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NINTENDO: Yoshi, Pokemon characters, Mii QR codes, and beam swords copyrighted to.
SEGA: Fox design most likely copyrighted to.
APPLE: iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, and MacBook Pro copyrighted to.
SDRAGON01: S. Dragon copyrighted to him.
TURBO-TAILS-8027: Mega Shi copyrighted to him. Stato is partially copyrighted.
SECRETGOOMBAMAN12345: Kyle the Pikachu is copyrighted to him.
5COCO12: Cally is copyrighted to her.
YOSHITAILS54: Cloud is copyrighted to him.
YOSHINOJAS: Mr. Yoshi is copyrighted to him.
GYROESEHNI: Yoshi Super Green is copyrighted to him.
AWSMYOSHI: Summer's Yoshisona copyrighted to her.
YOSHIMAKER999: Ashley's Yoshisona copyrighted to her.
Mr. AahH!!: Ponos Co. copyrighted to.
MICROSOFT: PowerPoint 2007 copyrighted to.
DeviantART: Muro copyrighted to.

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:iconazoshi:
Azoshi
Dec 21, 2014
1:39 am
:iconkyrio:
kyrio
Dec 18, 2014
10:32 pm
:iconscarpine496:
Scarpine496
Dec 16, 2014
2:51 am
:iconnndragon4:
nndragon4
Dec 14, 2014
3:24 am
:iconlkklkoopa:
lKKlKoopa
Dec 12, 2014
11:52 pm

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Pokemon Project

As I work on my Pokemon Project, look here for upcoming updates and works:

:bulletred: An updated reference for myself.
:bulletorange: My Dragonite of the team.
:bulletred: My Delphox of the team.
:bulletyellow: My Raichu of the team.
:bulletgreen: My Tropius of the team.
:bulletblue: My Wailmer of the team.
:bulletwhite: My Snorlax of the team.
:bulletpink: Pokemon region concept.

Characters

Check out the list of characters that exist.

KYE (I'm a Sprite by iKYLE): A quick and adventurous solid colored Yoshi who loves to run and transform.
YOSHI (Being that Paint'd Sprite by iKYLE): (Dropped)
CANDI (Sprited Candi by iKYLE): (Dropped)
JAKE (Spriting Jake by iKYLE): Hardcore at first, but a real smooth guy, Jake is your everyday music lover.
SPOT (Spot the Yoshi by iKYLE): The most colorful and carefree Yoshi there is, Spot is a gentle soul.
GOLDIE (16-Bit Goldie by iKYLE): The youngest and born from Kye, Goldie is a baby Yoshi-dragon who has already made big progress.
CALVIN (16-Bit Calvin by iKYLE): Calvin is different from the rest, being a fox, but related to Kye in likes.
APPLE (Apple the Yoshi by iKYLE): A Yoshi fused with apples and is married to Kye.
GRAPE: Apple's child, she is a purple/neon green/neon pink Yoshi-Fruit who is as sweet as Goldie.
HAMMER: (Dropped)
WHITION: (Dropped)
OBERON: A new Yoshi, colors of metals, born as a ball!
KYEO: A Yoshi project result from Kye's own attributes and abilities.
NEBULA: A Yoshi-Puppy who resembles Spot in nearly every way!
CRESTIE: (Redacted)
CINNAMON: The Yoshi with loves for reading and is quite studious.
WING: A young Dragonite that Kye adopted because of lost family.
BALLIE-YOSHIE: A Yoshi that was abused growing up.
OOOSHI: A Yoshi baby of Kye and Apple, who is a literal blob of doughy goo.
YOSHI-ULTIMATE: (Dropped)
MARYANNE-ANNABELLE: (Redacted)
CHIP: An Armaron (species created by LilArrin) from a faraway universe, loaded with the power of fire.
KYE JR.: An experimental clone of Kye that went horribly wrong at the last second.
O: A golden retriever with a massive intellect.

