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My good friend :iconlloydg: has done me the great and undeserved honor of writing about my work. Since I was born utterly without that gene which spurs one to self-promotion, I can only express my sincere appreciation for his great effort on so meager a subject, and to point any and all who may be interested

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:bulletgreen:Want to hear me getting yelled at in the 8th grade?



:bulletred: My Prints! :bulletred:
My Prints will HEAL you.
It's a fact. If you suffer from an over abundance of cash and an under abundance of prints, my prints will definitely HEAL you. Be Healed:nod:


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Here we are living in time you and I. Yesterday is gone. We are waiting for tomorrow. And the present moment eludes us even as we try to grasp it.

God lives in eternity, where there is no yesterday. There is no tomorrow. God is not waiting for the sunset or the dawn. God lives in the eternal now where there is neither past nor future.

God sees you and me at this moment, not just as we are now, but already dead and buried and judged, and safely home with Him forever with life behind us. This God sees now as you and I are worrying and fretting about a future that may never come.

It makes us dizzy even to think about it.

— Fr. Leo Clifford


Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
Current Residence: Nuuk
deviantWEAR sizing preference: I suppose whatever fits.
Print preference: "Sold"
Favourite genre of music: Indie, trip hop, the French Baroque ....
Favourite photographer: J4n3T, David Hamilton
Favourite style of art: The kind that ruins your clothes and shoes.
Operating System: XP
MP3 player of choice: The one that doesn't crash
Shell of choice: People always put a silly answer here.
Wallpaper of choice: Any who have put up wallpaper know that after having done so they hate all wallpaper.
Skin of choice: People always put a silly answer here.
Favourite cartoon character: Klondike Kat
Personal Quote: "No". That pretty much covers everything.




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PantherModern23 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
nicoalspooky Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
please energetically transfer some of your talent with paints to me...
images in my head i cannot free into this third dimension- not without proper execution! how does one master the mind to canvas synchronicity?
kolaboy Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
By thinking as little as possible.
nicoalspooky Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hmm thats my usual technique actually.. you ever taken any classes or has it always been intuitive? or a lil both?
kolaboy Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Completely self-taught. Unlearning linear thought was the beginning of wisdom.
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