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    Quote Originally Posted by TASmith View Post
    william merritt chase, self portrait.
    *swoon*

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    Not to be left out:



    I love me a 'stache.

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    that Dude

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    To everyone who thought the windmill guy was impressive: (skip to 0:20)



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    Charles Darwin:



    Tchaikovsky:



    Mussorgsky:



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    and.... Annie Jones (who says only men can be real artists?):



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    MIYAZAKI

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    I'm sure I've given Mussorgsky money? he had a dog and everything…

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    Frank Zappa


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    Quote Originally Posted by Venger View Post
    I'm sure I've given Mussorgsky money? he had a dog and everything…
    Hehe, I have similar thoughts every time I see that portrait. But it was painted only days before his death, at which time he had been an alcoholic for many years. Repin portrayed him with somewhat brutal honesty.

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    Not an artist but Corporal Himmelstoss has an awesome moustache XD


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn207 View Post
    So what to do if your a girl?
    Sandwiches

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    This is my favorite thread ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Synapse View Post
    Serpian, this one just seems so much more ballsy though

    That guy is my favourite. It's also a shame he's my president. I wish I could grow a mustache.

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    ^ That guy is the President of Michigan?

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    My friend Kevin Woody has some pretty epic facial hair going on, as does some of his artwork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    ^ That guy is the President of Michigan?
    Hehe i'm from Zimbabwe, but I live in NY and school in Michigan.

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    I think this thread is a little stereo typed, also I'd like to no not every male artist needs a moustache to do art and also the fact that there are female artists out there who would find this thread offensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharonLRoberts View Post
    I think this thread is a little stereo typed, also I'd like to no not every male artist needs a moustache to do art and also the fact that there are female artists out there who would find this thread offensive.
    Some people seem to make a habit out of being offended. Besides, just because it isn't gender normative doesn't mean anything is stopping girls from growing them too. Check out this completely unmodified picture of Anne Frank, for instance:
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    Charon, I can tell by your post history that you're going to be great fun to have around.


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    George Lucas is going to digitally correct a major problem with indiana jones. For once I agree.


    Quote Originally Posted by CharonLRoberts View Post
    I think this thread is a little stereo typed, also I'd like to no not every male artist needs a moustache to do art and also the fact that there are female artists out there who would find this thread offensive.
    Says the person with a Suckerpunch avatar. Talk about sexist and offensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Charon, I can tell by your post history that you're going to be great fun to have around.

    Somewhat admirable. Join a major international art forum and
    within 2 months of your membership, comprising of 3 posts,
    manage to alienate yourself like you've been around for years.

    Oh and post no art.

    Dear Charon:



    Quote Originally Posted by CharonLRoberts View Post
    My name's Charon I'm a Traditional Artist and well I joined this site near the end of March, but before you even ask I won't be posting any of my here like with all the other sites that I'm on my work is in the private eye due to personal reasons. That's all I'll say on that...
    Not only are you doing it wrong...I don't even know what you are
    doing here at all. Unless you are just here to instigate trouble, in which
    case your stay will be a short one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharonLRoberts View Post
    I think this thread is a little stereo typed, also I'd like to no not every male artist needs a moustache to do art and also the fact that there are female artists out there who would find this thread offensive.
    Oh come on. We girls get *sandwiches*. I for one totally support the "give a delicious sandwich to a female artist" initiative.

    If anyone is filling orders right now, I would like a grilled Nutella strawberry sandwich, and please wrap it up securely so the UPS guy doesn't eat it.

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    I'm not sure if someone already posted this. frida kahlo's magnificent unibrow and starter-stache surely count for something.



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    Well shit, no wonder I still suck! Hopefully my largely spanish and italian ancestry will bestow a mighty mustache upon my naked parafiltrum soon enough for me to finally become a true artist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmallPoly View Post
    Some people seem to make a habit out of being offended. Besides, just because it isn't gender normative doesn't mean anything is stopping girls from growing them too. Check out this completely unmodified picture of Anne Frank, for instance:
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    Anne Frank? Isn't it Anne Zappa? Or is it Frank Frank?

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