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Duke Exeter by SonicClone
Duke Exeter
Happy Birthday to amazign Lego-Fan Artist and a Lego kid from the 90s/2000s era, and someone I can call friend, :iconbobbricks123:. Here is your present Bob, which also can double as a gift to all of those who really really had a big passion for the amazing yet sadly short-lived MMO video game, "LEGO Universe". 
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Edmund and the Centauress' by SonicClone
Edmund and the Centauress'
This fan art for "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the witch, and the Wardrobe" (2005) is an entry for :icondisney-club:'s  "Live Action Movies Only" contest.  

The poster is based off the final battle, in which Edmund Pevensie stands on the high cliffs of a mountain with female Centaurs (and Mr. Beaver), in which almost everyone up there arches...   archery...  they aim & fire. I used screenshots and an upload of the battle for references. I also had to look at horse pictures to make the anatomy look good (animal anatomy is difficult).  I made a couple of mistakes that i had to correct. For one, Edmund's silver-kilt was colored red, so I had to use a silver sharpie to fix that error. Next, I drew a black line on that blonde centaur girls' right buttock. White out was merciful to fix that, but coloring over it makes it look like her butt is shiny. 

Well, even as a male, I wish the Centaur women had bigger roles in the films...  here's to hope for the fourth one... if it is ever made. .   

Narnia books - C.S. Lewis
The first two movies - Walt Disney Pictures & Walden Media.  
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How to Train Your Gungan by SonicClone
How to Train Your Gungan
I am sure that you have come across plenty of really cool shirt designs in your life, rather at a store, on the web, or on some random person's torso. Anyway, with a fondness for that culture, and a need to show appreciation for Star Wars I-III and a lovable yet hated Gungan, my inspiration drove me to conceive this thought. 

By mixing Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace & How to Train Your Dragon, and giving the roles of Hiccup (to young Anakin Skywalker) and Toothless (to Jar Jar Binks), I...  did something...  excuse me, I have no creative or genius way to end the sentence. Anyway, this is a non-profit fan design for shirts. So, if you wanted to wear this, you'd copy-&-save the image and use whatever print-site you use. No need to pay me, especially since that is illegal in copyright world. 

Star Wars (c) Lucasfilm & George Lucas
How to Train Your Dragon films (c) DreamWorks Animation SKG, loosely based off a book series by Cressida Cowell. 
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..... I should say made you look, but since I have your attention, I would like to address some... issues. 
I notice a lack of feedback, but maybe that is because of this busy time of year. Still, the emptiness of comments may have more to it than just scheduled conflict. It is mostly when people just "favorite" something but never leave a comment..., I am sure there are people who just appreciate my work a lot and are speechless. And for those who aren't much of commenters, that is alright, I appreciate your appreciation. However, I have this feeling that some users just click "fave" without any second or third thoughts. When they go to their inbox and see a picture or a bunch from me, they might think "it's from this guy, so I have to favorite it" and they may not even take a good long look at it. One reply to my problem was that "maybe since your art isn't high-quality, they may just not want to hurt your feelings". That could be true, but if so... WHY DO YOU HIT FAVORITE ANYWAY!? If it isn't that great to begin with, why do you press the favorite button? Forgive me everyone for this rant....  

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:iconjonathanskits:
JonathanSkits Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm glad God brought you to me.
May the father watch over you and Guide your steps.
May he keep the hedge over you to protect you.
I hope you are loved by people who care for you my friend.
I am glad to know you are here my friend.
Hug
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SonicClone Featured By Owner 1 day ago
....  w-wo.  wow... :) Thank you
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:iconjonathanskits:
JonathanSkits Featured By Owner 23 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yr welcomes
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blackbear4110 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the faves~
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SonicClone Featured By Owner 1 day ago
You're welcome as alwas blackbear
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FrankieMonsterGirl Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thx for the fave!!! :D :hug:
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SonicClone Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Anytime 
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Martinsito15 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave!
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SonicClone Featured By Owner 6 days ago
You're welcome
Glad to see more fan art for LEGO Johnny Thunder & 90s/2000s Lego 
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Martinsito15 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Those were the golden years of LEGO in my opinion, I will be doing all of the Adventurers.
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