that is all
The old oak tree was swaying in the afternoon breeze. And the sky was calm. The larger of the two horses urinated for nearly thirty seconds in a particularly dry section of dirt. The powdery surface quickly gave way to the force of the urine stream and formed a shallow crater of mud that held the liquid - and appeared as a partially buried bowl of hot cider. I thought to myself "well..might be", as I had given the horse an apple not more than an hour ago. A crow laughed from the tallest branch of the old oak tree. I paid my electric bill and watched, thru the thinnest sliver, I watched, with one palm resting on a letter opener.
Who's up for an NG Virginia Meet?
What's with the shaky cam action shots in all of the Bourne movies?
Here's a sketch I did using the graffiti application on my facebook profile I forgot I had. Since everyone I know hasn't seen me in a year or two and thinks that I might never have existed in the first place, I'll share it with the 1.4 people that visit my NG profile every week ;D (the 1 in the 1.4 is me)
Summary: "Not bad...needs work"
Well, since I'm giving you such a low score, I'll offer you some constructive criticism that will hopefully be useful to you, the artist. Before I get started, I'd just like to announce that this review space is not a place for anyone to act like a total asshole. So take a long lick of sweat mixed with ass runoff. I'm talking from the scrotum, all the way down the taint... slowly mind you, and ending inside the anus most likely snagging a couple pubes in your teeth on the way. I hope someone smashes your hip with a cinderblock. There are only so many times you can fail before you fall into deep depression. I feel very good about that. I've got some kind of, I guess you'd call it a fetish, yeah I'd say I have a fetish about that - young adults and teenage brats who fall deep into depression and, like in your case, when it becomes obvious. I like that. And I like that it's you.
Flash Movie: TTA LampShades
Review Score: 1 / 10
God watching over me in Virginia. (His lense fell out and caused Eddie Griffin to crash into a train.)