"That fishing pole ain't never touched water. Jack Twist? Jack Nasty! You didn't go up there to fish!"
- Alma del Mar
sorry if i "fav and run" i have no idea how to compliment artwork. If I favourited your art just know that i'm astonished, love it, and it really inspires me!
I'm also pretty shy in interactions, I guess. Which is odd because people are supposed to be better socializing on the internet but just know I take every comment and reply to heart! I'll often leave comments and deviations in an open tab for days thinking of something to say and in the end chicken out or realize it's really been a bit too long to reply. Super sorry if you've fallen victim to my terrible awful no good very bad social skills! S':
is cocohooves on all other accounts. If you're up for a gay old time check out my Pinterest and my Twitter
You shan't really bother looking @ my art at the moment, I'm still figuring things out and have no idea how to draw and color digitally. I hope some day to be great, but that will likely be for a while. At this point in my art I relate to the song "When I Grow Up" by the Pussycat Dolls. Good song.
And, if you like online horse games, which I don't, here's my HorseEden anyway
I do not do requests of any kind
Re-inventing AndreiAndrei (formerly Dyusha) has been a character with me for ages. In fact, he's been the first actual full character I had envisioned, or rather he came to me.
It began in 2006 when his initial concept began forming in my then-teen mind.
The concept, summarized succinctly, was as follows:
A young serf boy, the product of a rape crime committed by an aristocrat against a serf woman, is denied his birthright. Later, when older, the boy is falsely accused of two murders when his natural father pins the crimes on the boy. The boy is condemned to Siberia, but escapes by way of a river.
He is later taken in by a Don Cossack widower who then adopts and raises the boy as an actual Cossack of the Don Host.
When he enlists in the Cossack forces, his services ranges from the years of 1790 to 1814, and across from the Balkans/Ottoman Empire to Austria and Poland.
He grows, endure