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Dreams of a Cosmic Turtle by DMWVCS Dreams of a Cosmic Turtle by DMWVCS
I had been thinking about this image for awhile and just decided to get it out of my system.

The title is somewhat inspired by The Dream of the Blue Turtles, which was the first solo album released by Sting after he left the Police.

Enjoy!!!
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:iconrobinso516:
I love it! Do you mind if I use it in the title page of my blogger called "tortuga cósmica" (cosmic turtle)?
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:iconyaoilover16:
awesome! I love the colors!
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:iconxxmetalmosstitchezxx:
damn thats sweet
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:icondmwvcs:
DMWVCS Sep 2, 2009   Digital Artist
THANKS, man!!!
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:iconxxmetalmosstitchezxx:
hell ya no problem
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:iconmad-faerie104:
and here I was thinking you were a disc world fan as well :D
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DMWVCS Jul 15, 2009   Digital Artist
Is that Terry Pratchet??? I have heard of it, but not read any of his. Though he wrote Good Omens with Neil Gaiman and I'm a big Neil Gaiman fan!!! :D :rose::rose::rose:
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:iconmad-faerie104:
YES!
he has a really dark/wierd sense of humour.
never heard of Neil Gaiman - what does he write?
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DMWVCS Jul 15, 2009   Digital Artist
He's best known for Graphic novels and the book American Gods, he also wrote the books the movies Coraline, Stardust and Mirror Mask were based on. And he did the screenpaly for Beowulf. He's born British, but lives in the States now.

Check him or the movies out!!!

:rose: :rose: :rose:
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:iconmad-faerie104:
oh I quite like Stardust ( didnt first time round) havent seen Coraline yet... but heard good things.
I love Tim Burton movies as well.
Beowulf was quite good too. was laughable to see ray winstone in tight leathers considering his actual girth lol...

thanks for the info ....... :heart:
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