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Dawn by Sinaherib

In this, I can see how a beautiful female vixen can survive and bring a natural disaster to a close. She brings hope, rebirth, and beau...

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Chapter 1

- A lone human boy, around 16 years old, sits on a ledge of a waterfall
- He gazes out silently into the vast lands beyond the falls
- A call from one of his friends calls the boy out, and the boy hears it and walks off
- As he returns to his home, on the savannah of Africa, he begins swinging through the trees and vines, even noticing the smell of the flowers as he swung
- He soon remembers his back story the first time he smelled them

– FLASHBACK —

- The boy, as a baby, hears screams and cries because of a plane on fire in a severe thunderstorm
- The boy then gets wrapped in a blanket by his human parents, but one passenger made them lose them and the baby falls out of the plane just before it explodes
- Down below, the plane soars and blows up above the African lands, causing the animals to run away
- However, one young zebra, Zarina, wants to investigate and find out if there was anyone hurt
- She sees something fall from the sky into the rainforest, Zarina thinks it’s a bird and rushes off to rescue it
- She runs to the edge of the rainforest and starts listening to the cries of the fallen creature, which are cries she’s never heard before
Zarina’s cuckoo-hawk friend, Jaja, asks a whole lot of questions, which he does throughout the story
- Zarina asks Jaja to calm down and help her find the source of the cries, since they are heard in the canopies
- Jata takes to the sky, with Zarina’s help of extraordinary hearing, he finds something hanging on the trees
- Jata swoops down to Zarina and explains the crying came from a tree
- Zarina rushes off back to her zebra family with Jaja flying above her
- Zarina finds her other friend, Jahi, a young giraffe with a sense of caution, but loyal to his friends
- Jahi finds Zarina since his father told him to find her friend since she wasn’t present when everyone evacuated
- Zarina tells Jahi about the crying sounds and asks him to retrieve the sound since he has a long and strong neck and she can climb up on it to reach the sound
- Jahi was reluctant to go, but, follows Zarina to the place where she found the sound; it was coming from above the thick leaves and find the silhouette of the baby on top of it
- Jahi crouches down so Zarina can get on and climb up his neck so they can retrieve the baby
- Soon, Zarina holds the baby on her back, and Jahi tries to tell her that it is not fit for the jungle, for it does not “look like a kin”, but Zarina refuses
- Zarina wants the baby to live, since the rule of the land is that “we are one”, a big family under the sun
- Jahi is relevant to see his friend point out the rule of the land, so, he reluctantly agrees to let them care for the baby
- The baby begins to stir and the three of them get a first glance at each other’s eyes
- Zarina feels a spark within those clam eyes (Something that will develop in the story)
- Jahi points out that they need to head back to their families and tell everyone about the baby
- Zarina grabs the baby’s blanket that’s holding the baby inside in her mouth and they both run back to their families
Life in the Jungle - Notes - Chapter 1
A layout of how my first chapter of "Life in the Jungle".

This is how I usually consider taking notes; coming up with ideas and seeing how they can fit within the story

I'll explain the story in the folder of said story
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MLP - Jungle Twilight and Flash Sentry by DeviantSponge45
MLP - Jungle Twilight and Flash Sentry
On January, I began to feel the love in my heart both as a brony and as an artist.

(I wanted to feel the love... :cry: )

Thanks to :iconkodimarto: for giving me a lot of inspiration to come up with this masterpiece.

The story goes like this:

Princess Twilight of the Jungle has nothing to do on Hearts and Hooves Day in the jungle.
A jungle call from a small trumpet blasted at the nearby lake, and Twilight swings over to investigate.
She enocunters Jungle Flash Sentry, holding something behind his back.
Twilight approached to him slowly with a small smirk on her face.
That smirk got coupled with small pink blushes on her cheeks as she creeped a little closer.
Jungle Flash got up his confidence and presented his princess with a small rose-tinted jungle flower with a beautiful fragrance.
Flash stepped forward with the Princess as a way of saying, "Will you be my special somepony?"
The princess rolled her eyes in admiration and shyness, and slowly nodded.