TOTAL CHARACTERS: 24

List of Transformed Kyle Episodes

1 | Inflation + iPad Messages
2 | Ball + Computers
3 | Bun + Hamburger
4 | Goopy + Cookie Dough
5 | Pancake + Cooking
6 | Dollar Coin + Savings
7 | Rolled Up + Mail
8 | App + Games
9 | Melty + Bathing
10 | Picture Framed + Photo Stream
11 | Doughball + Sleep
12 | Present + Christmas
13 | Ice Cream + Sweets
14 | CD + Music
15 | Computer + PC Games
16 | ??? + Apple
17 | ??? + Trains
18 | Roller Coaster + ???
19 | ??? + Wii
20 | ??? + Vanilla
21 | Book + ???
22 | ??? + Art

+1 | Jarred
+2 | Ball Balloon
+3 | [Sent]
+4 | [Kye's in on this...]
+5 | [One Horse]
+6 | [Round 4]
+7 | [One Dimensional Looks Good]
+8 | [My Own Place]
+9 | [Crafted]
+10 | [Time Flies]
+11 | [Puff]

Placeholder | Jarred Jelly

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Not sure what to think of the deviantART app. It could use a bit of tweaking.
I understand I haven't posted in a long time, so I feel as if I should put something up to let everyone know I'm still here.

I've always said this, I wouldn't leave dA for any reason at all. I want to go as long as I can with it, and even then, why should I delete my account if I do? Still, I'm always on every day. Same with FA, actually.

Even with my lack of posting artwork and other things, I do have some things to sketch out and draw whenever I feel like I really want to draw again. I've been working on redoing my own Yoshi self a few times and haven't really gotten a good final look up until now, so that's one of the next ideas I have to handle. What I think is my problem is that my art program - Paint.NET - is incompatible with Mac. I can't use it because its files are only meant for Windows. This means in order for me to continue coloring my work, in an easy and simple fashion, I would have to make sure the sketch is uploaded to my Windows laptop, use Paint.NET (which hasn't always been the most stable on an aging laptop), save the finished product, and upload it. It's a bit of a chore to handle, I have an outline as well to use for a new character that I have on my Mac, that needs to go to my laptop to color. Thankfully, I'm certain I'm getting a Windows 7 installation disc to use on my Mac with a software called Boot Camp. Simply put, it allows me to run native Windows on my Mac using my Mac's hardware. So that means I can put everything from my laptop onto my Mac and run it like I always have, up to at least four times better than my laptop.

Speaking of which, can I say how interesting the new dA logo looks? It looks cool to me! I was trying so hard to figure out how to depict the D in the whole deviantART name, but I guess "art" is a much broader point to focus on. It makes sense, it makes you stop to look at it and wonder.

On an unrelated note, it is now December, I find it unbelievable at what time of year it is, for multiple reasons. Thanksgiving was...interesting, I'll say. It was sad to know it's my first without my Dad, amongst family members who I've either haven't seen in a very long time, or at all. It was a Thanksgiving lunch, essentially, as I got to work until later that night. I've never seen it so busy for a Black Friday event, I honestly thought it was going to be more chaotic. I suppose that's a good thing; I don't think I want to come to work the next day and the whole place is up in flames or surrounded by police trying to handle a huge crowd. I don't know. But I think December is going to be the toughest month of all to get through. What was easily my most favorite time of year is being put into question this year since my Dad won't be here. What's even more is family on his side are coming to join us for Christmas, something I would've loved to have happened years prior, but I guess you can't get everything you want...   Then again, we need each other right now. It's probably the hardest time for us, there's no telling how much longer it'll take before I can put these feelings somewhat behind me and know I can move on. I think it hurts me to know how my Mom feels sometimes, or that my brother now has to go through some big moments in his life, like his graduation and Eagle Project, things my Dad was there for when I did them, and he doesn't have my Dad there anymore.

I will say, that as sad as it was to see my Dad take his last breath, he taught me something hard and important that day in the hospital: what death is like. When you lose a loved one, it does something to you. It hurts. You know they're there one moment and the next, they're gone. Just make sure to say "I love you" to your family this Christmas. Even if you don't celebrate it, it shouldn't matter. Family is something you only get once.

