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Good Omens Stamp by TwilightProwler Good Omens Stamp by TwilightProwler
I went searching for a Good Omens stamp last year but couldnt find one :wow: so during the time i was un-internet-ed this summer i made this one!

Actually i made four of them and because i lack the ability to choose myself ~RoseWeasley chose which one i should post :D
I really shoud stop making stamps

Good Omens (c) Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman



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xXRavenSongXx Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
FOR...THE...WIN.
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner May 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
:highfive:
I am both ecstatic and nervous about the tv adaptation of Good Omens. It could go incredibly right or horribly wrong. Hopefully it'll bring the book some more recognition and fans no matter what happens :)
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xXRavenSongXx Featured By Owner May 1, 2011
Yeah, but seeing as the other movie adaptations have gone somewhat horribly, terribly and obscurely wrong, I am anxious...
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I've got my fingers crossed. I really want it to go well but like you said, other movie adapts...well, yeah, not exactly what I was hoping for. I just hope that Terry Jones doesnt leave out any of the important bits out of the script. I hear it's being funded by STV and not Sky so at leat we can hope that David Jason wont be playing a lead character. Not that I've anything against him but the same man playing so many characters wasnt doing it for me
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xXRavenSongXx Featured By Owner May 2, 2011
IKR
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Lubiniki Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
:+favlove: Because it was a wonderful book to read. I think I will go read it again and not sleep until I have read it all :XD:
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Go forthwith and read it :heart: Ignore any sleep dep you might experience trying to read it all in one go - remember, it's worth it :XD:
Definetly in my top ten books.
Pratchett and Gaiman are simply amazing!
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Lubiniki Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
XD I know. I once stayed up all night (on a SCHOOL night. Not at all healthy), cause that book was driving me CRAZY D8 ... Like... It was telling me to read it... To read it ALL... :faint: (which is something most of Terry Pratchett's books do to me) Good thing sleeping in school didn't bring me as much problems as I thought it would XD

:D I agree, they are a great combination :3
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Tsk, Tsk, naughty, naughty. That must be Crowley's influence. He's such a good tempter :XD:
I've had those days myself Terry's books are bad for pulling you in, You think to yourself 'One more chapter' and before you know it it's 3am!

I kinda wish they would write another book together. I can only imagine what they could come up with but I know it'd be sheer Awesomeness!
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nightjarlette Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2009
Yessssssss love that book! The stamp is great. :D
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Terry Prachett and Neil Gaiman are Amazing!
I love Crowley & Aziraphale bickering and philosophizing. In fact i love that all the characters bicker and philosophise. Even the Horsemen.
If Terry and eil ever wrote a book together again, i'd move heaven and earth to read it
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nightjarlette Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2009
They're two of my favourite authors. Love everything of theirs that I can get my hands on. xD The dynamics of Crowley and Aziraphale's relationship was so fun to read about.

Hahaha, that would be awesome! Considering how much their writing has grown since then, it would be like...reading pure crack. Or something.
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Mine too. They're stories always make me think sometimes they even make me laugh ;p
I adored the scenes with Crowley and Aziraphale, sometimes the way they acted would remind me of little kids and then they'd do something fantastic.
Their little idiosyncracies made them a delight to read :)

Pure crack :XD: Just as addictive certainly Although I imagine it'd be pure gold in quality. They couldnt write anything less.
They were fantastic writers back then but just imagining what they could do now and the idea that they might...It'd be like every single good holiday all wrapped in one
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nightjarlette Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2009
Hahaha, I completely agree! It was a bit of a rollercoaster reading the book. Because you were always torn between simply laughing or trying to figure out the deeper meaning. I thought it was incredible how effective their writing was, because the vocabulary was fairly simple. It was the way that they manipulated those simple words that made the book so insightful and funny! It felt like I was witnessing real masters at work. Wordsmiths?

Yesssss, pure gold. :D Neil Gaiman I think might have changed more noticeably in terms of how he writes...but that might be because Terry Pratchett has been writing novels for so long that the changes in his works are more gradual. ffff I'm getting really eager to reread their books now. xD
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The-Paper-Lady-42 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2009
Ah, Good Omens... :heart: There wasn't a stamp?! Why not? Something's wrong with that... (I blame Crowley, myself)

Anyway, love the stamp! :D :heart:
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much! :tighthug:

I was shocked when i couldnt find one! It's Good Omens for... whoevers sake! That's two lots of author fans that should have demanded a stamp by now! (Crowley's usually is the one to blame :nod: He just loves causing mass annoyance like that ;p)
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The-Paper-Lady-42 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2009
You're welcome! :huggle:

It really just boggles the mind to think no one did this yet... Kudos to you! :D (Really is to blame for a lot of things, isn't he? I'm betting telemarketers... chain letters... stupid commercial jingles... my DA addiction...:D)
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I searched in deviant stamps for a Good Omens stamp.
I typed Good Omens, nothing. Pratchett, nothing. Neil Gaiman, nothing. Plenty of Discworld and Coraline stamps. I even checked for Crowley and Aziraphael just to be sure, nothing :no:
But, heck, i'm sure not disappointed to be the first to make one! :D
(Well, it is Crowley. Is there anything he's not to blame for in some way?)
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The-Paper-Lady-42 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009
That just seems so weird... But I'm glad there's one now!
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TwilightProwler Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
:ohmygod: I've found three now. They just werent placed under deviant stamps ^^;
Oh, well. There's a new one now :giggle:
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The-Paper-Lady-42 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009
Ah... Well, I declare you to be the official first Good-Omens-stamp-poster even so! That'll teach people to mislabel their stamps. :D
Anywho, this one's awesome :D
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