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Hetalia - American Revolution by Skythewolfdog9 Hetalia - American Revolution by Skythewolfdog9
Why did I draw this? :iconcryforeverplz:
I guess it's more motion blur practice...but still, it's so sad. :iconcryforeverplz:

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DerpyHetaMuffin Jul 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
*goes to cry in the corner* Oh God here come the feels. :'(    
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:iconkaylee2000:
you draw very well, but i never wanted this to happen. because i love america and england , but i dont want them to fight its toooooo sad.plus im part british, but born in america, so i respect them both
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:iconmmd-ask-2prussia:
Admin: Tis The Sad Truth Of Real Life Kid Everyone Has To Deal With It Since History Has Tought Us That Everything Isn't About Happy Endings That Much You May Wanna Think Of It That Way But Deep Down You Know Tis True I Mean Sure You Can Get Married And Live Happy But At The End We All Die Anyway But Don't Feel Sad You Can Just Choose To Ignore And Leave It At That...And Sorry If I Says All This.
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TheBloodInk Jan 16, 2013  Student Artist
I love how accurate this is!~ :D
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Skythewolfdog9 Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks~
Although I am missing Prussia here. D:
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:iconmmd-ask-2prussia:
Admin: Yes The Germans Did Teach America How To Fight,
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TheBloodInk Jan 16, 2013  Student Artist
Well, yes, but he played only a tiny part, but I guess you could fill him in there when you have the time. :shrug:
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Pokewarriorsegagon Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I think Prussia helped America train the armies in Valley Forge...I think.... (This is coming from a sixth grade American studying world history)
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