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I'm a aspiring artist from Washington that specializes in traditional drawings and digital coloring and effects. I've had semi-professional experience with tattoo, graphic design and illustration with some basic knowledge of commission work.

A lot of what I do centers around classic fantasy, mythology, giant monster related science fiction (kaiju) and critters of all kinds.

Real Mood: :iconreimudanceplz:

Art Trades: Closed
Commissions: Closed
Requests: Closed


- Salaruis Wins: -various edits and future campaigns- *ongoing*

- Raifu: *status pending*

- Classic Godzilla Hybrid Design, Final *in progress*

- DCOFL:  'compiled narrative and synopsis conclusion' *in progress*

Salaruis Wins is a cross fictional, multiversal, satirical collab project between me and SirKaijuOfVaudeville.

You can check it out here:


Just a little update. Throughout October I will be doing the 'Yokai a Day' challenge. With me will be my friend and writing partner :iconsirkaijuofvaudeville: . That makes 62 Yokai covered between the two of us. For more information on Yokai and what they are, you can find some solid information here:

Not only are we drawing these Yokai but we are also writing up KAS (Kaiju All Stars) entries for each one so that they may be utilized in a future event and expand the oriental flavor of KAS by a good margin. As such this takes a significant chunk of time everyday and all my other stuff will be on the back burner until the challenge is completed. Otherwise enjoy all the creepy, horrifying and plain weird oddities that will be steadily making their way into my gallery throughout the month.
  • Mood: Zeal
  • Listening to: Zardonic, Bring Back The Glory
  • Watching: Media Cows: Shadow of Mordor Gameplay Walthrough
  • Playing: MH3U

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RenDragonClaw Featured By Owner 12 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm warming up to it. Titan's reveal was pretty epic.
Dragonsmana Featured By Owner 12 hours ago
Definitely, I hope the demo delivers in March lol.
Dragonsmana Featured By Owner 14 hours ago…

Enjoy the holiday lawls.
RenDragonClaw Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's so laughably BAD.
AkityMH Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist… So Johnny reviewed a Indie game that more or less is every Deviant Art and Fur Affinity users wet dream. Holy crap.

I don't get around much so naturally I never even heard of this game until now, and I am surprised at what I see. A fun looking game, inspired by Sonic's original Sega games, dash of Megaman, a hint of I dare say a spinkle of fighting games like Golden Axe? Not the best comparison on the later part, but holy cow...
This game looks fun and I'm tempted to go out of my way to try it. But cant you believe something as common(To us anyway) as Sonic-Style OC's being thrown into a decent Indie Game as of today? It also caters to those who don't care for the story telling by giving you a classic mode.

These sort of games give me hope in individual creators such as story writers, artists, animators, and all from our neck of the woods. Who wouldn't want to end up making something like this? I know I would.
RenDragonClaw Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It sounds like you're trying to lure me into giving support for one topic by advertising another and passing it off as proof.

The game is 'cute' and sound on a technical level, but what does a more or less successful kickstarter have to do with 'our neck of the woods'? A hobbyist can become a professional, but only if they make the effort and choose to think like a professional. DA has both. Imitation is flattery at best and delusion at worst. It does not equal skill or experience. These are things you make for yourself in pursuit of any profession. 'our neck of the woods' by a vast majority lacks that kind of drive. They want the easy answer, the fix it all tutorial, the base collection that's already been rendered for their own customization. They only get the notion of being taken seriously because it increases the sense of self worth that comes from the positive feedback of others. Having a hobby is largely about you and your own enjoyment. Working in a profession is about increasing the enjoyment of OTHERS in whatever capacity it is meant to fill.

The two are fundamentally worlds apart and for good reason.
AkityMH Featured By Owner 20 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Well I figured a lot of us would like to see our creations go into games or books, I guess? You're right, though. I guess I'm just really impressed with the end resulting game that looks and sounds really good.
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