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homo-nerd-grizz:

zanabism:

peteseeger:

originalzipperalmondrebel:

tariqah:

Americans be like: My grandpa 😠😠😠 served in the Korean War 😠😠😠 and killed 9 people 😠😠😠 to fund his college degree in clownery 😠😠😠 Respect him or leave the country 😡😡😡🤬🤬🤬

That’s a super light story huh? My great grandfather got killed in action from a land mine to protect this country. If you don’t wanna respect the history or stand for a national anthem😁then leave to your peaceful home and fuck right off

How did your great grandpa stepping on a landmine protect this country

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Posted 22 weeks ago

Here's to new beginnings and long overdue endings. (Except) - 05/22/2009

Posted by Natiq Jalil on Sunday, June 12, 2011 Under: Retro blogs
***This was a long blog speaking about some of my personal feelings that were affecting my art at the time. I cut out all of the personal stuff and just left the art. The original post can be viewed here: 

All melancholia aside… here are some of my recent pieces. Feel free to comment on them, if you so please. You can comment on me also. There’s very little I haven’t heard yet. I can take it.

This is the Logo I designed for Darkholme’s Paradise:

DP-Full-Logo-web

This is Melancholy from Darkholme’s Paradise:
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This is Sodom, from Darkholme’s Paradise: 
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Here are some of my works in progress:
Facade-2-web

I’ve been in a Venetian mask mood I guess.

Facade-1-web
 
There are words that go with this last one here:

My smile is for the world. 
My anger and pain are for you only. 
Only you know my true face… 
Promise me… 
Always return to me… 
even if it hurts.”


Natiq…


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Until Next time. 

Natiq…


 

In : Retro blogs 


Tags: "art" "blog" "darkholme's paradise" "doujin" "natiq jalil" "novel" 
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