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Engrish Fleedom by Kid-Apocalypse Engrish Fleedom by Kid-Apocalypse
In Japanese, there is no 'l' sound. So sometimes when Japanese ads use English, they mix up 'r's and 'l's. This is part of what "Engrish" is. With that said, feel free to interpret this as you please.


Technical notes: The only things in this that were not made with an airbrush tool are the text, the wall, and the border. I figured that it belongs in airbrushings because of the sheer amount of work and pain I went through to airbrush everything else. ;p Best part of this thing is that I did in all in one day.
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mycheshirecat Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2006
Me: "this is really good! i havent seen this artist before"
scroll up....and find out its you.
I like this, because not only is it really good, but it is different in style to all your other work. and FUNNY
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2006
:flattered!: This is definitely one of my favorite pieces. I think it was worth going to all the trouble to airbrush everything. I'm starting to learn how to use different mediums instead of treating them all like different kinds of pens....
What was your interpretation of it? I keep thinking it's something slightly political, but I don't know why.
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mycheshirecat Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2006
*thinks* I suppose the obvious interpretation of it is that it is easy to misinterpret something, or corrupt the original meaning. Following that tangent, I suppose that anything political coudl come from the way Japanese culture is incorrectly portrayed in America- easily twisted. Then I suppose the media does the same thing- twist facts to suit their opinions, and only show what they want you to know. And I had another thought but I lost it.
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2006
:D I'm glad I asked you. You're so good at finding meanings when all I can see is that something is meaningful.
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mycheshirecat Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
But you created the meaningful....
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2006
I can't always interpret my own profundity...
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mycheshirecat Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2006
Which means you must be REALLY profound. But at least you know you are profound, and not just saying obscure things in an attempt to be.
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2006
:blush: Cool.
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anticatalyst Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2006
:rofl:
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2006
:D
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