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I think I ate raw pork by Phyllis Socklemad - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 10:00:25 EST ID:azwYom1T No.52171 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I made some Scotch eggs about a week ago. They all came out fine and perfect, except for the very first one that I tested. The egg was totally cooked, all the cheese was melted, and the majority of the sausage was cooked brown. But there was, I guess, I decent sized red spot. I decided it was fine. I just put it in the microwave for a bit, and then ate it.

There were five more eggs after that. Four of my friends ate one each, and all of them are fine. I ate the last one, which was perfectly brown.

But anyways, I've been shitting my brains out for like three days. When will this end? Before the shitting I spent a whole day just laying on the floor in pain. I feel a lot better but, you know, still shitting out all of my liquids. I've been drinking Gatorade, I guess it helps.

I'll post a picture of the good egg from my phone.
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Phyllis Socklemad - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 10:01:38 EST ID:azwYom1T No.52172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oopsies, this is the wrong board
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Augustus Pendlewatch - Sat, 15 Jul 2017 10:04:12 EST ID:9nCGNIeI No.52173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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egg anyways
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Cardassian Prohibition Party - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 03:00:25 EST ID:7zv9EWCf No.52180 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52173
That looks fine to me. I'm not a licensed medical doctor, but nonetheless I prescribe medical marijuana for your treatment.
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Eugene Clorrywatch - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 12:00:01 EST ID:azwYom1T No.52182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52180
thanks doctor, it was tasty

that's the cooked egg tho, not the raw one
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Nigel Goodman - Wed, 19 Jul 2017 01:53:34 EST ID:G/lH0nVX No.52195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52171
Modern pork is very unlikely to have trichinosis, the main culprit in causing us and our ancestors to be warey of pork. Pork is now so safe because of the updated technology and medical knowledge. I've even read reports that it's perfectly safe to eat pork medium rare now. I personally cook it through because that's just the taste i prefer in my pork.


You guys inspired me big-time by Cardassian Prohibition Party - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:20:32 EST ID:7zv9EWCf No.52154 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking at all the awesome artwork on here inspired me. I had some free time just now so I decided to start a portrait painting for some practice. I rough sketched out what I wanted first onto some oil painting paper. Pic related (sorry for shitty flash, I suck at photography).
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Phyllis Biblingstock - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 17:42:44 EST ID:xL1U0h/M No.52185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52184
>>they
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Cardassian Prohibition Party - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 00:26:45 EST ID:7zv9EWCf No.52188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52185
museum curators and auction houses and the like
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Fanny Surringsire - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 23:00:04 EST ID:xL1U0h/M No.52192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52188
>>old wizards
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Henry Deggleshit - Tue, 18 Jul 2017 17:00:28 EST ID:Fp09K9P7 No.52193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>52192

>Wisenheimers
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Fucking Porringwell - Tue, 18 Jul 2017 20:29:38 EST ID:xL1U0h/M No.52194 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52193
:}


New New "New Works" Thread by Betsy Cebblespear - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 05:14:22 EST ID:zJ9QYZUz No.51450 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looks like the last one stopped bumping! So time for a new fresh thread.

Post your new work here!
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Hugh Hunkinkeck - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 20:17:52 EST ID:RedKWsYV No.52186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52168
>>52169
Thanks a lot for the feedback!
I'm not 100% happy with it either.