Little did the Jungle Princess knew that her little dragon smiled as Jungle Flash gave the flower to her; knowing that she is proud of both of them.
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MLP - Twilight Sparkle [Jungle] by DeviantSponge45
MLP - Twilight Sparkle [Jungle]
Inspired by my good friend :iconkodimarto:'s "FlutterEve and Adam-Mac", it dawned on me to make characters whom grew up in the jungle and in their loincloths...

So, why not place the "My Little Pony" characters in this situation as well"?
I have created a list of what the Mane 6, as well as other characters, will be wearing as their loincloths.

And, of course, I will make a small story or comic whcih these Jungle "My Little Pony" characters go through.
And, yes, my drawing is pretty bad, but you can't hurt me that I tried...
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As of right now, I am look at a special program that is realted to the Oscars. It is a special that features 15 movies that, in American cinema history, changed the nation and the art of cinema today.

Here are my thoughts on what I've seen and heard:

#15 : Toy Story

Yes, THE first ALL computer generated film in cinema. Of course you know the characters of childens' playing things and the story that surround them; but the way it is SO beautifully styled to play a film with nothing but CGI: at first I wasn't so fond of it since I first watched it when I was around three or something... So, I guess a movie with a CGI ground break is worth mentioning in anyone's favorite movie list.

#14: Sixteen Candles

Okay, there will be a lot of movies from this list I have NOT seen in my entire life, but I will do some research on what the movies are about, but this is based on what I heard from the special.

So, from what I've seen, Sixteen Candles introduced the teenage audience in mass. Seeing how so much teenage girls loved this movie, as well as its story, my guess this movie does bring up the growing pains of puberity and adulthood, not to mention sibling rivalry. For me, my younger sister and I never had any feuds between us, but I guess she's lucky that I'm a boy; with a big fat tummy...

#13: A Hard Day's Night

Music- and filmmaking are hard things to work on. But, what happens when you put one of the greatest bands from across the seas and put them in a situation that they cannot be blamed by Big Time Rush? A live-action B&W theatrical masterpiece starring the legendary band, The Beatles.

Yes, it does seem like a cool idea to pit some legendary icons and put them in an "everyday situation" --running from girls and the cops-- onto a film reel. Yes, I listen to Beatles' tunes every now and then --mostly in the summer-- but when it comes to seeing a film starring the Beatles that is not animated, I guess I could give it a watch... if that film can be buyable through Amazon...

#12: Jaws

Okay. Personally, I am not a huge horror fan, but I do get the itch when I'm up for a little scare. And, Mr. Steven Spielberg sure did a wonderful job trying to catch the attention and fear of seeing a giant killer white shark in real life can bring goosebumps to a tiny jellyfish.

Also, I have not seen this film either, but I know, I KNOW! It's a cult classic and I guess when it comes to seeing clips from the film, even for a few seconds; immediately, you can feel the story bursting through the screen with its massive sharp teeth... and those- those... beady black eyes... and the-- scary theme song-- and the- t-t-t-the blood... spewing from under those waves--

#11: Lilies of the Field

Like a famous English dramatist once said, "the whole world's a stage and we are its actors". Well, one person might have taken those words to heart and changed the cinema's spotlight as becoming the first African-American Leading Role in a film, Sidney Poitier. After his outstanding performance, the cult of cinema soon grow from leading African-American female roles to African-American directors.

Yes, I believe everyone, either black or white, has amazing talents. Every race, every gender, every living being on Earth has a story they can reimagine. Everyone can make history by becoming a part of an even bigger history. And, Sidney Poitier, perhaps someone in our future genarations to come, will honor you in a "Black History Month" project, whether elementary or college level, as one of the greatest actors in American cinema history.

