The Coffee Table

Name: Cameron

Age: 19

This is my personal blog for all my creative endeavors, mainly art and writing.

My current projects are a novel, Embers of Essence, which is in rough draft stage.
Also I am developing a graphic novel, Legacy, which all my art will mostly center on besides fan-art and gift-art.

I'm not currently taking commisions right now since I don't have a PayPal or anything like that. But hey, in the future maybe?

Because this is also a personal blog, I'll post whatever suits my fancy, mostly fandom related stuff.
This includes:



Final Fantasy



Also animals. I love animals! ;)

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ʀᴏᴛᴇᴄᴛ ʏᴏᴜʀ PRIDE.

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if you’re sad just watch this wolf gif. look at it.

who’s a huge big vicious apex predator?WHO’S A BIG SILLY? :D



if you’re sad just watch this wolf gif. look at it.

who’s a huge big vicious apex predator?


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"Somebody help me…"

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Asker fruitso Asks:
Do you have an image or gif for everything?
fruitso fruitso Said:


u bet i do bro


I can play too



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Cloud looks so uncomfortable in his Dissidia team’s fanart.


A seahorse admiring his own reflection from a divers watch.

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The new harry potter movie looks great

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Since my other Redwall sketches were such a success, I thought you guys might want some more.

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Mutant 101 - Comic-Con 2014 Exclusive “X-Men: Days Of Future Past” Posters

Asker lordjeram Asks:
What do you think about Ira Glass saying that Shakespeare isn't good? I mean other than the obvious anger.
fruitso fruitso Said:


Glass has apparently followed that up by saying “That was kind of an off-the-cuff thing to say that in the cold light of day, I’m not sure I can defend at all.” He seems to realize that his foot was in his mouth.

But even if I was to examine his poorly considered statements, the most he said about Shakespeare was that he “wasn’t relatable.” First, that’s an absurd criteria for any form of art. As if all art is a slave to you, the viewer, reaffirming something about your life. It also presupposes that the viewer is under no obligation to engage with the art and seek out that “relatability.” Art only becomes art through the engagement of the viewer. Second, how is Shakespeare not relatable? Because he says “thou” and “thee?” Because he talks about long-dead nobles in a pre-democratic, pre-globalized setting? Bullshit. Hamlet is everyone’s self-loathing. Falstaff is everyone’s self-satisfaction. Othello is jealousy. Macbeth is pride. Prince Hal is ambition. Miranda is innocence. Juliet is passion. Lear is heartbreak. Brutus is guilt. Jacques is melancholy. Caliban is oppression. Coriolanus is reticence. Beatrice is wit and Bottom is joy. Shakespeare is THE MOST RELATABLE WRITER EVER.

Glass said a very dumb thing, and he knows it.

"It’s hard to kind of find something that was… that had the balance of being not too animal, and yet, not kind of human… And be able to be quite subtle ‘bout it and suggest things. So it was quite hard to do that and quite hard work to do that cuz you find out the way to do it by jumping around and running about." - Alan Cumming on Kurt’s movements

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