But i like the idea (it's inspired by a track from our upcoming album), so i think i'll be touching it up

>>52165
>>52166
Cool!
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Caroline Nicklestone - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 06:56:42 EST ID:pCoXkE3I No.52189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52177
That looks like a ton of work, how long did that take to make?
I really like the pattern
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Alice Drocklestatch - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 08:33:28 EST ID:xQLQUxA6 No.52190 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52189

Hey, thanks. ive been working on another audio visual installation project at the same time as this because i began disliking this work when i fucked up the 3rd layer so it took longer than it should have and ended up taking me about a month and a half due to pure laziness and apathy toward it which i feel really shows when you hit the triangle layer. it should have only taken two weeks.

ive actually considered pulling the canvas off and using the frame for my next painting if im 100% honest with you.

one thing i really liked about this painting is how each layer changed the overall colour of the work, like it started out with the washed out very stripped back reds and light purple then when i did the wave layer it changed it then when i did the straight lines it changed it again and triangles again, so if the painting was a success in any way is was learning about that.

i dunno... i end up disliking about 85% of my paintings, but i tend to enjoy making them. i guess i live for the 15%.
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Clara Sozzleham - Mon, 17 Jul 2017 10:13:03 EST ID:1KM2CVYn No.52191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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drew this with no reference, put it in a frame i bought at a yard sale

it really ties the room together
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Shitting Hizzlepodge - Thu, 20 Jul 2017 00:47:23 EST ID:xQLQUxA6 No.52196 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52191

i like it! i love it in the frame it makes it look so contemporary with the side cut off and the blue background it looks really cool. amazing form on the tree and nice colour for the clouds, great work!


Not a pipe by Loots - Wed, 28 Jun 2017 03:50:50 EST ID:kY+LGSpR No.52131 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That is all.
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Frederick Crirringwell - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 20:42:44 EST ID:xL1U0h/M No.52159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52131
this isn't not bullshit


Figure Drawing etc by Fanny Brookdock - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 07:53:34 EST ID:djkDGKXL No.51352 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi /art/. I'm trying to motivate myself back into digital painting. Here are a few pictures that I made.
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Nemo - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 17:00:12 EST ID:4l7Z7ujJ No.52150 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Another figure. This one is no reference.
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Nemo - Mon, 10 Jul 2017 20:00:56 EST ID:4l7Z7ujJ No.52151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Cardassian Prohibition Party - Tue, 11 Jul 2017 08:00:25 EST ID:7zv9EWCf No.52152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52151

Good work. Let me suggest a great free resource to help with your proportions, to help with realism.

https://ia801608.us.archive.org/8/items/andrew-loomis-drawing-the-head-hands/andrew-loomis-drawing-the-head-hands.pdf
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Nemo - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 00:23:29 EST ID:4l7Z7ujJ No.52153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52152
Hi, thanks for the suggestion. I've got a whole package of Loomis ebooks handy. I've browsed through them off and on over the years, but never committed myself to seriously studying them, unfortunately. They're just so full of a lot of information that it's rather overwhelming. Maybe someday. Loomis was one of the major contributing figures that got me out of that "anime/manga esque" drawing phase during my early teenage years. Not to shun anime or manga or anything. Just sayin'.
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Cardassian Prohibition Party - Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:26:23 EST ID:7zv9EWCf No.52156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52153

Nemo, I do love your work. I'm glad I popped in here I'm gonna have a lot of fun here.


Storing My paintings by Samuel Mirryridge - Fri, 07 Apr 2017 21:22:18 EST ID:P6LrGxmp No.51943 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What is a good way to store a lot of paintings.
I don't have those shelves like those in a studio classroom.
I also don't have the space to build them, my studio is a bedroom/office/studio.
How do I store my paintings from large to small.
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Wesley Goodwill - Sun, 25 Jun 2017 14:41:16 EST ID:svSzGJtH No.52124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52122
>Selling non-commissioned art is disingenuous at best.
Not really sure what you mean but maybe I know the feeling you're describing. The idea of trying to sell my art makes me uneasy, as it's all a very personal process. But I know that great work comes from a place like this and I happily buy art from friends knowing that they aren't commissioned for me specifically.
If someone wants to give me money for something that I worked hard on, and they'll genuinely appreciate having it, that's pretty rad and seems like a balanced trade.
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Clara Cerrylire - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 16:50:56 EST ID:49j8Al2J No.52127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52123
Well, if you're trying to convey an emotion with your art, not sharing it at least with your friends kinda defeats the purpose.
Unless that's not your agenda.
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Martin Cidgefuck - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 07:06:01 EST ID:Fp09K9P7 No.52129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So this is kind of a tangent but along the lines so I'll shoot.