#10: The Godfather: Part II

Right now, sequels related to movies aren't going very well story-wise, even the directors from the past said they would not finish another movie related to what they finished. Well, back in 1974, the first successful sequel came to be: The Godfather: Part II. Yes, this is another movie I haven't seen in my lifetime, but I can understand how a good movie can become masterpiece once you continue the story from the first one, introduce more drama and heart-tugging moments; I think anyone can scream nostalgia or a second chance for present-day sequels should learn when it comes in making sequels.

Some other sequels made today still hold up the continuation of the main story from the first movie. Such examples like The Lion King II: Simba's Pride or Batman Returns still bring small cult followings and nostaglia reminders after their release in theaters. So, I suppose it's okay to make a sequel... when you get the right amount of hard work and determination to continue the story...

I wonder if there will come a time for me to make my own sequels for my own stories...
NAH! I haven't even finished one of them yet...

#9: I'm No Angel

And neither am I. Before the unveiling of washboard abs and curvy lines dancing around under the sheets many have seen on screen, many movies in the old days oppressed the revelation of true love on the big silver screen. Until one woman arrived and brought the audience in a pool of Freudian slips, Mae West. She seemed to have a fantastic job of bringing the --I hate to say this, but-- "MILF" concepts from the film.

After the movie was aired, many film producers worry about how that theme of passion and lust can get off-handed in thier films; and for some unknown reason, in movies today, they brought back the passion and sexiness one can develop in a story on the big sceen...

Luckily, I don't think anyone would have pirated this movie to see an old lady kicking back against long, tan, and handsome young men in tuxedos...

#8: Easy Rider

Life in the '60s was free, drug-centered, and this movie captured all of it in every scene. From the iconic song, "Born To Be Wild" playing in the intro, it brought the audience way back in the past. It also famous for introducing piece of American culture in itself.

So, the next time you come at a point where you think to yourself, "I wonder how people in America was like in its hey-day," drive towards this film. It can really bring out the inner '60s wannabe in anyone; even bring nostalgic tears from anyone born or lived in that decade...

Too bad I'm over thirty years behind, considering I'm a 90's baby...

#7: The Birth of a Nation

As the first film aired in the White House, it did bring the attention of what the world was going on through its films. With some recognizable faces and orgizations zipping through the screen, it kind of makes you wonder how something as wonderful of a movie can touch the hearts of a politician or political leader.

It's too bad the White House doesn't have a theater room... Though it would be awesome! (to see real movies there, not movies based on the history of America and such...)

#6: A Streetcar Named Desire

I don't name inanimate objects much, but an actor named Marlon Brando came up with a name for a different type of acting. He got to think, "We've seen actors can act like the characters, but what if the actors acted like people?" He created a character so realistic and humane enough to win three out of four Academy Awards for acting --the one they lost was Marlon's nomination. Whoops.-- Soon, it came to the attention from Marlon to actors of today use what is called, "method acting". By using method acting, the actors portray their characters as if they are real human beings.

So, yes; the stories in films are fictionous in most cases, but when it comes to making a good character a believeable character, take a note on what makes a character believable when it comes to real-life people. Take for example, Selma. The story of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s struggle for civil rights to African-Americans isn't memorable because of what we know of the story; it's what the characters are doing in the story. They act like a person would be doing in that time period and it would make it believable enough that it actually happened in real life.

I guess the same thing can be said with vertiloquists... if only I could make him tall enough and make my dummy's eyes a little smaller...

#5: 2001: A Space Odyssey

Ah, the world of science. We have breached the limits of the Earth, through time and space. Well, what would happen if the real world of science came into view and transfromed through the fusion of adventure and creativity? Well, in 1968, that brainstorm shone brightly from the one of the most confusing, and yet epic, films, 2001:A Space Odyssey. After it's release, the movie came into view ithrough th audiences' eyes that we of this planet may be smaller than we think. Also, the whole world can think of what's in the future of the future.

Well, in 2001, we lost two iconic towers and now, in 2015, we are still struggling to buy a pair of self-tying shoes...


