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Holding Paws Otters for sale :D by Naoru
Holding Paws Otters for sale :D
www.etsy.com/uk/listing/266492…

These hand crafted otters have magnets in their paws so that they can hold paws! :D I'm putting up limited slots for these on etsy ^^

Choose which colours you'd like, and then give one otter to your partner or friend, and keep the other for yourself!

They will be custom made to order so you're able to choose the colours you'd like for your pair of otters. When you have made your order, your otters will be made, completed and sent off within 4 working days of the order.

They are about 5" big, made from super soft minky, with strong magnets added to one of their paws.
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  • Listening to: Kat Eggleson
  • Reading: Calvin and Hobbs
  • Watching: Once Upon a Time in America
  • Playing: FF9
  • Eating: Pie
  • Drinking: coffee
I saw The Revenant last week in the cinema, but I feel a little cynical about it ^^; I probably feel more so because its been getting alot of praise etc, so I went into the cinema with fairly high expectations haha
Aesthetically I can't fault the film at all, I think it was very pretty AND atmospheric! The mix of music and attention to silence/sound, along with all these ranges of different shots made it really suspenseful as a film to me. Also I've never been to North America and always wondered what's its like to live amongst such epic and varied landscapes, as opposed to England where our countryside is small and as non dangerous as you can get XDD

But yeah., it was the story that kinda made me leave the cinema feeling a bit 'meh'. I personally felt disappointed that the set up of the film kinda made it seem like it wanted to be self aware of colonialism and violence, and all those affects on America and Native Americans. And yet Native Americans are barely featured in it, they didnt seem to have any voice of their own in the story. I've been made aware recently of how much this urks many Native Americans when it comes to mainstream film, and US culture in general. And then there was also this focus on violence being bad and evil, yet the story ends up just your typical simple bloody revenge story ^^;
Also, if the main character was so one with the land and knowledgeable on survival in the wild, why the hell did he decide to attack a mother bear with cubs at all, let alone a SECOND time?? XD 
Headcase 79 by Naoru
Headcase 79
...He also forgot that there's a chance his photo'll be in newspapers :(
Actually Devin isn't so bothered about being recognized, but more about seeing something that points out a subject he wants to ignore/deny as much as possible!
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Headcase 78 by Naoru
Headcase 78
It must be tiring constantly being in denial/not confronting whats happened to you, Devin :I
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  • Listening to: Kat Eggleson
  • Reading: Calvin and Hobbs
  • Watching: Once Upon a Time in America
  • Playing: FF9
  • Eating: Pie
  • Drinking: coffee
I saw The Revenant last week in the cinema, but I feel a little cynical about it ^^; I probably feel more so because its been getting alot of praise etc, so I went into the cinema with fairly high expectations haha
Aesthetically I can't fault the film at all, I think it was very pretty AND atmospheric! The mix of music and attention to silence/sound, along with all these ranges of different shots made it really suspenseful as a film to me. Also I've never been to North America and always wondered what's its like to live amongst such epic and varied landscapes, as opposed to England where our countryside is small and as non dangerous as you can get XDD

But yeah., it was the story that kinda made me leave the cinema feeling a bit 'meh'. I personally felt disappointed that the set up of the film kinda made it seem like it wanted to be self aware of colonialism and violence, and all those affects on America and Native Americans. And yet Native Americans are barely featured in it, they didnt seem to have any voice of their own in the story. I've been made aware recently of how much this urks many Native Americans when it comes to mainstream film, and US culture in general. And then there was also this focus on violence being bad and evil, yet the story ends up just your typical simple bloody revenge story ^^;
Also, if the main character was so one with the land and knowledgeable on survival in the wild, why the hell did he decide to attack a mother bear with cubs at all, let alone a SECOND time?? XD 

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Rebecca Burgess
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Will-Mechling Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  New Deviant Hobbyist Filmographer
Hay thanks for watching, I might pm ya about some sizes for comics later. My animation program uses pixels and I can't work-out some sizes, if that would be okay? Thanks again!
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Naoru Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Hello! Of course thats fine, I'll help where I can! ^_^ It might be best to just find a different program to do comics in? :3
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Will-Mechling Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2016  New Deviant Hobbyist Filmographer
I thing so too, but I want to do some animated ones, and I just don't have the money right now for a new program. I can't figure out how or where they are uploading animation? Or size. I can make animation in wide film to TV standard, but again, a lot of work down the drain if its wrong. Thank though!   
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akitku Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks so much for the fav! :hug:
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matejcadil Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot for the :+devwatch:! :dance:
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kitsunefire7 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the watch ^U^
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MightyRaptor Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Happy Dinovember!!!!
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Naoru Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
hehe Dinovember, how cute!! :D I suppose this is my excuse to dress up in a dino kigu and go around stomping and roaring at things :3
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MightyRaptor Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Student Digital Artist
draw dinos yeah!
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fenifire Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2015   Traditional Artist
thank you so much for the :+fav: :hug:
it's so awesome you like my work :happybounce:
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