Releasing works posthumously, or destroying/leaving a final will to destroy your work; thoughts?
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Alice Wissleson - Thu, 29 Jun 2017 15:04:38 EST ID:svSzGJtH No.52135 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52129
I would much rather have the unfinished work released, like DFW. leave behind a mystery and room for speculation.
personally I look forward to death and only hope that I have created enough art of interest before then that at least someone will find it interesting or hopefully inspiring.
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Phoebe Nammerson - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 03:35:40 EST ID:cvZMO/Du No.52136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52060
>The worst place your art can be is in storage.
I agree I like to give it away.

>>52122
I've never heard of Van Gogh,Picasso or Salvador Dali only making comissioned art. We all can't have our Peggy Guggenheims or Medici's.

Honestly I thought this thread died a long time ago.


TCC by Caroline Bemmlefuck - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 02:37:30 EST ID:5tHTQ4sO No.51771 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I drew TCC tan cause I havnt seen anyone draw her in a while, hope you like it :U
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Caroline Bemmlefuck - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 02:41:25 EST ID:5tHTQ4sO No.51772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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smaller version?
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Albert Hankinfot - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 21:44:54 EST ID:aRgMJVkg No.51781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I need to get off my lazy ass and do that. Been putting it off because of Star Wars OC's, and some other character shit.
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Hedda Brookcocke - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 12:08:17 EST ID:hRARIOHO No.51786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
good job. there really isn't enough well drawn tcc chan pictures.
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Eliza Cellerville - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 00:15:20 EST ID:Na9MZ6Al No.52121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I was just about to do something similar, that's really good anon <3


angry by Fuck Cendersore - Wed, 24 May 2017 17:37:19 EST ID:5wxo+caF No.52063 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Shit Pallerbed - Mon, 12 Jun 2017 18:35:22 EST ID:svSzGJtH No.52110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
spiteful bump because this thread is garbage and should be heralded as such


Pencils for artsy activities by Samuel Chundlewedge - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 09:44:47 EST ID:yt2tS6SF No.51802 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, so i'm getting into drawing with actual physical pencils instead of a tablet.
I go to a website, start browsing and am suddenly faced with a shitload of choices of pencils and markers.

This example here is drawn with your everyday pen stolen from an office.
I like how it feels.

What do you prefer/recommend?
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Frederick Sabberridge - Mon, 01 May 2017 03:59:55 EST ID:yt2tS6SF No.52013 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Any suggestions on what to use to fill stuff out?
These aren't very practical, when it comes to that obviously
>>51988
Thanks a lot <3
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Frederick Sabberridge - Mon, 01 May 2017 04:21:51 EST ID:yt2tS6SF No.52014 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52013
By the way, i sold the above picture!
This is the second one i've sold. The one before was bought by a band to be an album cover

Check them out, if you like some COSMODELIC stuff!
https://multishiva.bandcamp.com/album/time-messer
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Eugene Crittingham - Wed, 24 May 2017 03:37:36 EST ID:svSzGJtH No.52061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I like mechanical pencils, particularly if they have a nice weight to them. I've been using these pentel 'graphgear' .9mm pencils for a while, and it feels weird to use anything else. i kinda stress out if i want to draw and only have a lesser, plastic or wood pencil but i digress.
seems many people use wood pencils of varying hardness for shading and such, but i just like to pencil in lines before i ink them, and can get a good shade going with the mechanical pencil anyway.
feels good man.
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Ian Clittingnetch - Sun, 11 Jun 2017 15:28:24 EST ID:JPE0GKfN No.52106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pigma micron for pens
tombow mono for pencils
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Hugh Hunkinkeck - Sun, 16 Jul 2017 20:20:53 EST ID:RedKWsYV No.52187 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks a shitload for all the responses!
These micron pens might be exactly what i would enjoy