That's what I've got to say, I felt like I should say something, even if it was kinda...thought up on the spot, pffft~
  • Mood: Seasonal
  • Listening to: News Junkie
  • Reading: N/A
  • Watching: N/A
  • Playing: The Sims 3
  • Eating: Spaghetti & Meatballs
  • Drinking: Pepsi
Can I share how much I love Owl City right now?
Name of Game: Super Stickman Golf 2
Developer: Noodlecake Studios Inc
Release Date: March 8, 2013
Latest Update: May 5, 2014
Version: 2.3
Platform: iOS
Price: Free (Temporarily)

When taking a moment to think about sports, I've slowly become the person who strays away from them. At one point I did enjoy playing sports. Basketball, baseball, street hockey, all that good stuff. However, as I get older, I've participated less and less to the point where I look at games based on sports. One of my favorite ways of looking at sports are ones that become fantasized, such as the Mario sports subseries. Golf in games such as Mario Golf series or Wii Sports are fun to play, but some of my favorites are when golf is played in a 2D environment, it feels much easier to play, but what makes it even better is when a game adds in power-ups, unique stage hazards, and creative level design, all of these components together warrant Super Stickman Golf 2 for iOS a review from me.

Putting it simply, golf is a sport where the player uses types of clubs to whack a ball across a course to make it fall into a hole on the other side in the least amount of swings possible while avoiding possible hazards, such as water or sand. In this game, you also have to factor in many other hazards such as the returning water, bottomless pits, acid, lasers, so on and so forth. Not only that, but there are also new gimmicks across each part of the world that also need considering, such as sand traps, which stop movement of the ball upon contact, sticky walls, which allow the ball to attach to any surface, and utilizing power-ups. Power-ups are gained as you play each world. In order to unlock a power-up, you usually have to par a course, which means your overall score cannot be over the combined total of par. Beginning a new game in any world grants you 7 power-ups to use. Mulligan is the first power-up you unlock, which allows you to redo your previous shot. This is very useful if you land in an area you didn't want to be in, or hit a hazard and get a stroke penalty. Sticky Ball allows your ball to hit any surface and stick to it as if there was sticky there to begin with. Ice Ball allows your ball to freeze water upon contact, preventing you from getting a water penalty (without ice physics). Hazard Swap switches all sand traps with water and vice-versa instantly. Air Brakes allows you to drop your ball wherever it is in the air straight down, and in some places, mashing the button allows you to stall the ball in mid-air so that it can hit a moving platform you might be landing on. Laser Ball fires your ball in a straight line until it hits something and will drop down. Magnet Ball allows your ball to attract to the hole when the button is held down, capable of doing so twice. Super Ball doubles the distance the ball travels when shot. Nitro Ball (the only power-up not unlocked at the time of this review) allows you to make the ball do mid-air jumps. All of these together can give you quite a large variety when getting to the hole.

Super Stickman Golf 2 contains 7 packages, each containing four worlds from within, with nine holes each. Each world must be unlocked by gaining experience, with numerous ways of gaining it. Completing the course, getting no bogeys, not using power-ups, so on and so forth, and the experience you gain in the end has a multiplier that increases based on the difficulty. Altogether this game offers 252 holes to play through. Alongside all the holes, you also have different bodies to choose from, balls to buy using the in-game Bux, and hats which change a graphic or grant you an extra ability, such as the Hipster Glasses, which doesn't affect gameplay, but makes your golfer larger in size, or the Pirate Hat, which changes all water to red to imitate bloody water.

The Bux is how you can unlock more ball effects, use to buy new hats, skip to the next level, or buy another power-up when you use all 7. In each course, you will be challenged to find 10 Bux hidden somewhere in the set of holes, and will grant you an extra 10 Bux when you find them all, with the exception of Bux Factory, which has 70 Bux hidden in the level, hence the name. You also have access to an in-app store to buy more Bux if you run out using real currency, which I always stay away from, and the ability to follow the developer's Facebook page or Twitter for an extra 5 Bux, or to review them for the same amount or watch a quick video to get an extra Bux. You can also gain Bux by completing random challenges in single player, or by claiming victory in an online match. The game throws many ways to gain more Bux, but when you see how much something costs, you realize that Bux is not very plentiful. Unless it's something I've missed, everything in this game costs at least 5 Bux, such as accessing the Hat Machine, buying an eighth power-up, so on and so forth. I always keep my money saved in the game for something like balls, since that's the one thing I want to put the money towards. I do a fine enough job as it is without various hats, it just bugs me that when you burn through 10 Bux, you have a lot to do to get it back.

