My deviantART gallery has been my way of showing the world my art since 2007. All pictures, serious or not have had a lot of time, effort and love put into them. I love digital drawing and painting, but I can also work well with relatively any media I'm given the opportunity to use.
All images within this gallery are ©*Galahawk and are not to be redistributed in any way without permission. However, if you would like to use my art for non-profit purposes outside the internet (like printing them out and sticking them on your wall) feel free to do so.
If you want to share my artwork outside of dA you HAVE to use the share buttons or give me proper credit some other way.
Reposting my art within dA, or reposting my art anywhere under your own name is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.
You MAY NOT, under ANY CIRCUMSTANCE, remove my signature from my artwork unless you're using it as an icon or anything similar, in which case YOU MUST ASK MY PERMISSION FIRST.
MY PHOTOGRAPHS ARE NOT STOCK IMAGES AND ARE NOT YOURS TO USE.
Galahawk slowly rose up from her floor, her head hovering over the top of her desk. The great landscape of this desk was marvelous, and stretched as much as three feet back. Combined with the faint smell of wood and generic manufacturing, this was truly a sight to behold. At the end, stood what could only be described as one of the most useful and vital tools in all of the world; an eraser. But not just any eraser, oh no. It was one of those bright gleaming white Pentel erasers, which had the capability of being able to erase seemingly any error from surfaces that went beyond just mere paper. With one long arm stretched far, she grasped the defenceless saviour of artists everywhere. Time went to an almost screeching hault, as she slowly retracted her terrifying claw. Then everything sped back up again, and then for one reason or another, she began to suck on the eraser, contemplating its unique and bland flavour