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shebid

OLD. I think I drew this when my house burnt up n stuff back in like.. 09.

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  • QuakerNinja

    QuakerNinja

    What an adorable nose. I hope those splatters didn't take to long, whatever the time it was well worth it.

    Jul 17th, 2011 Reply
  • leiko

    leiko

    This looks fun. I like the blocky style. Your house burnt up? Sounds like Paranormal Activity. You might want to get that checked out.

    Jul 16th, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      lmao, it was my fault -.-

      Jul 16th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • leiko

      leiko

      You are supposed to blame the cat. Geez, never commit murder, k?

      Jul 16th, 2011 Reply
  • HellOnAStick

    HellOnAStick

    wait...you caught the house on fire on Easter? thats a sign lol theres a story here for certain.

    Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      A story indeed, that perhaps calls for a wall-o-text, and considering I've just gotten home from a graveyard, I will save you that wall-o-text for when I've woken up from my slumber :B Just make a reply to remind me haha.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      Ok. I hope the graveyard was not terrible. Do tell.

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      Certainly you remember Radiopooh, from dA? He had comissioned me to vexel a portrait of him, and God bless his soul, how I do hate to speak ill of the deceased, he was a perverted man. (At least towards me. I recall being in a skype call with a few dA folk, and him being one of him. He was /too/ excited upon my mentioning that I was 18.) So yeah, his portrait being up in my photoshop for long amounts of time was not desired -- however, he did already pay me and I put it off for far to long.

      I went to work on it, but stopped because I was hungry. OF COURSE, Nothing to eat, as per usual, except a back of frozen okra in the freezer. I began heating the oil, then, like a dumbass, I went to continue on my commissioned vexel. I didn't quite realize how quickly time passes when you do stuff like that. I smelled something wretched, so I headed to the kitchen and well.. there was an uproar of flames all the way from the stove through the roof. I was home alone, so yanno, I panicked and cried for a minute before grabbing the phone.

      Worst 3-4 months of my life, waiting on our house to be rebuilt. Going from the good side of town to cracktown, not exactly my idea of fantastic haha.

      Long story short, Radiopooh burned my house down :0

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      I don't know that name off hand....but I'm not so great with screen names. I didn't know that you were that young..you have very good typing and communicating skills. Not to condescend, but as a writer, i value that. Grease fires can do that...I recall my mother doing something similar when I was a child....then Out came the extinguisher! haha my father never let her live that down.
      I did not know that he had passed. How strange it is to know people in a way, about their lives, and to then hear, through email or whatever that they've passed on....Its very easy to forget that there's a living, breathing soul on the other end of the screen....

      Jun 21st, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      I appreciate you noticing my vocabulary! I do not find that condescending whatsoever, for I rather value one who takes notice to correctness in grammar, spelling and punctuation. It's always been something I've most-enjoyed since childhood. I'm 20 now, but sometimes people through the web still think that's weird or young or whatever.

      My family has had a grease-fire before, both of my parents got 3rd degree burns in the act of putting it out -_- (Hello, mom, we don't put WATER on a grease fire. And dad, c'mon, that goddamn pan is HOT!) but luckily, it didn't cause quite the same amount of damage.

      You know, I agree, it IS strange. I didn't know him all too well, but I communicated with him quite often -- after a long hiatus on dA, I received a comment on the portrait I did of him and that's when I saw that he had passed. Although it is both common, and inevitable, death, to me, is something I will never comprehend...

      I appreciate you putting up with my wall-o-texts! You have such conversation-engaging responses.

      Jun 22nd, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      Thanks for your response...I kind of hate to do this in your artwork, feel free to delete if you like. :) that adrenaline rush sometimes skews our thinking...I know I've done some things that were very questionable when I thought the world was ending. lol.

      Jun 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      I don't really mind >.> If we can discuss death because a piece influenced it, then it's alright in my book.

      Y'know, if I were to somehow know 100% for certain that the world was going to end tomorrow, I would be, by far, the least sober person you have ever met. I've never done a psychedelic, why not try 'em all =D

      Jun 23rd, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      good point. at least you'd die with a sense of peace and wonder that you hadn't had since birth...wheres the trouble with that?

      Jun 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      Wow...never have I thought about it that way, but true you are! I'd never otherwise experiment with them (something about tripping for SEVERAL hours on end rubs me the wrong way)....well, except for DMT. I'd be down with DMT if DMT agreed with my wallet.

      Jun 23rd, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      30 minutes of peaking....hm....I've never been sure if that would be a good thing. Terrance Mckenna seemed to think it was the thing to do.

      Jun 23rd, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      A good friend of mine who trips... seriously, weekly. I'll send him a fb message "Sup" and it'll be shrooms, dmt, lsd or something else that's equally as crazy. He's spoke so many good things about DMT, how it is spiritual, otherworldly and life-changing -- and how for him, trips last 5-10 minutes, and afterwords, he is perfectly capable of real life. Seems like a dream drug to me, other than the fact that.. it's a kick in the pants price-wise.

      Jun 24th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      I wish i knew someone with those connections. lol

      Jun 24th, 2011 Reply
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  • LeAnne

    LeAnne

    This is great - I really like this style! I love her nose :) The background is very cool too - great depth.
    Your house burnt up? :O

    May 12th, 2011 Reply
    • shebid

      shebid

      Thanks! Yep I caught it on fire on easter :X

      May 12th, 2011 Reply Subscriber
  • Dynnnad

    Dynnnad

    Ah, that looks pretty cool!! :D

    May 12th, 2011 Reply