In conclusion, Super Stickman Golf 2 is a very fun sidetracking game that I'm glad I caught when it was free. I catch myself going back to the game numerous times in a day when I've run out of things to play or do. Super Stickman Golf 2 is the 2D golfing game I was thinking of. The controls work well, as you work to perfect your angle and strength each time. The music in this game is pretty good too, it's very retro and sometimes I'll restart a game just to get the track I want. If you own an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android device or Amazon smartphone, this game is well worth its price: free. You'd be doing yourself a disservice getting it when it puts it back on a paid status.

Included is a short 85 second video of me playing the first four courses of the game. Each of the holes I showed in this video are possible to score a hole in one in.

MOV

Download (111 MB)


And with that, I'll see you guys next time for another review!
Kyle's Reviews | Super Stickman Golf 2
Hey, I did a review! :party:

I've been meaning to get back into something here on dA, and I figured what better way to go back than a review. I decided to begin with an iOS game, which aren't big games to begin with, in order to get myself back on track.

Super Stickman Golf 2 is the game this time, take a look at what I thought of it. Have you played a golfing game before?

EDIT: Now included is a download link to watch a video I recorded of me playing the first four holes in the game.
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Name of Game: Super Stickman Golf 2
Developer: Noodlecake Studios Inc
Release Date: March 8, 2013
Latest Update: May 5, 2014
Version: 2.3
Platform: iOS
Price: Free (Temporarily)

When taking a moment to think about sports, I've slowly become the person who strays away from them. At one point I did enjoy playing sports. Basketball, baseball, street hockey, all that good stuff. However, as I get older, I've participated less and less to the point where I look at games based on sports. One of my favorite ways of looking at sports are ones that become fantasized, such as the Mario sports subseries. Golf in games such as Mario Golf series or Wii Sports are fun to play, but some of my favorites are when golf is played in a 2D environment, it feels much easier to play, but what makes it even better is when a game adds in power-ups, unique stage hazards, and creative level design, all of these components together warrant Super Stickman Golf 2 for iOS a review from me.

Putting it simply, golf is a sport where the player uses types of clubs to whack a ball across a course to make it fall into a hole on the other side in the least amount of swings possible while avoiding possible hazards, such as water or sand. In this game, you also have to factor in many other hazards such as the returning water, bottomless pits, acid, lasers, so on and so forth. Not only that, but there are also new gimmicks across each part of the world that also need considering, such as sand traps, which stop movement of the ball upon contact, sticky walls, which allow the ball to attach to any surface, and utilizing power-ups. Power-ups are gained as you play each world. In order to unlock a power-up, you usually have to par a course, which means your overall score cannot be over the combined total of par. Beginning a new game in any world grants you 7 power-ups to use. Mulligan is the first power-up you unlock, which allows you to redo your previous shot. This is very useful if you land in an area you didn't want to be in, or hit a hazard and get a stroke penalty. Sticky Ball allows your ball to hit any surface and stick to it as if there was sticky there to begin with. Ice Ball allows your ball to freeze water upon contact, preventing you from getting a water penalty (without ice physics). Hazard Swap switches all sand traps with water and vice-versa instantly. Air Brakes allows you to drop your ball wherever it is in the air straight down, and in some places, mashing the button allows you to stall the ball in mid-air so that it can hit a moving platform you might be landing on. Laser Ball fires your ball in a straight line until it hits something and will drop down. Magnet Ball allows your ball to attract to the hole when the button is held down, capable of doing so twice. Super Ball doubles the distance the ball travels when shot. Nitro Ball (the only power-up not unlocked at the time of this review) allows you to make the ball do mid-air jumps. All of these together can give you quite a large variety when getting to the hole.

