Dark Natasha, submitted by A Cruel God. If there is one thing I like more than anything, it's winning trophies. Another thing I like is ice cream. I don't like furry art, though, and I've told you that more times than you need to know or want to hear. I also dislike artists so wrapped up in fantasy that they can't help but look like huge dopes. Like this, for example:
ENTER A WORLD OF DARKNESS, A VOID WHICH IS THE REALM OF ALL THAT IS NOT YET IN FORM. THE VOID IS CALLED THE GREAT MYSTERY. GREAT MYSTERY EXISTED BEFORE ALL OTHER THINGS CAME INTO EXISTENCE. MY CREATIVE MAGIC HAS COME FROM THIS VOID OF DARKNESS LIKE ALL OTHER CREATIONS, GIVING ME THE CHALLENGE TO BRING MY CREATIONS TO LIFE, AND INTO THE LIGHT.
WITHIN THE DARKNESS THERE IS A LIGHT.
More like enter a world where I draw horse penises, am I right? Ah, but I kid. There's more to her art than animal genitals. There's this:
And beyond that there's more to her illustrations of wide open goat people. I'll be honest, she has talent, but it's a damn shame she was molested as a child and turned out this way. That always breaks my heart. For mighty Thor's sake, why can't people draw normal things these days?
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