––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (Work in Progress) ––––––––––––––––––––––––––

#4: Psycho

Taking on the method acting theory, the natural feeling of fear is upon each and every human on the planet. Yes, fear. Fear from the aftermath of movies; first toilet flush

#3: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

1st hand drawn animated feature; first Disney movie released in its animation history

#2: Gone With the Wind

Epic love; epic setting; Hattie McDaniel

#1: Star Wars (Episode IV: A New Hope)

Hollywood's reject at first; disaster on the set; inspiration from other classic films, actors didn't agree with the script; massive merchandise and cult followings from then to now; and the saga never ends
  • Listening to: \\\"Weird Al\\\" Yankovic
  • Watching: YouTube
  • Playing: Destiny
Ever since I was watching the trailers for "Chappie", I cannot wait until I get to the release date (which is March 6).

Also, I have been playing Pokémon: Omega Ruby for a while (and I have captured Deoxys with a Master Ball), and I began thinking of how that Pokémon can have another, more comparative story with "Chappie".

Here's what I've dreamnt:

A lone Deoxys gem, emblazoned on a stone shines bright, and a couple of scientists are working on the gem, hoping to reconstruct Deoxys. After a few attempts of failure, one lonely boy touches the of gem, restoring him back to life. Deoxys, after rebirth, starts talking with the boy through telepathy. He asks the boy who he is and where it is. The boy figures that Deoxys has amnesia. So, he brings the Deoxys to his private hiding spot and teaches him all about people and Pokémon; of how they lived in harmony, helping each other, and teaching him how to battle.

When the scientists discover that the Deoxys ge is missing and where it is being held, they go on attack the city, searching for that Pokémon. (Why? I don't know; maybe for scientific breakthroughs and fame?)

Well, Deoxys, soon learns that its friend's home is being destroyed, it can't decide either fight for its friend's safety or sacrifice itself to save its friend and his loved ones.

(Well, what do you think? Is this something to think about and write? Perhaps I can demonstrate on my first example video...)
  • Listening to: \"Weird Al\" Yankovic
  • Watching: YouTube
  • Playing: Destiny

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As of right now, I am look at a special program that is realted to the Oscars. It is a special that features 15 movies that, in American cinema history, changed the nation and the art of cinema today.

Here are my thoughts on what I've seen and heard:

#15 : Toy Story

Yes, THE first ALL computer generated film in cinema. Of course you know the characters of childens' playing things and the story that surround them; but the way it is SO beautifully styled to play a film with nothing but CGI: at first I wasn't so fond of it since I first watched it when I was around three or something... So, I guess a movie with a CGI ground break is worth mentioning in anyone's favorite movie list.

#14: Sixteen Candles

Okay, there will be a lot of movies from this list I have NOT seen in my entire life, but I will do some research on what the movies are about, but this is based on what I heard from the special.

So, from what I've seen, Sixteen Candles introduced the teenage audience in mass. Seeing how so much teenage girls loved this movie, as well as its story, my guess this movie does bring up the growing pains of puberity and adulthood, not to mention sibling rivalry. For me, my younger sister and I never had any feuds between us, but I guess she's lucky that I'm a boy; with a big fat tummy...

#13: A Hard Day's Night

Music- and filmmaking are hard things to work on. But, what happens when you put one of the greatest bands from across the seas and put them in a situation that they cannot be blamed by Big Time Rush? A live-action B&W theatrical masterpiece starring the legendary band, The Beatles.

Yes, it does seem like a cool idea to pit some legendary icons and put them in an "everyday situation" --running from girls and the cops-- onto a film reel. Yes, I listen to Beatles' tunes every now and then --mostly in the summer-- but when it comes to seeing a film starring the Beatles that is not animated, I guess I could give it a watch... if that film can be buyable through Amazon...

#12: Jaws

Okay. Personally, I am not a huge horror fan, but I do get the itch when I'm up for a little scare. And, Mr. Steven Spielberg sure did a wonderful job trying to catch the attention and fear of seeing a giant killer white shark in real life can bring goosebumps to a tiny jellyfish.

