Here’s a Father’s Day sigil for you. Its goal? To keep your father happy, healthy, mentally alert, mentally awake, physically healthy, financially stable, kind and generous for as long as possible.
My father will get the original. There’s things in here which are coded specifically for him, but other elements which are more general.
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Wow, Andrew, that’s really beautiful. (I mean, I like your art a great deal anyway, but it had slipped my mind how intricate it can be. Also, I really like visual-texture inkwork.)