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Nov 4, 2009 | 10:53 PM EST
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1385 x 1839 px
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Made this for someone i love :)

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TheAutocratTheAutocrat

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this

however, my opinion may be a little bias ue to Dexter being my favorite show/book.



VegetarianMeatVegetarianMeat

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow!

This would look great hanging over my bed! Oh wait...

:D



JoexPJoexP

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hey that's good!

A fellow Dexter fan? O=
Needless to say I really like this. I've read the books, watched the show, etc.
And it's nice to a girl drawing someone other than Twilight characters and random japanese guys. I know, big generalization there. Sorry <__<

Anyways, I've noticed while watching the show that the "Dexter" written in the books is quite different from the "Dexter" portrayed in the television series. It's almost getting to the point where I feel the show is losing the core ideals that Dexter embodies. All for the sake of entertaining television, of course. But hey, maybe he is meant to get less anti-social and "evolve".

So, nice artwork and keep it up :D


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katouZ responds:

Thanks, and yeah i completely understand what your talking about with the whole twilight/Japanese thing girls are into, but whatever clearly that's not my style.

And yeah my boyfriend got me into Dexter, he loves the show, which is why i made him this painting. And like you said the series is quite different from the book, and well you shouldn't be surprised that's always the case, also ratings seem to be more important these days.

But anyways,
thanks for the review! :)