UnstoppableMy rhymes are a stampede demandingUnstoppable by DTKinetic
You seek refuge like the Andes.
Or Everest. Your impediment’s evident 'cause my leverage
Is gettin’ this high like the Jetsons.
This jet flies even though air traffic’s negligent.
This jet fights when they beam me that code red is in.
They take snakes, then I throw ‘em out like jettison.
Then land safe ‘cause my promises are relevant.
Fuel fizzes over like a carbonated beverage
Avalanche. Stances keep opponents reticent.
Plans advance. My rap’s your catnip.
That’s a function, it can be difficult to graph it.
My mind’s that sharp, egos, they take a slash when
Underestimating my name like Lake Placid.
I’m talking crocodiles, maybe elephants.
I got the eye of the tiger, so my body is indefinite.
The Dazzling Fair of the SlumsMarissa's mother didn't want her going to the fair. It wasn't because it was too far – Marissa was 14 now, after all – and it wasn't because it was unsafe – cops were at every corner at these kinds of events. It was because of the filthy androids who were allowed to go to the events on this side of town.
She had been raised by a family that was rather well-off – they were at least rich enough to have all the chores done by androids programmed specifically for that function. So Marissa's mother hadn't hated the androids when she was younger. In fact, she had heard rumors about children that had to do the chores themselves, and for that, she was grateful to the machines. But when her parents died and she blew all of her inheritance money, she ended up in the slums, and soon gave birth to a baby girl.
The fact that there was some androids that had become self-aware was hidden from a lot of the public. Those that had been discarded or kicked out for their faulty pro
Shadows of the PastFull of verve, he came down the stairs as he perceived a motion out of the corner of his eye. Something rushed up to him and then came the pain and the darkness. He could not remember how he hit the hard and cold concrete floor.
Dark shadows. Cold. Nausea. Wave for wave he made it out of unconsciousness. Slid back and came back to consciousness in slow waves. But he was too confused to understand what had happened. Anxiety and panic spread in himself. He wanted to move but nothing happened. No flinching, nothing. Only cold and a terrible uncertainty.
Finally, he tried to open his eyes. Forced them with all his strength to face the truth. It took him ages and when he after all managed it, simply nothing changed. Still this darkness. A little more grey in this black but no light, no motion, nothing. What the hell happened? He was only just at home yet and then …, yes, there was a memory. The stairs, the pain. Someone had knocked him down. But „who“ and above all „
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About me: I am Black/African-American and Christian.
I am 23 years old.
My art mostly consists of digital but I do some traditional art, literature and rap as well. My main genres of specialty are sci-fi, architecture/landscape and anthro. I do some conceptual works or people on the side as well.
I have a strong passion for art, so a lot of it I do for enjoyment, but additionally, I believe that art should be a medium of escape from the stressful work-schedules, decision-making, and drama which is real life. With that said, I realize that art is one of the only venues to free your imagination like a dream. Plus, it always helps to add a little humor which is why I will bring out my inner child with anthro and draw bears stepping onto a dance floor or a crocodile about to be arrested. I promise that most of the art I will provide is imagery that you're not going to see anywhere else. (Sci-Fi and Landscape included)
To me, it's rather disappointing most people don't go this direction and illustrate mainstream pop culture fanart, anime, still life, realism, or simple people posing in some type of natural environment. These are genres where if you don't see one of the subjects nearly everyday in real life, you've seen a large percentage of artists already do it.
My art wants to be art that takes you new places, puts you in the front seat of new perspective, and plays around with possibilty.
Regardless of what I disapproved of earlier, I still believe it's important to do what's in your heart, making sure you express yourself just as long as you don't intentionally hurt/offend anyone in the process and as long as you're taking care of responsibility. (Keep those grades up!)
So if fanart/anime makes you happy and you're a hobbyist like me, have fun.
If you got any questions about me, my beliefs, or my art, or just wanna talk-- feel free to note me PLEASE! I appreciate every watcher and comment!
"Find your path, Believe in your path, and Live it" -- Common
Mostly Self Taught --learned from experimentation and visualization from real life and other artist styles.
Digitally drawn with ONE layer prior to Septmeber 2012 (Information HQ, Strata, Overriding Your System)
100% drawn with mouse.
I am a fan of action movies, videogames and martial arts.
Rapper, dancer, and sci-fi book writer. (working on singing)
I had a dog--Yorkshire Terrier--named Coolio. Now I have a dog (same breed) and her name is Pepper.
Am relatively short and young-looking but have a really deep voice like a radio DJ.
Started drawing since the age of 3 and started writing since 7
Prefer notebooks over sketchbooks and am enthusiastic about recycling paper.
Was planning to become an architect but switched to a Geography Major.
Current Residence: The Midwest
Favourite genre of music: Techno and rap
Favourite style of art: Sci-Fi, Architecture and Anthro
Favourite cartoon character: Brian and Stewie Griffin
-My blog is dedicated to one of my favorite venues of expression, written art, music and performance, RAPPING. Here you will find tutorials that can strengthen your poetic/rhyming and rapping capabilities, editorials about the subjects of hip-hop rap, links to music and quality artists...and more.
- Curious or Interested in rapping or the music form?
- An Unbeliever or Hater in the rap genre?
Do you know how much there is to learn about rap regarding technique, innovation, interpretation, delivery, and just plain writing and rhyming?
Check out my blog Prestoverse below! And read a post or two. You very well might like it and develop a new appreciation/understanding of rap and some of the "unheard-of" artists out there.