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December 16, 2010
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winter by Neitling winter by Neitling
fuck yea i drew it
i'm very happy now. even though the outlines are so freaking confused i dunno if i've overdone it this time

i had the urge to draw a winter-themed picture. because i love drawing snow
mel and fawn-night torturing some trees by eating their bark
the child is very desperated because it's hungry but to stupid to pull hard enough on the tree bark. the bark just won't unloose from the tree
i guess mel has to feed her/pull the bark of for her once again. because he can't bear the view of his child constantly failing at life
see, that's why you shouldn't take all the work from your child all the time. because if you always do, it will continue failing and someday it'll be TO LATE

i know that deer-fathers don't care for their children but in my case it kinda makes very sense. i'll may explain that later on. can't now because I'm LAZY/have to go to sleep

sorry for drawing my fursona all the time lately but i have to live out my narcisstic tendencies
i'll try to finish my art trade part for =DemonRoni this weekend if i have time (geez i made you wait for like 7 months or so. I'M SO SORRY)

Night, Mel & Art =Nightthrill/Me
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Brandfuchs Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2012
I adore this overly sketchy style you used here... rough, of course, confusing to the eye, but still conveys the necessary depth. :3


~ Rofu
CuteCatastrophe Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2011  Student General Artist
A sticky situation :dummy:

Neitling Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yay xD
CuteCatastrophe Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2011  Student General Artist
mizu-okami15 Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Student General Artist
lemme guess. bambi inspired. its really good. compleatly original style. i like it
Neitling Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yea...deer eating tree bark
thank you!
Chiristrophic Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh my god, the description you gave for this picture is hilarious. x'D
I love the way the snow on the ground looks, the way it swirls into little dunes. Mel's perspective looks awesome too. :la: Oh, and the foot/hoof prints too. :>
FFF Poor Night though. x'D
It's okay, I probably wouldn't be able to pull the bark off either. ( Literally has no muscle mass. :'D )
Also, I agree to the whole "Parents always taking the work away from the kid" point you have, even If you kinda meant it as a joke. Same with parents always shielding the world away from their child. Not a good thing to do. :V
Neitling Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
lol thanks! xD
xD poor you
ye, me neither /: my body s all thin, shaky and stuff
yus /: but burdening the child with duties to make it "independent" is bad also. in some cases, you could also name it STATE OF NEGLECT instead of "Independence"
ye, parenting is a VERY dangerous thing to do. most parents are fucking so much up in their childrens lifes, it's not even funny
Chiristrophic Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well yes, you don't want to put too much on the kid. It'll stress them out/make them feel neglected, ect. But you don't want to 'do everything for them' either. There needs to be a balance. :>
One thing that really bothers me is when parents 'shelter' their children from the world. :\ I mean children shouldn't be seeing some things depending on their age, but I mean parents who wont let their kid watch something because there's blood, or cursing, ect.

Like I said it depends on the kids age, but for an example.
I have a friend, who's the same age as me (Fifteen going on sixteen); And her parants wont let her play Pokemon games/Watch the show or anything because they think it's 'too violent'. :\
GaudiFanYAY Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
it reminds me of the movie called Bambi xD
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