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New Year's Babe 2017
New collaboration with gonzo lowbrow artist and friend Rocheleau James
orignal sketch:  Rocheleau James (used with permission)
colors, textures, original abstract texturing, photomanipulation, and general tomfoolery by jaduharaindradhusara/jephxystik/jsiewert66
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thanks dave for the welcome back & wiley and michael and felix for your correspondence
Debbie Deville
collaboration with artist of the title, aka Debbie Deville and aka jaduharaindradhusara
Rainbow in the Dark
When there's lightning, you know it always brings me down
'Cause it's free and I see that it's me
Who's lost and never found
I cry out for magic, I feel it dancing in the light
It was cold, I lost my hold
To the shadows of the night
No sign of the morning coming
You've been left on your own
Like a rainbow in the dark
A rainbow in the dark
Do your demons, do they ever let you go?
When you've tried, do they hide, deep inside
Is it someone that you know
You're just a picture, your're an image caught in time
We're a lie, you and I
We're words without a rhyme
There's no sign of the morning coming
You've been left on your own
Like a rainbow in the dark
Just a rainbow in the dark, yeah

Lyrics by Ronnie James Dio
Chinnamasta, also known as Chinnamastika and Prachanda Chandika is one of the Tantric goddesses in Hinduism. In Tantric Buddhism she is known as Chinnamunda. Chinnamasta devi is a form of Shakti who is ferocious and Chinnamasta means, 'severed head'. The Hindu Divine Mother is commonly identified with her fearsome iconography. Chinnamasta is one of the most outrageous forms of divinity in Hinduism. The self-decapitating Goddess is one of the important and worshipped Shaktipat goddess. Chinnamasta symbolises both life-giver and life-taker. One of the goddesses of Mahavidyas, Chinnamasta is considered both as a symbol of self-control on sexual desire as well as an embodiment of sexual energy, depending upon interpretation.

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Jeff Siewert
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Lordwormm Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2016  Hobbyist
I'm complimented by your faving! :)
Temperator Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2016
How are holding up in these dire times, my friend?
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