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Owsla by Ishaway

Owsla

Ishaway

7 October 2015 at 15:16:36 MDT

India ink, watercolor, 22k gold leaf

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384
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9
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Rating:
General
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Visual / Traditional

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    Cool guys, look - I found Watership Down.

    Now on to find those two dogs swimming through the ocean...

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      It is a great book.

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    β€œAll the world will be your enemy, Prince with a Thousand Enemies, and whenever they catch you, they will kill you. But first they must catch you, digger, listener, runner, prince with the swift warning. Be cunning and full of tricks and your people shall never be destroyed.”

    Man I adored this movie, never made me cry though ....plague dogs did though );

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      The movie was excellent; the book was good too. Love them both.

      I am unfamiliar with plague dogs.

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      Setting: Two dogs, Rowf, a black lab mix, and Snitter, a fox terrier, struggling to swim in the ocean to get away from people who want to kill them for fear that the dogs are carrying the bubonic plauge* the helicopter watching them from the air loses sight of them, too foggy to see where they are.

      "Is it far...Snitter?"

      "No, not very far...oh, Rowf..."

      "I can't see anything in front of us."

      ...

      "I'm getting tired..can't seem to...move my legs...anymore..."

      "Come...on...keep going...try..."

      "Can't swim anymore, Rowf..."

      "We must be...near the island..."

      "Is there any island, Rowf...?"

      "There is..."

      "There...can't you see it? Our island..."

      "Just stay with me. I'll get you there..."

      ...

      The film ends.

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        Make me cry why don't you D:

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          Sorry XD

          Stupid Tod...

          even though he did get himself killed in the film, really.

          ( At least the book has a happy ending. ) Thank God.

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    In a low whisper, "Sorry...."