Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
About Digital Art / Hobbyist Member Adika ClemendorMale/Trinidad and Tobago Recent Activity
Deviant for 8 Years
Needs Premium Membership
Statistics 55 Deviations 1,366 Comments 10,315 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

Random Favourites

Wishlist

Journal History

deviantID

XtheStampede's Profile Picture
XtheStampede
Adika Clemendor
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
Trinidad and Tobago
Current Residence: still kneeling in the snow outside the temple
deviantWEAR sizing preference: comfortable
Print preference: legible
Favourite genre of music: dubstep, rap
Favourite style of art: interesting
Operating System: Human
MP3 player of choice: well i guess i'm one of the ISheep
Shell of choice: turtle
Wallpaper of choice: random
Skin of choice: smooth and tattooed
Favourite cartoon character: vash the stampede,samurai jack,afro samurai,me
Personal Quote: fuck dat
Interests
  • Mood: Miserable
  • Listening to: Time Machine- T-pain
  • Reading: nothing
  • Watching: the colours around me fade to grey
  • Playing: music
  • Eating: not much
  • Drinking: i wish
i almost got that magic back...
almost..

then shit happened and i felt myself slipping downward again...

so not happy but i have to keep up this smiling facade because so many people around me are so ignorant,selfish, self-centered bastards that consistently tell me to take others into consideration (i.e. suck it up and make THEM feel better) yet they lack the ability to see past their own crooked noses...

i guess i'm bitching and complaining...being a little to emo....
but this is the only place i can let it out without fear of retribution.
without fear of being made to feel low for feeling low.

too sad to cry
too angry to hate..

i can't even begin to channel it into a creative medium so i can at least bullshit myself into thinking something positive can come out of it.
i'm too heavily medicated to see straight...yet i'm expected to push harder,faster than anyone else...

those who i expected to be there for me aren't...those i hoped would understand just seem to not care enough to try...

well...i'm out of steam so i guess that's it...
don't pass judgement on me...i just needed to get some of it off my chest...

back to feeling lonely
back to not being able to see straight
back to that little dark hole..

i hope you're doing better than i am.

AdCast - Ads from the Community

×

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:icon7thalchemist:
7thAlchemist 1 day ago  Student Interface Designer
thank you for +
Reply
:iconxthestampede:
XtheStampede 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no problem!
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Oct 4, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:iconrudeboyskunkplz::iconrudeboyskunkplz2::iconrudeboyskunkplz3: on  NiKo-An Tea House. This means, "“Abode of Two Ponds.”  In Japanese tradition a tea house ordinarily refers to a private structure designed for holding Japanese tea ceremonies. This structure and specifically the room in it where the tea ceremony takes place is called chashitsu (literally "tea room"). The architectural space called chashitsu was created for aesthetic and intellectual fulfillment. I will show the inside and the grounds soon.   andyserrano.deviantart.com/art…
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:icon1stbutterflykiss::iconthxfav2::iconthxfav3::iconthxfav4: on  Ikebana, Umbrella and Kimonos. Traditionally part of a Buddhist practice, Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement, also known as kado. The oldest school of Ikebana, called Ikenobo, was created in the 15th century in Kyoto. The first style called ‘Rikka’ used a tall, upright central stem that had to be accompanied by two shorter stems.  andyserrano.deviantart.com/art…
Reply
:iconcelartworks:
Celartworks Aug 25, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for the fave!
Reply
:iconsaraswatidevi:
Namaste! Welcome to :iconthe-veda:

We hope you enjoy the delicacies submitted to the gallery, and please suggest any activities you'd like to see. :) Rules for submission are on the main page of the club.

You are welcome to introduce yourself :bulletred: here :bulletred:.

We have more art than what's submitted in our faves, and we have quite an extensive collection already. :D

And if you know of any art by others that you'd like to share, please feel free to submit them to the club as well. :love:

:wave:
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Feb 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:icon1stbutterflykiss::iconthxfav2::iconthxfav3::iconthxfav4: on Yamashiro Shrine at Night. This 600-year-old Japanese pagoda, which looks like gold at night, sits next to the water which once had rare black Australian swans. [link]
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Feb 16, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:iconrudeboyskunkplz::iconrudeboyskunkplz2::iconrudeboyskunkplz3: on Yamashiro Courtyard. Today, this is a hidden Japanese Garden which can only be seen at night. Hundreds of skilled craftsmen recreated an exact replica of a palace located in the “Yamashiro” mountains near Kyoto, Japan. This dream became a reality in 1914. It fell into disrepair during WWII and was almost demolished. Fortunately, it was renovated and brought to its former glory. [link]
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Feb 6, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:icondsfav1plz::icondsfav2plz::icondsfav3plz: on Yamashiro Mountain Palace. This is an exact replica of a palace located in the “Yamashiro” mountains near Kyoto, Japan. 300 steps led up the hillside through superbly landscaped Japanese gardens to the 10-room teak and cedar mansion, where carved rafters were lacquered in gold and tipped with bronze dragons. A Sacred Inner Court formed a lovely garden in the center of the building and was filled with sculptured plants, stone hewn pools and rare fish. This Inner Court provided light and air to the surrounding rooms where the walls were covered with lustrous silks and hung with antique tapestries. [link]

:iconrudeboyskunkplz::iconrudeboyskunkplz2::iconrudeboyskunkplz3: on Yamashiro Garden and Pagoda. This is a 600-year-old pagoda made in Japan. When the these Japanese gardens were created in 1914, the hillside terraces were filled with 30,000 varieties of trees and shrubs, waterfalls, hundreds of goldfish, and even a private zoo of exotic birds and monkeys. Miniature bronze houseboats floated along a maze of tiny canals through a miniature Japanese village. You can purchase this Mondo grass you see at a good nursery. [link]
Reply
:iconandyserrano:
AndySerrano Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:iconthxfav1::iconthxfav2::iconthxfav3::iconthxfav4: on my Hagoita. The hanetsuki game is hardly ever played anymore in Japan. Instead, the game paddles have become very ornamental and are used to decorate homes and offices. [link] Video [link] Video. [link] Feature
Reply
Add a Comment: