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Alrighty, folks.

Life's been pretty damn hectic. So, here's the shorten version of the past couple months of my life:

1. School started end of August, ended like a week or so ago (I lose track of these things among my adventures)
2. I moved. That was a battle in itself!
3. Tiny person. She's a force of nature. Growin' like wisteria on a trellis in humid Mobile, Alabama. Ten times as wild, too. Can't tell you where she got that from ;)
4. Oh hey, it's the holidays and we survived another Apocalypse.
5. I'm now a tattooist. Hurrah! Tattooing is the most amazing thing. I have produced a lot more art because of it. My only tiny, teeny problem being that I don't have a scanner to share this art with you. Now that this is the holiday season, I'm spending the majority of it with my family, so I have access to said scanner. Expect art in the near future. I promise, for real this time.

Uhm, I now patch out and decorate/embellish psychobilly/punk vests. They're way cool. I'll have to share mine with you all C: And I sew this pretty amazing aprons with my twin. She's ballin'. We'll share those with you, too.

I'm workin' on a request in my spare time of a anatomically correct Leela from Futurama, so that should be posted after Christmas.

Sorry you all have been kept in the dark for so long. I'll be better to you in the future!
  • Listening to: Chicago!
  • Watching: First season of Dr. Who!!
  • Drinking: Moscato... then juice... then ginger ale...

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Tess Pietra
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Thank you for the +fav. :sun:
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Coriacea Jan 10, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
You are most welcome!
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Requests for expanding horizons? This would surely expand it albeit why? I am curious about the realistic fanart of Groening's mutated-cyclops, Leela. Given the anatomy of a cyclops, could its face be attractive as Turanga Leela's is supposed to be. Most artists do not worry about it and draw the normal nose as if there were bone separating the eye orbits or leave no room for the six eye muscles or just put the eye in a turned-head where we would only see one of the normal two. Some of the Greeks, and later artists, did the same thing with Polyphemus but given that being ugly would not seem out of place, others portrayed him with short and very wide noses or leaving the orbits unfilled and putting the eye in the middle of his forehead. Can you make an attractive Leela given her theoretical anatomical requirements?
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Coriacea Dec 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Took me a moment to grasp what was going on here: a request! Well, sir, you've asked the right person as I happen to be a biologist and and artist. It is possible, and I'll do my best to render it as such. Give me some time, and I'll show you what you're looking for.
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A biosci: Yay. An artiste: Yay. Combined: Très cool. I shall wait patiently but w/ bated breath. t, biologist-librarian and am currently taking care of raptors and running a small special library in history and do more genealogy reference queries than I thought was theoretically possible.
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Coriacea Dec 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Theoretically, I find that nothing should be impossible, nor should the curiosity of the general public ever be underestimated. Raptors are darling creatures. I prefer shelled reptiles, but I'll take a derived counterpart when herps aren't available. As of right now, I'm a tattooist and a student, and I work with herps when I can grab the chance. I have an initial drawing drafted up of Leela; I'll work on the second version tomorrow, should time permit!
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totalexistancefail Nov 14, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
:iconsneakylionplz:
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Coriacea Nov 14, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Psssh, you aren't sneaky.
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totalexistancefail Nov 14, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
No, but the lion is.
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Coriacea Nov 14, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
true story.
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