Also, I have not seen this film either, but I know, I KNOW! It's a cult classic and I guess when it comes to seeing clips from the film, even for a few seconds; immediately, you can feel the story bursting through the screen with its massive sharp teeth... and those- those... beady black eyes... and the-- scary theme song-- and the- t-t-t-the blood... spewing from under those waves--

#11: Lilies of the Field

Like a famous English dramatist once said, "the whole world's a stage and we are its actors". Well, one person might have taken those words to heart and changed the cinema's spotlight as becoming the first African-American Leading Role in a film, Sidney Poitier. After his outstanding performance, the cult of cinema soon grow from leading African-American female roles to African-American directors.

Yes, I believe everyone, either black or white, has amazing talents. Every race, every gender, every living being on Earth has a story they can reimagine. Everyone can make history by becoming a part of an even bigger history. And, Sidney Poitier, perhaps someone in our future genarations to come, will honor you in a "Black History Month" project, whether elementary or college level, as one of the greatest actors in American cinema history.

#10: The Godfather: Part II

Right now, sequels related to movies aren't going very well story-wise, even the directors from the past said they would not finish another movie related to what they finished. Well, back in 1974, the first successful sequel came to be: The Godfather: Part II. Yes, this is another movie I haven't seen in my lifetime, but I can understand how a good movie can become masterpiece once you continue the story from the first one, introduce more drama and heart-tugging moments; I think anyone can scream nostalgia or a second chance for present-day sequels should learn when it comes in making sequels.

Some other sequels made today still hold up the continuation of the main story from the first movie. Such examples like The Lion King II: Simba's Pride or Batman Returns still bring small cult followings and nostaglia reminders after their release in theaters. So, I suppose it's okay to make a sequel... when you get the right amount of hard work and determination to continue the story...

I wonder if there will come a time for me to make my own sequels for my own stories...
NAH! I haven't even finished one of them yet...

#9: I'm No Angel

And neither am I. Before the unveiling of washboard abs and curvy lines dancing around under the sheets many have seen on screen, many movies in the old days oppressed the revelation of true love on the big silver screen. Until one woman arrived and brought the audience in a pool of Freudian slips, Mae West. She seemed to have a fantastic job of bringing the --I hate to say this, but-- "MILF" concepts from the film.

After the movie was aired, many film producers worry about how that theme of passion and lust can get off-handed in thier films; and for some unknown reason, in movies today, they brought back the passion and sexiness one can develop in a story on the big sceen...

Luckily, I don't think anyone would have pirated this movie to see an old lady kicking back against long, tan, and handsome young men in tuxedos...

#8: Easy Rider

Life in the '60s was free, drug-centered, and this movie captured all of it in every scene. From the iconic song, "Born To Be Wild" playing in the intro, it brought the audience way back in the past. It also famous for introducing piece of American culture in itself.

So, the next time you come at a point where you think to yourself, "I wonder how people in America was like in its hey-day," drive towards this film. It can really bring out the inner '60s wannabe in anyone; even bring nostalgic tears from anyone born or lived in that decade...

Too bad I'm over thirty years behind, considering I'm a 90's baby...

#7: The Birth of a Nation

As the first film aired in the White House, it did bring the attention of what the world was going on through its films. With some recognizable faces and orgizations zipping through the screen, it kind of makes you wonder how something as wonderful of a movie can touch the hearts of a politician or political leader.

It's too bad the White House doesn't have a theater room... Though it would be awesome! (to see real movies there, not movies based on the history of America and such...)

#6: A Streetcar Named Desire

I don't name inanimate objects much, but an actor named Marlon Brando came up with a name for a different type of acting. He got to think, "We've seen actors can act like the characters, but what if the actors acted like people?" He created a character so realistic and humane enough to win three out of four Academy Awards for acting --the one they lost was Marlon's nomination. Whoops.-- Soon, it came to the attention from Marlon to actors of today use what is called, "method acting". By using method acting, the actors portray their characters as if they are real human beings.

