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The Reaper of Modernity

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A self-portrait of some kind maybe? I dunno I drew this a while ago. I was in New York, in a park, there was lots of naked babies and champagne. I can't really say much more.

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Really cool

But youll need bigger staks, and shiny ones to atract them

I thought something WAY different..

Dude I thought the one in the middle was Obama and the one that you cannot see was clinton..

I could have sworn the devil was fueling their thoughts while they aimlessly floated about with no clear idea of their goals and a man laid out tacks for them to fail on.

But I have just been reading into alot of political stuff latley so that explains it!

UNDERNATION responds:

yes.....um, there's no political statement here at all (cough cough.). Is it hot in here?

Stylish and Abstract

I love the nonsensical work you've done here. It doesn't make much sense, but it's a treat for the eyes, which more than makes up for it. And besides, you can't go wrong with a flying unicycle!

UNDERNATION responds:

...with blades for a wheel, very important. :)

I like it.

Sylistically, this is top-notch work. I love the way the unicycle looks, and how he's holding what look like ends of an accordion or glockenspiels, yet there's nothing in between them. The expression of the middle face is priceless.
Very good work.

UNDERNATION responds:

Thanks thanks, I tried to make a concertina skeleton, very hard it turns out.

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