Super Stickman Golf 2 contains 7 packages, each containing four worlds from within, with nine holes each. Each world must be unlocked by gaining experience, with numerous ways of gaining it. Completing the course, getting no bogeys, not using power-ups, so on and so forth, and the experience you gain in the end has a multiplier that increases based on the difficulty. Altogether this game offers 252 holes to play through. Alongside all the holes, you also have different bodies to choose from, balls to buy using the in-game Bux, and hats which change a graphic or grant you an extra ability, such as the Hipster Glasses, which doesn't affect gameplay, but makes your golfer larger in size, or the Pirate Hat, which changes all water to red to imitate bloody water.

The Bux is how you can unlock more ball effects, use to buy new hats, skip to the next level, or buy another power-up when you use all 7. In each course, you will be challenged to find 10 Bux hidden somewhere in the set of holes, and will grant you an extra 10 Bux when you find them all, with the exception of Bux Factory, which has 70 Bux hidden in the level, hence the name. You also have access to an in-app store to buy more Bux if you run out using real currency, which I always stay away from, and the ability to follow the developer's Facebook page or Twitter for an extra 5 Bux, or to review them for the same amount or watch a quick video to get an extra Bux. You can also gain Bux by completing random challenges in single player, or by claiming victory in an online match. The game throws many ways to gain more Bux, but when you see how much something costs, you realize that Bux is not very plentiful. Unless it's something I've missed, everything in this game costs at least 5 Bux, such as accessing the Hat Machine, buying an eighth power-up, so on and so forth. I always keep my money saved in the game for something like balls, since that's the one thing I want to put the money towards. I do a fine enough job as it is without various hats, it just bugs me that when you burn through 10 Bux, you have a lot to do to get it back.

In conclusion, Super Stickman Golf 2 is a very fun sidetracking game that I'm glad I caught when it was free. I catch myself going back to the game numerous times in a day when I've run out of things to play or do. Super Stickman Golf 2 is the 2D golfing game I was thinking of. The controls work well, as you work to perfect your angle and strength each time. The music in this game is pretty good too, it's very retro and sometimes I'll restart a game just to get the track I want. If you own an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android device or Amazon smartphone, this game is well worth its price: free. You'd be doing yourself a disservice getting it when it puts it back on a paid status.

Included is a short 85 second video of me playing the first four courses of the game. Each of the holes I showed in this video are possible to score a hole in one in.

MOV

Download (111 MB)


And with that, I'll see you guys next time for another review!
Kyle's Reviews | Super Stickman Golf 2
Hey, I did a review! :party:

I've been meaning to get back into something here on dA, and I figured what better way to go back than a review. I decided to begin with an iOS game, which aren't big games to begin with, in order to get myself back on track.

Super Stickman Golf 2 is the game this time, take a look at what I thought of it. Have you played a golfing game before?

EDIT: Now included is a download link to watch a video I recorded of me playing the first four holes in the game.
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I understand I haven't posted in a long time, so I feel as if I should put something up to let everyone know I'm still here.

I've always said this, I wouldn't leave dA for any reason at all. I want to go as long as I can with it, and even then, why should I delete my account if I do? Still, I'm always on every day. Same with FA, actually.

Even with my lack of posting artwork and other things, I do have some things to sketch out and draw whenever I feel like I really want to draw again. I've been working on redoing my own Yoshi self a few times and haven't really gotten a good final look up until now, so that's one of the next ideas I have to handle. What I think is my problem is that my art program - Paint.NET - is incompatible with Mac. I can't use it because its files are only meant for Windows. This means in order for me to continue coloring my work, in an easy and simple fashion, I would have to make sure the sketch is uploaded to my Windows laptop, use Paint.NET (which hasn't always been the most stable on an aging laptop), save the finished product, and upload it. It's a bit of a chore to handle, I have an outline as well to use for a new character that I have on my Mac, that needs to go to my laptop to color. Thankfully, I'm certain I'm getting a Windows 7 installation disc to use on my Mac with a software called Boot Camp. Simply put, it allows me to run native Windows on my Mac using my Mac's hardware. So that means I can put everything from my laptop onto my Mac and run it like I always have, up to at least four times better than my laptop.

Speaking of which, can I say how interesting the new dA logo looks? It looks cool to me! I was trying so hard to figure out how to depict the D in the whole deviantART name, but I guess "art" is a much broader point to focus on. It makes sense, it makes you stop to look at it and wonder.

