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I do mostly B & W freehand sketches, except when I do digital coloring and occasionally a real life coloring.
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I Am Hate by A-M-A-P
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Striking piece. You first see an image of this humongous beast, with flames jutting from its mouth. The flames can be traced as sort of...

Sorrow by Ardate
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Purely amazing. Do you have any idea how much skill it takes to use pencils like this? This piece gives you no shortage of detail avail...

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SaintOfTheDragons
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Artist | Student | Traditional Art
United States
I am 18, a student in art as well as the Liberal Arts, a musician as well as a musical appreciator, Roman-Catholic, and very, very pleased to meet you. :)


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Shingeki no Kyojin - Punch in the face .gif by SetoNami Shingeki no Kyojin - Arm body slam .gif by SetoNami Shingeki no Kyojin - Running Titan .gif by SetoNami

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Sketch Comm Lite
A very light, easy and inexpensive sketch commission. Done in graphite. Please provide adequate information on the subject you want drawn.
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Syphon by SaintOfTheDragons Woman4 - The Half-Kitsune by SaintOfTheDragons
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:bulletgreen: Will draw varying amt of characters
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50:points: = $0.50 US
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The Fabled Elite Class by SaintOfTheDragons
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Superhero Sketch 11-3-14 by SaintOfTheDragons Untitled Character Drawing by SaintOfTheDragons Jack Halfdead 11-4-14 by SaintOfTheDragons Spydr Superhero Sketch 11-6-14 by SaintOfTheDragons
A detailed sketch with deep lines and detailed shading. Background available upon request.
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:bulletgreen: Will draw 1-2 characters.
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100:points: = $1 US
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MythicKnights Contest Entry - Selfie by SaintOfTheDragons

Lines, shading, and coloring, done traditionally, all for the price below.
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500:points: = approx $5.00 US
A lesson I learned today: Don't just pick up R-rated titles off of shelves and bring them home to watch.
Alright, okay, this may be an obvious rule of thumb for some. Personally, for most of my life I've never really seen the need to watch anything more than a PG-13 until mostly recently. PG-13 you can practically pull off of the shelves and watch, so I suppose I haven't really made that mental transition from: "Ooooh, shiny, lemme buy it". Anyone can tell, though, that the more recent the R-title, the more gratuitous.

So why am I talking about it? Well for me, "The Interview" initiated it, "Kingsman" sealed it. The "R" rating is so much more lenient now then it's ever been, due in no small part to the fact that we are becoming so incredibly desensitized (ahem, "as a society", if I may try an overused and trite cliche). The Matrix is practically family-friendly. Tombstone- forget it, could show it to a kindergarten class and get away with it (you know that now a public school was bringing middle-schoolers into XXX video shops for sex ed~ little fun fact for you all, but I digress).

I'm talking about it because it requires discussion. People can throw around any of the unfounded titles demeaning my mental fortitude, but once you've opened yourself to certain things you cannot be closed to them; a sheer fact of life. I read in a philosophy book: "The more you see it, the more you like it." If it isn't obvious enough, the existence of careers such as Quentin Tarantino's are based on the truth that people have seen "it" too much.

It's not to say that Kingsman was a bad, bad, finger-wagging shame. It was quite well made, and very entertaining- it was merely a few spots that were dark enough to blot out its most shining moments. After all, what form of sick entertainment could I obtain from seeing everyone killing everyone right before witnessing a man's living face impaled on a wood spike? Brutal realism? Perhaps. A need to see my violet impulses vented? Less likely. Regardless- can't frigging unsee it.

Tsch. It's late. I should just stop thinking.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Watching: Kingsman

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A lesson I learned today: Don't just pick up R-rated titles off of shelves and bring them home to watch.
Alright, okay, this may be an obvious rule of thumb for some. Personally, for most of my life I've never really seen the need to watch anything more than a PG-13 until mostly recently. PG-13 you can practically pull off of the shelves and watch, so I suppose I haven't really made that mental transition from: "Ooooh, shiny, lemme buy it". Anyone can tell, though, that the more recent the R-title, the more gratuitous.

So why am I talking about it? Well for me, "The Interview" initiated it, "Kingsman" sealed it. The "R" rating is so much more lenient now then it's ever been, due in no small part to the fact that we are becoming so incredibly desensitized (ahem, "as a society", if I may try an overused and trite cliche). The Matrix is practically family-friendly. Tombstone- forget it, could show it to a kindergarten class and get away with it (you know that now a public school was bringing middle-schoolers into XXX video shops for sex ed~ little fun fact for you all, but I digress).

I'm talking about it because it requires discussion. People can throw around any of the unfounded titles demeaning my mental fortitude, but once you've opened yourself to certain things you cannot be closed to them; a sheer fact of life. I read in a philosophy book: "The more you see it, the more you like it." If it isn't obvious enough, the existence of careers such as Quentin Tarantino's are based on the truth that people have seen "it" too much.

It's not to say that Kingsman was a bad, bad, finger-wagging shame. It was quite well made, and very entertaining- it was merely a few spots that were dark enough to blot out its most shining moments. After all, what form of sick entertainment could I obtain from seeing everyone killing everyone right before witnessing a man's living face impaled on a wood spike? Brutal realism? Perhaps. A need to see my violet impulses vented? Less likely. Regardless- can't frigging unsee it.

Tsch. It's late. I should just stop thinking.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Watching: Kingsman

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kiew1 Featured By Owner May 29, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for adding Things to do to your favourites!!:) (Smile)
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NativeShadow Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome username and art! :huggle: Keep up the good work!
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SaintOfTheDragons Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks so much! I most definitely will. :)
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NativeShadow Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're very welcome< 3
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bayzee Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks for the llama!
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SaintOfTheDragons Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You are welcome. XD
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Xeno-Sapian Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015
Thank you for the Walking llama :happybounce: .
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SaintOfTheDragons Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
You're welcome. :)
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Calypso1977 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you so much for the :+fav:!! :) :heart: :hug:
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SaintOfTheDragons Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
No problem, as always. :)
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