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Rex Aeternus

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Emptiness is actually everywhere. It’s something like 99.9999999999999999999958% of the known universe.
Even an atom is mostly empty space.
...But what if this massive void has a name.


So.

Today marks a quarter of century since I was born. And a greeting card for myself seems like a good gift.

A card with a demiurge hostile to all of creation. Meet the Demiurge, known as Rex Aeternus, or Rex Solus, or Fatum, or simply Erich Schwarz back in his human form, from one of my personal projects, Schwarz.


On my birthday, let me remind you can support me in different ways!

πŸŽ‰ First, I have a patreon! There you can find finished artworks in higher resolution (and a week earlier!), some wips (not all of them are published on other websites), step-by-steps, and sketches.

πŸŽ‰ Also, I have Kofi! You can simply donate a bit if you feel like it.

πŸŽ‰ You can follow me on other websites! So far there is Deviantart, Pixiv, VKontakte, Twitter, Instagram, Pillowfort.

οΈπŸŽ‰ And you can tell your friends about me and my artworks, of course!


Thank you!

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Ryouhiko-Ankuu responds:

It's muffler though! Just tied that way.

My, the line art on this very extravagant! it a very cool piece and the pink strands zipping all over the piece are very mystifying and pleasing to look at.

Ryouhiko-Ankuu responds:

Thanks! It's not only strands of blood but also cause and effect relations within the universe.

Oh joyest day!
Oh joyest day!
A friend of mine was born today!
I wish my friend all the best!
And may god guide you through the rest!
You are strong and also smart!
Something people are not in walmart!
May your birthday be good and great
Becuase this art five stars i will rate!

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