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PussySmasher: woah! now this is art! :L
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HugboxingSadboxer: Too much large bowel. Where's the small intestine?

Other than that, this drawing kicks ass! Are you a book illustrator?

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dust_collector: @HugboxingSadboxer: The small intestine is hanging down beyond the frame. There might be too much of the large one though. I know next to nothing about equine digestive tract. (And thank you, but no. It's just something I like to do to unwind.)
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yippyskippy1909: Working together for the common good, this group of finches has first impaled the micro fluffy on a thorn in order to incapacitate their prey and make it easier to eat. (There are birds who actually do this.)
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DickwolfPrime: @yippyskippy1909: They're called Shrikes.

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PussySmasher:

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dust_collector: @PussySmasher: What is it and why does it look so delicious?
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MaliceKiotsu: So did it land on thorns and get itself impaled?
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Anonymous1: Shrikes have an acquired habit of impaling prey on thorns to save some of it for later. Nature is fascinating

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AIDS: I've only seen a shrike once.
They're usually found in northern Sweden but on occasion they make stops down south for one reason or the other.

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goatvoid: Shrikes are frikken cool

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Anonifluff: Feature!

This is from our own Dust, features a fluffy slowly dying, and it even has birdies! What's not to love?

Dust's art has always fascinated me, with how it's drawn and shaded, along with the Lovecraftian horrors often depicted.
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Anonymous1: What happened to Dust anyway?

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Micron: @Anonymous: I think she wanted to focus on different projects for the time being.

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Fox-headed-freak: it shit

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Fox-headed-freak: *shoots all shrikes*
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Anonymous2: In the wild some birds will impale their prey on sharp objects so that they can remove hazards like caterpillar spines, or in this case, fluffy shit.
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Bacner: Loggerhead shrikes?
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Anonymous3(1): @Micron: Did she ever say what these projects where?

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WetFluff: @Anonymous: More lovecraftian awesomeness Im guessing!
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Anonymous4: @Bacner: yus
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Anonymous5: it looks like a black metal album cover
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Anonymous6: Dust actually said on 4chan once that they had no idea what HP Lovecraft was.
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Anonymous7: For those unaware Shrikes are birds known for picking up their prey and dropping them and thus impaling them on spikes and small tree limbs

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TheHellBell: birb

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TheHellBell: lovely birbs
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Anonymous8: Who else thought that was Luna knitting to magpies.