So, yes; the stories in films are fictionous in most cases, but when it comes to making a good character a believeable character, take a note on what makes a character believable when it comes to real-life people. Take for example, Selma. The story of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s struggle for civil rights to African-Americans isn't memorable because of what we know of the story; it's what the characters are doing in the story. They act like a person would be doing in that time period and it would make it believable enough that it actually happened in real life.

I guess the same thing can be said with vertiloquists... if only I could make him tall enough and make my dummy's eyes a little smaller...

#5: 2001: A Space Odyssey

Ah, the world of science. We have breached the limits of the Earth, through time and space. Well, what would happen if the real world of science came into view and transfromed through the fusion of adventure and creativity? Well, in 1968, that brainstorm shone brightly from the one of the most confusing, and yet epic, films, 2001:A Space Odyssey. After it's release, the movie came into view ithrough th audiences' eyes that we of this planet may be smaller than we think. Also, the whole world can think of what's in the future of the future.

Well, in 2001, we lost two iconic towers and now, in 2015, we are still struggling to buy a pair of self-tying shoes...


––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (Work in Progress) ––––––––––––––––––––––––––

#4: Psycho

Taking on the method acting theory, the natural feeling of fear is upon each and every human on the planet. Yes, fear. Fear from the aftermath of movies; first toilet flush

#3: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

1st hand drawn animated feature; first Disney movie released in its animation history

#2: Gone With the Wind

Epic love; epic setting; Hattie McDaniel

#1: Star Wars (Episode IV: A New Hope)

Hollywood's reject at first; disaster on the set; inspiration from other classic films, actors didn't agree with the script; massive merchandise and cult followings from then to now; and the saga never ends
  • Listening to: \\\"Weird Al\\\" Yankovic
  • Watching: YouTube
  • Playing: Destiny

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I don't usually do art, but I enjoy looking at them. I do stories sometimes, but not most of the time. I have an Autism disorder, but I still speak clearly in public. I'm a HUGE Spongebob Squarepants fan. And I do very well at school.

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:iconkodimarto:
Kodimarto Featured By Owner 1 hour ago   Filmographer
You will not believe this but they've remade something. m.youtube.com/watch?v=PAk81GMu…
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, have you seen this?
www.deviantart.com/art/Aleu-wo…
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Kodimarto Featured By Owner 19 minutes ago   Filmographer
:)YES!!!!:)
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner 11 minutes ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Do you love it?
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SheDares Featured By Owner 15 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav :heart:

Paint me like an animal... by SheDares
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conlimic000 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
could you make something good for me? like say....a story?
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
What kind of story?
Short or long?
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conlimic000 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015
Well...it's about Tailszan, and you should see it in my gallery for characters
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Erinus20 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015
Thank you most kindly for the favourite of my work, I hope you have a peaceful day.
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:icondeviantsponge45:
DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! 
How are you?
God Bless You!
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R-Sport Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thaaanks for the fav!! :D Natsuki Shinomiya (Super hug) [V1] 
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! 
How are you?
God Bless You!
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R-Sport Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aaaw fine thaanks :D :happybounce: 
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome. :)
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Kodimarto Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015   Filmographer
Hey, check out this wonderful african picture I found!!! Dinner's in a minute by lila-me
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
It's like anthro lions in human form... Looks nice. :)
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Kodimarto Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015   Filmographer
I know right?
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah.
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DarkAlicornWarrior Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2015  Student Filmographer
Thank you for the fave :)
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! 
How are you?
God Bless You!
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DarkAlicornWarrior Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Student Filmographer
I am doing allright thank you ^^ and yourself?
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I've done a lot. Got a couple new DVDs, got in an interview for a job, and hopefully, I'll be getting my own car! :D
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Erinus20 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2015
Thanks so much for the favourite! Have yourself a good day!
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DeviantSponge45 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! 
How are you?
God Bless You!
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CptDaniel Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
Thx the fav!
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