On an unrelated note, it is now December, I find it unbelievable at what time of year it is, for multiple reasons. Thanksgiving was...interesting, I'll say. It was sad to know it's my first without my Dad, amongst family members who I've either haven't seen in a very long time, or at all. It was a Thanksgiving lunch, essentially, as I got to work until later that night. I've never seen it so busy for a Black Friday event, I honestly thought it was going to be more chaotic. I suppose that's a good thing; I don't think I want to come to work the next day and the whole place is up in flames or surrounded by police trying to handle a huge crowd. I don't know. But I think December is going to be the toughest month of all to get through. What was easily my most favorite time of year is being put into question this year since my Dad won't be here. What's even more is family on his side are coming to join us for Christmas, something I would've loved to have happened years prior, but I guess you can't get everything you want...   Then again, we need each other right now. It's probably the hardest time for us, there's no telling how much longer it'll take before I can put these feelings somewhat behind me and know I can move on. I think it hurts me to know how my Mom feels sometimes, or that my brother now has to go through some big moments in his life, like his graduation and Eagle Project, things my Dad was there for when I did them, and he doesn't have my Dad there anymore.

I will say, that as sad as it was to see my Dad take his last breath, he taught me something hard and important that day in the hospital: what death is like. When you lose a loved one, it does something to you. It hurts. You know they're there one moment and the next, they're gone. Just make sure to say "I love you" to your family this Christmas. Even if you don't celebrate it, it shouldn't matter. Family is something you only get once.

That's what I've got to say, I felt like I should say something, even if it was kinda...thought up on the spot, pffft~
  • Mood: Seasonal
  • Listening to: News Junkie
  • Reading: N/A
  • Watching: N/A
  • Playing: The Sims 3
  • Eating: Spaghetti & Meatballs
  • Drinking: Pepsi

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iKYLE
Kyle Doyle
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Hello, people!
Welcome to my page, you may call me Kyle or iKYLE.
I love video games and drawing (duh), and I'm quite the techie geek. Mostly Apple stuff. You have something to ask me about iOS products, I have an answer!
I'm pleased to meet anyone who likes my art.
I am a big time Yoshi TF artist, and quite possibly the only one at that for the time being. Do take a peek!

Click the folders in my Gallery for details on Kye, Wing or any of my characters.



DeviantART isn't the only place I go to. Check me out here:
TrackMania United Forever - iKYLE or kyle823
Xat - iKYLE
iScribble - iKYLE-X
Minecraft - iKYE
YouTube - iKYLE823
Tumblr - Trio-Of-Yoshies-And-A-Dragonite
Game Center - Kyle the Yoshi

DeviantART Family
Brothers: :iconsdragon01:, :iconturbo-tails-8027:, :icongyroesehni:, :iconsecretgoombaman12345:, :iconwarriornick:, :iconacethegolden:, :iconyoshij1had:, :iconyoshidrawer32:, :iconlilarrin:, :iconspikethefoxyyoshi:
TF-Brother: :icontylorthehedgehog: / :icontylorgoldenyoshi:
Bouncy Brother: :iconbasher954:
Sisters: :iconyoshimaker999:
Adopted Children: :iconspartist95:, :icondragondestruction:
TF Student: :icondragondestruction:
Stepmother: :iconstarsnow2577:
dAmn Awesome Friend: :iconryuufirestorm:, :iconlilarrin:

Profile picture drawn by the amazing LilArrin.
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YouTube

Blogger

Trackmill

Minecraft

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Launchball

Scale of the Universe

Physics Games

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This ship pops up onscreen and allows you to destroy things on any website. Move with the arrow keys and shoot with the space bar. Press Esc to cancel the ship and refresh the page to clear your damages.

