1. It is so quiet out here, it is the quietest place in the world.
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    It is so quiet out here, it is the quietest place in the world.

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  2. 01:46 4th Sep 2014

    Notes: 1

    Tags: ignisis

    ignisis said: Masz może zamiar stworzyć jeszcze jakieś rysunki nawiązujące do S.T.A.L.K.E.R.-a? Są naprawdę świetne, podoba mi się Twoja kreska.

    Możesz spać spokojnie, bo nie zamierzam przestać rysować S.T.A.L.K.E.R.a w najbliższej przyszłości ;)

    Dzięki! Cieszę się, że podoba Ci się mój styl.

     
  3. 03:59 27th Aug 2014

    Notes: 14

    Tags: doodle

    I’ve been told that I look possessed, so here is a quick doodle reflecting my true self.

    I’ve been told that I look possessed, so here is a quick doodle reflecting my true self.

     
  4. I like to imagine Ghost was a sassy shitlord

    I like to imagine Ghost was a sassy shitlord

     
  5. Certain someone had an idea about Strelok playing with a kitten, so naturally I needed to doodle this

    Certain someone had an idea about Strelok playing with a kitten, so naturally I needed to doodle this

     
  6. dont-jo-know said: i vaguely know what you're drawing here - but it's really awesome

    Oh gosh <3 I’m glad you’re enjoying my work!

     
  7. Bandit Radio plays in the background

    Bandit Radio plays in the background

     
  8. I still feel like I&#8217;m living in The House, so have a quick sketch of Sphinx.

    I still feel like I’m living in The House, so have a quick sketch of Sphinx.

     
  9. spacepatroldf said: What program do you use for your art? I have an app called ibis-Paint and I'm trying to find other options too. Thank you :)

    I use Photoshop CS5. I’ve tried GIMP and SAI (and a few other programs) in the past but I guess I just got used to Photoshop too much.

     
  10. 
The name Charon is most often explained as a proper noun from χάρων (charon), a poetic form of χαρωπός (charopós), “of keen gaze”, referring either to fierce, flashing, or feverish eyes, or to eyes of a bluish-gray color.

    The name Charon is most often explained as a proper noun from χάρων (charon), a poetic form of χαρωπός (charopós), “of keen gaze”, referring either to fierce, flashing, or feverish eyes, or to eyes of a bluish-gray color.

     
  11. Three Ukrainian dads on an important mission

    Three Ukrainian dads on an important mission