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Little Kimmy - gift for TeeJay87

Little Kimmy - gift for TeeJay87

Little Kimmy - gift for TeeJay87 by Saltwater
Little Kimmy - gift for TeeJay87 by Saltwater

Description

Description
Saltwater
Little Kimmy



Little Kimmy had a nukey....            140x128
     


 
Traditional artwork

Drawn on paper with colour pencils.

Colour pencils used: Derwent Coloursoft and Derwent Drawing.


Framed in Photoshop.



Say NO to communism and socialism! 

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I have created this artwork for TJ     as a birthday present;
a bit early maybe, but better too early than too late...  



TJ shares with me some principles and moral values,
and of course he does not care much for commies... 15x15         100x56


Anyway, nobody with a tiny bit of common sense can bear commies!

General Info

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alitta2 on November 5, 2017, 1:41:39 PM

alitta2 on
alitta2Really detailed one from Djong Un :)
And the frame actually matches well, I mean the colors of the NK flag

Falconlobo on November 3, 2017, 6:18:09 PM

Falconlobo on
Falconlobonice likeness

TeeJay87 on November 2, 2017, 8:35:04 AM

TeeJay87 on
TeeJay87Spot on Kimmy, including all the facial details.

Kindly thank you for such a lovely gift ! :)

Saltwater on November 2, 2017, 11:05:27 AM

Saltwater on
SaltwaterYou are quite welcome.
So glad you like it.

Little Kimmy has taken a very dangerous path.
Does he really think he can threaten major countries of the free world with impunity?
If he continues like this, I am not sure he will make another year...

TeeJay87 on November 2, 2017, 1:18:35 PM

TeeJay87 on
TeeJay87It's about time the Korean Peninsula was united under the government in Seoul and the communards from Pyongyang got treated as they deserve.


I've heard opinions claiming that "such unification might cause trouble", especially "teaching the Northern Koreans how to use credit cards and media will be considerable obstacle", but I don't believe in such propaganda. The Germans survived their unification quite well in 1990; even despite Brandenburg remains leftist stronghold, they somehow manage to keep their economy strong. Koreans (least those from the South) are hard-working people - it's quite certain that unifying Koreans after the downfall of Juche will go as smoothly as unification of Germans. :)