Photography by Nigel Clussleridge - Wed, 01 Jul 2015 00:22:30 EST ID:XeKMmZJP No.49397 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm guessing we don't have a photography board, so this seems like the appropriate place to post. I've always preferred drawing and still spend most of my time doing that, but I also have a side passion for taking pictures. I went looking through my gallery and saw some I really like, so I thought I would share some and hopefully see some from you guys too.
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Simon Gaffingham - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 11:25:33 EST ID:mk4i2R1r No.52087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm kind of new to photography but I recently bought a Fujifilm mirrorless camera, an x-a10. I used to have an old analog Practica which I really enjoyed taking pictures with, took it on holiday with me, was surprised by how good the quality was but dismayed at the price of developing pictures. So now I've bought this fujifilm to pick up the old hobby. However, I think the ability to shoot hundreds and hundreds of pictures is already affecting my choice and care for shots. I kind of feel like this is the only good shot out of 90 in my first day in Tokyo. I got plenty of time to get better though...
any tips anyone?
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Hedda Gannerhit - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 13:11:43 EST ID:G/lH0nVX No.52088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>52087
Never thought of it that way. Never used analog film though, I mean besides being a kid in the 90s and using disposables. When I shoot something, I'll shoot it 4 or 5 times, because it's hard to tell exactly when it's in focus (idk if it's just my eyes or if it's a factor of the dslr camera viewfinder.). I just sift through them later and toss all the duds, keeping the cream.
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Martha Bardfoot - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 18:39:11 EST ID:PrYxqnx7 No.52091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>52086

Hell yeah. Me too, dude. I meant to compliment you on those shots btw

This is a some of the one I posted after messing around with levels
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Martha Bardfoot - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 18:39:57 EST ID:PrYxqnx7 No.52092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>52091
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Martha Bardfoot - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 18:41:06 EST ID:PrYxqnx7 No.52093 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>52092


https://deepart.io/ by yakity sax - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 21:02:17 EST ID:JfqY3EbK No.51409 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is a website that uses an algorithm to put your choice of image (A) in the style of image (B)

In this picture I used an anime girl for (A) and a dollar bill for (B)

FAQ:
>Does it cost money?
Not unless you want your image done in 15 mins or less. It =IS= free but takes approx. 5 hours due to the large amount of people using the service for free. There is also a watermark when you are done, but i shooped it out of pic related.

>Will this replace artists in the future?
Not even close. The algorithm is pretty much only useful for making concepts to work from and "I wonder what x would look like mixed with y"

>Is there a limit to how many you can process at once?
Nope! I literally have 64 images of asuka from evangelion to be processed in 64 different styles (to be completed in roughly 4 hours 33 mins) which I will post when completed so as to give a better idea of how this site can ideally be used.
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Basil Buzzdale - Fri, 09 Dec 2016 15:21:31 EST ID:5iLjmHlh No.51411 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Will this replace artists in the future?
Not even close.
>when can we finally replace artists in the future?
not soon enough.
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Wesley Honeydock - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 22:22:33 EST ID:hrceBVD/ No.51495 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51409

So where are the 64 Asukas?
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Edwin Finkinchetch - Wed, 24 May 2017 13:57:08 EST ID:jwJrD1Tr No.52062 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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did i do it right
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Edwin Nodgelore - Wed, 24 May 2017 18:50:15 EST ID:xQLQUxA6 No.52064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>52062
#damnitfeelsgoodtobeanartist
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Betsy Claywill - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 23:18:07 EST ID:gdm12Tqi No.52090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>51409

Well you've had well beyond your 4'33 Mr Cage lets see the Asukas, I've been waiting for half a year


art by Sidney Murdwell - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 16:25:41 EST ID:1vDlYW+d No.52089 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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photographs women with strong jawlines.......


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