake. The skin around it’s arms and legs is loose, and sags as it walks. This is because it’s bones are flexible and it’s just as comfortable walking with it’s limbs twisted backwards as it is with them facing the proper position. It seldom uses it’s arms for anything apart from scaling low cave ceilings, but is fully capable of only hanging by it’s smaller hind legs and stabbing prey into submission with it’s claws if it needs to.
5. Beheader: The beheaders live in small groups of three or five in dark, thick woods, stalking prey from close behind until they get close enough to use a large axe, (not pictured,) to decapitate their victims. They appear human, but are completely devoid of body hair and have a monstrous face they keep disguised under their hoods. This one is a lady Beheader. (The hood looks a bit too much like something else for me to be comfortable with this one, but… I promise it’s not a Klan hood. I was trying to go for a medieval executioner style thing. :/)

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  If anyone likes my art, let me know. I’ll start posting more.

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These are some of the monsters I drew. (And a dog.) Each of these gets an explanation.
1. Joker dog: I wanted to draw something with a Joker smile. I kept going over the outline of the smile in black and decided it looked like a dog’s gums, so that’s what I went with.
2. Monster head: I like drawing things with large mouths full of teeth and horns in weird places. This is a throw away sketch I liked.
3. Blind Man’s Eye: this wonderful little nightmare was me trying to make a creature that looked harmless until you got close. The iris is it’s mouth with sharp little teeth inside, and four long tongues it uses in place of hands the actual eye is the pupil, but it’s completely blind and uses it’s tongues to feel vibrations in the air, and feel it’s way around. It’s legs work like spider’s allowing it to scale walls and drop on hapless victims from above.
4. Stalker Wyvern: It’s another blind, cave dwelling monster, with thin, fragile wings on it’s back. It typically sticks to the roofs of caves and uses it’s long neck to strangle it’s victims before it tears into them with it’s fangs. It uses echo location by emitting small clicks and it’s strong sense of smell to catch prey. It flicks the scent of prey into it’s nostrils with it’s long tongue, like a snake. The skin around it’s arms and legs is loose, and sags as it walks. This is because it’s bones are flexible and it’s just as comfortable walking with it’s limbs twisted backwards as it is with them facing the proper position. It seldom uses it’s arms for anything apart from scaling low cave ceilings, but is fully capable of only hanging by it’s smaller hind legs and stabbing prey into submission with it’s claws if it needs to.
5. Beheader: The beheaders live in small groups of three or five in dark, thick woods, stalking prey from close behind until they get close enough to use a large axe, (not pictured,) to decapitate their victims. They appear human, but are completely devoid of body hair and have a monstrous face they keep disguised under their hoods. This one is a lady Beheader. (The hood looks a bit too much like something else for me to be comfortable with this one, but… I promise it’s not a Klan hood. I was trying to go for a medieval executioner style thing. :/)

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Here are some sketches from my old college notebooks. Maybe I would’ve passed if I had been paying attention to my professor instead of drawing. In order: two aliens at a bar,
2. My face
3. A flower, supposed to be a rose
4. Kurt Cobain
5. A small cartoon of me
6. A cartoon monster head. (It’s a baby.)
7. Unfinished comic with a close up of my face
8. A frightened iPod
9. Super robot monkey ninja samurai bunny
10. Sad pikachu
I’m posting more after this.

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I may or may not be super pumped that the game grumps are playing Trauma Center Second Opinion. Wish they’d play Trauma Team instead but hey Trauma Center Second Opinion is still super rad :D

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"Don’t let your emotions turn pebbles into mountains. Take a step back, reflect, and simply step over life’s complications. Unless, you want to climb, hike, and wear your soul out."

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