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  • Kins

    the pupil outline should be black ..???
  • DOG ROCK

    Designkins said: the pupil outline should be black ..???

    yeah dude!thanks for your suggestion!fixed next time...because i was far from home right now!haha
  • Bob Kawa

    I dig this dude.
  • DOG ROCK

    thrash nasty said: I dig this dude.

    thank you trash nasty!love your work!
  • Andrew Haines

    I think it might be a little easier to read if the worms went in and out of the letters instead of just over them? might give it some depth too
  • DOG ROCK

    hell hole said: do you know why my works flag?

    this would answer your question! http://emptees.com/posts/108381-read-this-if-your-shirt-submission-has-disappeared
  • sonar

    SlimbayBAY said: I think it might be a little easier to read if the worms went in and out of the letters instead of just over them? might give it some depth too

    and the pentagram draws attention to a point where nothing is happening, and again pentagrams dude ?
  • DOG ROCK

    sonar said:
    SlimbayBAY said: I think it might be a little easier to read if the worms went in and out of the letters instead of just over them? might give it some depth too

    and the pentagram draws attention to a point where nothing is happening, and again pentagrams dude ?

    The Pentagram is a symbol of a star encased in a circle. Always with 5 points (one pointing upward), each has its own meaning. The upward point of the star is representative of the spirit. The other four points all represent an element; earth, air, fire, and water. All these things contibutite to life and are a part of each of us.

    To wear a pentagram necklace or other form of jewelry, is to say you feel the connection with the elements and respect the earth.
    and the pentagrams is not always about demon!
  • DOG ROCK

    sonar said:
    SlimbayBAY said: I think it might be a little easier to read if the worms went in and out of the letters instead of just over them? might give it some depth too

    and the pentagram draws attention to a point where nothing is happening, and again pentagrams dude ?

    just read this.. http://www.angelfire.com/id/robpurvis/pentagram.html
  • sonar

    inverted pentagram

    The pentagram may be inverted with one point down. The implication is of spirit subservient to matter, of man subservient to his carnal desires. The inverted pentagram has come to be seen by many pagans as representing the dark side and it is abhored as an evil symbol. Fundamental christians, indeed, see any form of pentagram as such. However, these are recent developments and the inverted pentagram is the symbol of Gardnerian second degree initiation, representing the need of the witch to learn to face the darkness within so that it may not later rise up to take control. The centre of a pentagram implies a sixth formative element - love/will which controls from within, ruling matter and spirit by Will and the controlled magickal direction of sexual energies. This is another lesson of initiation
  • DOG ROCK

    sonar said: inverted pentagram

    The pentagram may be inverted with one point down. The implication is of spirit subservient to matter, of man subservient to his carnal desires. The inverted pentagram has come to be seen by many pagans as representing the dark side and it is abhored as an evil symbol. Fundamental christians, indeed, see any form of pentagram as such. However, these are recent developments and the inverted pentagram is the symbol of Gardnerian second degree initiation, representing the need of the witch to learn to face the darkness within so that it may not later rise up to take control. The centre of a pentagram implies a sixth formative element - love/will which controls from within, ruling matter and spirit by Will and the controlled magickal direction of sexual energies. This is another lesson of initiation


    this is means...
    tell me..what did you see?
  • sonar

    thats the same thing you have on your illustration
    its an inverted pentagram
    Satanists use a pentagram with two points up, often inscribed in a double circle, with the head of a goat inside the pentagram. This is referred to as the Sigil of Baphomet. They use it much the same way as the Pythagoreans, as Tartaros literally translates from Greek as a "Pit" or "Void" in Christian terminology (the word is used as such in the Bible, referring to the place where the fallen angels are fettered). The Pythagorean Greek letters are most often replaced by the Hebrew letters לויתן forming the name Leviathan. Less esoteric LaVeyan Satanists use it as a sign of rebellion or religious identification, the three downward points symbolising rejection of the holy Trinity.

    you are using the inverted pentagram
    not a simple pentagram
    and you ranted about using catholic imagery as somethign wrong
    and here you are posting again something thats cleary not catholic at all, and you cant try again and get your way saying it represents nothing to you
    then why use it, and in all honesty it has nothing to do with the rest of your illustration
  • DOG ROCK

    sonar said: thats the same thing you have on your illustration
    its an inverted pentagram
    Satanists use a pentagram with two points up, often inscribed in a double circle, with the head of a goat inside the pentagram. This is referred to as the Sigil of Baphomet. They use it much the same way as the Pythagoreans, as Tartaros literally translates from Greek as a "Pit" or "Void" in Christian terminology (the word is used as such in the Bible, referring to the place where the fallen angels are fettered). The Pythagorean Greek letters are most often replaced by the Hebrew letters לויתן forming the name Leviathan. Less esoteric LaVeyan Satanists use it as a sign of rebellion or religious identification, the three downward points symbolising rejection of the holy Trinity.

    you are using the inverted pentagram
    not a simple pentagram
    and you ranted about using catholic imagery as somethign wrong
    and here you are posting again something thats cleary not catholic at all, and you cant try again and get your way saying it represents nothing to you
    then why use it, and in all honesty it has nothing to do with the rest of your illustration

    y'know...i've learned a lot from debate with you!well,maybe i will use a simple pentagram for my next design!thanks dude...
  • sonar

    its all good dude, your illustration are top notch but i hate seeing them ruined by this religious dilemmas, keep up the good job, and just watch out for this contradictions dude
    cheers
  • DOG ROCK

    sonar said: its all good dude, your illustration are top notch but i hate seeing them ruined by this religious dilemmas, keep up the good job, and just watch out for this contradictions dude
    cheers

    cheers too mate!i'll change the pentagrams!nice to talk with you!PEACE
  • treycook

    I just don't understand why there is even a pentagram in this design, and I certainly don't understand its placement.

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