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Disney's Gobladdin by 3Fangs Disney's Gobladdin by 3Fangs
Because even goblins have a Disney side to them, I'm sure. Probably. =D
To get you in the proper mood:…
Annnnnd this is what I post after months of not drawing! :onfire:
Does this mean I'm back? Will I draw again?
At this point...I don't know. Life is still one big uncertainty.
But I find myself no longer hating the very idea of holding a pencil these days, so maybe the burn-out is finally over.
(I'll let you know when I find out I guess.) ;)

In the mean time:
All you fellow artists, stay well, healthy, and keep drawing. :pencil:

Tools used:
Wacom Intuos4

Also: It's been so long since I last uploaded something, I swear the categories have changed!
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YouHaveAShortMemory Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm so sorry I didn't see/fave this sooner!  You've captured the visual style of that movie really beautifully, while also parodying it in a really funny way.  IS IT TOO LATE TO ASK FOR MOAR?!  :la:

The video you linked to enhances the craziness so perfectly  :psychotic:
3Fangs Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2015
Aw, thank you! :thanks:
(I had a Cinderella one I'd been working on...Perhaps I oughtta revisit and finish it.)
YouHaveAShortMemory Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I say go for it!  (Your Cinderella parody idea is giving me an idea.  I won't say anything more.  :paranoid:)
Gamerdad74 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful work!  Cute too. My son likes it. Tells me it must be on screen.  I ask if that means my background, he said yes.  I confess he as good taste as do you.

May your pencil be ever sharp, may the paper never tear, and let the inkwell be abundant. 
3Fangs Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015
D'awww, thank you, and your son, very much!! :blush:
TheJenjineer Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
 so GREAT to see you drawing again! I'm so glad I decided to check back in with deviantart today. =D
3Fangs Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
It's rather nice to BE drawing again! ^^;
I've slowed down a little bit already, but I'm still feeling an artistic drive.
(I hope it'll carry me through this whole year!)
I think I've officially gotten over my artblock and am ready to get back to the old drawing board.
I have plenty of things to occupy me, but I want to take it easy so I don't burn out. ;)
TheJenjineer Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I hope this keeps up! You're one of the first friends I made on deviantart, it doesn't quite feel the same without you. 
3Fangs Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014
I've missed you, too. :heart:
I know what you mean--coming back to dA it seemed like things had changed quite a bit, but reconnecting with you and other friends I've made is like coming home in a way.
It's the camaraderie of creative people that helps to keep me motivated. I hadn't realized how much I missed it all until I came back. :aww:
And I hope to get back into writing emails as well! I want to stay connected with people because it seems like last year I ended up avoiding too many, and it made me gloomy and miserable. No more of that for me! I'm gonna try to get back into socializing! (And dA has been a good source for that in the past.) ;)
TheJenjineer Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
 Yeah, DA is a good place to get motivated.
 Getting back to emails is almost always on any resolution list I make. I'm one of those awful people who love getting emails, but always puts off writing them. :roll:
3Fangs Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
Well it can be reeeeaaaally hard when you don't have the time to sit down and finish writing in one sitting--every time I leave an email for too long, it seems like I have a gazillion more things I think of to say, and then I either have to start over, or let it get so long it's grotesque. (I know it's part of my charm as a correspondent when I write sizable emails and letters, but even I can tell there comes a point where looking at several pages of text is simply too much. :XD: I like to joke how my emails/letters are "novella-length" but when that joke because a reality, it's time to trim out the fat.)
TheJenjineer Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
 I love reading your long emails! And yet, even though you give a lot of material to respond to, I can never seem to come up with much to say back. Maybe my life is just too dull. =P
3Fangs Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014
Ha! Aww, everyone feels their own lives are dull compared with others'. ^^;
I have a VERY dull life and make up for it by babbling inanely.
2/3 of whatever I write is "fluff" that can easily be discarded--it's just that the inordinate LENGTH causes it to seem more important or interesting than it is.
I say just write about what's been going on even if it feels dull to you, because other people live different lives, so what's dull to YOU, may seem totally wild and out of this world to someone else! And write about your interests, because there's nothing like sharing in the enthusiasm someone else feels. I play a sounding board for others' ideas and plans. I like to listen to people talk themselves into a frenzy of excitement over a creative idea they're pursuing because I love seeing raw creativity at work. Often before writing scripts, Joey will talk out his plans to get my initial take on them and I really don't have to SAY anything, but I love seeing him get passionate about his creation.
Or write about movies and books you enjoy. Sharing and respecting opinions helps people to better understand each other.
I love to hear about what books/comics/movies you have to recommend!
Writing can become endless when you look at it a certain way...

Although I think modern society has sort of influenced peoples' minds to accept "bite-sized" correspondence as the norm...The ease with which opinions and words can be traded has made them undervalued. The written word used to have a lot of power because 1) not everyone was literate; and 2) the written word took a lot longer to get to another person. Looking at just dA as an example, I don't see a lot of long thought out comments floating around. Most are a single sentence or just a few words. And there's nothing WRONG with that, it's just a little bit odd that when people have the ability to say something meaningful and get it to the person right away they don't bother. They have the ability to write instantaneous messages and can't think what to say. XDD
Heh, not every single comment that I write is going to be super long and well thought out--I often resort to the simpler and quicker ones like "This is great!" "Adorable" "I love it!" but mixing it up once in a while with something that shows you've taken a slightly deeper look at the piece of art, no matter the medium, and want to give voice to some of the more complex things it makes you think or feel shows a depth that's often very appreciated.

...And so you see how I was able to write a comment of exceptional length just voicing some thoughts alone. :lol:
If you think it, you can write it! :highfive:
(And never undervalue your OWN thoughts and opinions. Every single voice is important and needs to be heard by someone.)
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Estme Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
(srsly tho sorry for my most recent comments. I'm tired and uncreative :B)
3Fangs Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
Hurrrrhuuurhuuuurrrrrr. :iconhurrplz:

Also: I LUV TIRED AND UNCREATIVE COMMENTS!!! :icondeathhugplz:
(Sniff...They're the best ones.) :iconhappytearplz:

*goes off to mercilessly butcher moar Disney products with derpy goblins*
SteelFanged Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'll never by able to watch Aladdin again. Not without picture the entire cast as goblins. Thank you very much! My imagination is forever and horribly scarred!
3Fangs Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
Always glad to mentally scar the masses!!
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