So, You Can Relate to That?Have you noticed how it seems like, no matter what kind of art it is, you have people in the comments saying they can relate to it? Especially if it's horror/sexy/depressing art or something.So, You Can Relate to That? by AVA-1966
(pic of the dead children from Five Nights at Freddy's) "I can totally relate to this."
(pic of a bunch of different girls to show body type references) "Lol, I totes look like the girl on the right with the giant hips and large boobage~!"
(pic of some gory suicide) "This is so me right now..."
really? I think the only thing you can relate to is a drawing of someone sitting at a computer with nothing better to do than try to make their lives seem more cool/horrible than they are by saying how you relate to everything.
Sure, there's a lot of art we can truly relate to, but some people just act kinda silly when it comes to things they say they are or have had happen to them. Why not comment and tell the artist what a great job they did on the piece instead of talking about yourself in ever
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Hello! :'D I'm Sabel or Isabel, and I've come here to share with you my pixilated horror fan art.
So please, enjoy my gallery!
Don't worry, I wont bite. I'm quite a friendly creature that's only here to share my artwork and make friends.
I love older & classic horror/thriller films. So that's mainly what you'll find art of here. There's a bit of other fanarts of various fandom's mixed in there too. ;D
Somtimes I'll create original stuff, just not too often.
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Current Residence: I live in Freddy Krueger's boiler room whenever I'm in town, I have a nice summer home in Texas with some cannibals, but mostly i live in the north woods.
Favourite genre of music: Metal/Hard rock/alternative/classical
Favourite style of art: Dark/surreal/comical
Skin of choice: The kind you rip off of someone and wear on your face!
Personal quote: "If there's one thing I know like the back of my hand, It's Charles Dance's face."