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Obicha Bŭlgariya
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Rivers of Blood
My gallery may not look it, but I've always admired France. Paris especially. It's a longstanding American tradition. After all, there'd be no United States if not for France's aid during our revolution. When I first watched The Aristocats as a very small child I was, for the first time, exposed to a foreign language and the knowledge that a country other than America existed. I still remember sitting bewildered in front of the television once the intro singer broke into French, asking myself "What on Earth is that man doing with his voice?"

For a time, I thought France was the only other country in the world, and long after elementary school had set me straight it maintained it's mystique. I think most kids tend to idolize the first foreign culture they ever learn about, and I was no exception. I wanted to live there, I thought the interiors of every French residence looked as nice as Madame Adelaide's, I thought there was no such thing as an uncouth or uneducated Frenchman, my favorite book was (and still is) 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and I suppose it'll come as no surprise that Crispy's design was inspired by Duchess. Initially I didn't know the catacombs of Paris contained the remains of French citizens exhumed from their graves, I thought they were the remains of France's enemies, and the Parisians were so hardcore they hallowed out the earth beneath their city specifically to create a sprawling bone-shrine dedicated to their own badassery and a warning to any would-be attackers, then proceeded to prance around on the surface eating baguette and playing the accordion like it wasn't even shit. "Nobody fucks with France." thought kid-me.

It wasn't until my first viewing of India Jones and The Raiders of The Lost Ark several years later that Germany stole the spotlight but, long before I'd ever set eyes on a Reichsadler, I looked up to the Gallic rooster. What I'm trying to say is, France made a very big impression on me growing up. When Herr Palladium informed me Paris was under attack, he might as well have said "New York is under attack" or "American civilians are being gunned down."

Unfortunately, not unlike Klaus here, I'm helpless to do anything but stand by and offer my sincerest condolences while an old friend suffers...
Ocean of Rainbows
If the Care Bears were real, I suppose by now Baby Hugs and Baby Tugs would be Hugs Bear and Tugs Bear, seasoned guardians of love and caring... Hugs Bear and Tugs Bear just doesn't sound right. I wonder what kind of caring mission a bear with a diapered star symbol could possibly have. Maybe he specializes in working with very young children, or helps adults get in touch with their inner child. Cubsitting, maybe...?

...Or maybe his caring mission is making the other bears feel glad that, no matter how bad their day has been, at least their name isn't Tugs and they don't have a diaper permanently tattooed to their chest.
Puff The Magic Dragon
I doubt there are too many 70s kids in the audience, but if you're into 2D animation and you like to watch cartoons on YouTube, maybe you've seen this guy in your sidebar from time to time. I did, but for years I put off clicking on him. "The 70s was kind of a dark age for animation," I thought "and that art direction isn't exactly Disney... oh well, I guess I'll give it a shot."

And what I assumed would be your standard cautionary tale about lying turned out to be a very well handled fantasy romp in which a grandfatherly dragon helps a guilty little girl realize that her parents' divorce was not her fault. That's some deep scheiss, Mann. I haven't seen balls that big since Hey Arnold. Too often children's cartoons are too safe, designed to sell merchandise or distract, all while rehashing the same tired old song and dance under the guise of teaching morals to kids. You'd think we'd put a little more effort into it. I mean, suppose someone asks you "If you could teach the future leaders of the world one valuable lesson, what would it be?" I certainly hope your response wouldn't be "lol idk don't put tinfoil in the microwave?"

Wait, did the guy at 2:46 just call her a bitch? and is that a rug on top of another rug at 2:19? Well, I guess there wasn't much else to do in the 70s. Swearing at kids and putting rugs on rugs. Simpler times.


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DyingMarshmallows Featured By Owner 2 days ago
I fucking love your art. : D
andyp08101996 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you take requests at the moment? :) (Smile) 
Cynderthedragon5768 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Has anyone figured out if she's really a nazi or not? Or if she's trolling? Because I watched her before she turned full-on-Hitler lover, and it just started out of no where. Its so odd. She never speaks to anyone to explain if she's serious, or if she really feels this way.
I noticed she's got a band of Nazi friends, which makes me think they're Nazi-fetishist' or something.

Either way, trying to make Nazis cute isn't really nice, regardless of your gender, age, sexuality or religion.
I love the fact she avoids mentioning the holocaust victims.
Also... she ships Celestia with her Nazi-dragon horse. That's an insult to MLP, and thats saying some considering the fandom is so screwed.
RommelNein Featured By Owner Edited Nov 16, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
I'd hardly label us her band of "Nazi friends," haha. We all just so happen to be a bunch of misfits that somehow came together. Some of us, such as myself, enjoy the history of the Germany of that period. Others might be Nazis or make a fetish out of it, but that's their business.

As Palladium has said, though, she's actually quite open minded and friendly, very soft spoken and would never hurt a fly.
Cynderthedragon5768 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ahh, I see. Just wondered why she seems to think Nazis are cute or something. But I guess that's her opinion.
That's nice to hear c;> least she seems to be a nice person
General-Palladium Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015   General Artist
I'm actually a very close friend of her and I'm anti-nazi. Also Jewish, so please don't call me a Nazi-fetishist ^^'
Cynderthedragon5768 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sorry, didn't mean to stereotype her friends. I was mainly referring to at least three people on her friends list who seem to like Nazi's.
Id have to look through her gallery to find all of them though
DragonStrider Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
And who are these three Princess? Enlighten us.
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General-Palladium Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015   General Artist
Ah, I see. Sorry about that then. However, I think that it's her own right to say if she's a nazi or not. I know the answer, but I respect her wish to keep it silent, even though, satire or serious, I don't agree with the use of swastikas. I guess it's live and let live... However, she's quite the open-minded person when it comes to accepting different ideologies.
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DragonStrider Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Actually the dragon horse is mine and I dont appreciate your tone.
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