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Shoutbox

Stellarlights:iconstellarlights:
boo
Sun Jul 27, 2014, 3:07 PM
iKYLE:iconikyle:
OH MY GOD WHY ARE WE SCREAMING
Wed Mar 5, 2014, 6:14 PM
McTobi:iconmctobi:
I SCREAM YOU SCREAM WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE SCREAM
Sat Mar 1, 2014, 8:28 AM
iKYLE:iconikyle:
BIRTHDAY!!!!!
Sun Apr 7, 2013, 4:08 PM
iKYLE:iconikyle:
New episodes of Transformed Kyle coming this weekend!
Wed Feb 13, 2013, 2:17 PM
darkyoshi973:icondarkyoshi973:
F*** YAY 2013 ROCKS
Sat Feb 2, 2013, 8:58 PM
bogm0nst3r:iconbogm0nst3r:
My computer won't let me join the chats!
Fri Dec 21, 2012, 6:16 PM
Dragondestruction:icondragondestruction:
I see a shoutbox... here's my chance: FUS RO DAH!
Wed Nov 14, 2012, 2:55 AM
iKYLE:iconikyle:
Who is made of win?! :dummy:
Sun Nov 11, 2012, 2:13 PM
Yukimazan:iconyukimazan:
Laaaaaaaaa~ xD
Sat Aug 25, 2012, 8:16 AM
Dragondestruction:icondragondestruction:
Can't say I've ever used a shoutbox before, so here's my first time.
Tue Jun 26, 2012, 3:54 PM
darkyoshi973:icondarkyoshi973:
how can i be your friend
Mon May 28, 2012, 7:39 PM
HFC4545:iconhfc4545:
[link]
Mon May 28, 2012, 5:13 PM
iKYLE:iconikyle:
It's mah birfdai!!
Fri Apr 6, 2012, 10:31 PM
Rairai-The-Raichu
HI. I LIKE PIE. YOU?
Fri Mar 30, 2012, 9:49 AM
silvermoon551:iconsilvermoon551:
feel like RPing yet?
Thu Mar 29, 2012, 1:15 PM
Caelanchu:iconcaelanchu:
Hey, want to rp?
Mon Feb 27, 2012, 4:58 PM
Caelanchu:iconcaelanchu:
Go wash my underwear with whipped cream and a toothbrush. [link]
Tue Feb 21, 2012, 4:44 PM
Silverfur15:iconsilverfur15:
:squee::squee::squee:
Sun Feb 12, 2012, 2:21 PM
RyuuFireStorm
...*:dummy:
Thu Jan 5, 2012, 11:39 AM
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:icongondor234:
Gondor234 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch! :3
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sure! My friend, SDragon01, told me about you. You have some good art!
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:icongondor234:
Gondor234 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Thanks and you too as well
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey kyle, dude! how are you? you built up such a story here, keep it up! im the only one comenting here which makes me sad.... your yoshi family should come up and give you some hugs!
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hey how are ya?
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Doing OK, sorry it took so long to answer. Things have been busy as usual.
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
no problemo! I what have you been doing lately?
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Extremely caught up with everything that I took forever to reply to this IAMSOSORRY

Not too much to really say, work is good, classes are back in, things are getting kinda better.
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darkyoshi973 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hey… Well… I just came here just to Er… Well… Eh hehe… well to um…  well… to… (after this am going to punch myself in the… nah just… well I don't know so am a think about it) am going to well… unwatch you (am sorry but since I said does Horrible things to you, if I keep the watch I'll keep think about that if I see your username) so yea goodbye! Fare well! Adiós señor! *Sigh* 
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
OK, goodbye!
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:icondarkyoshi973:
darkyoshi973 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Adiós…

Tú eres un niño más bueno!
Adiós mi amigo!

(Well I hope you understand that, it's in Spanish, Tho)
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:iconkilkakon-totodile:
kilkakon-totodile Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey cheers for the watch! I hope you continue to enjoy :aww:
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem, I really enjoyed your work! Keep it up!
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:iconkilkakon-totodile:
kilkakon-totodile Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I will! :D
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:iconkendulun-the-kihoryu:
Kendulun-the-Kihoryu Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the fave x
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem! Your style reminds me of someone else's at one point. :)
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
huhu
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bogm0nst3r Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Charlie The Espurr by bogm0nst3r  horse by breathope  EQUAL by rodrigozenteno  
TF2: CRAMP by DCWyverx  
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
OK.
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:iconbogm0nst3r:
bogm0nst3r Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
I have a feeling you didn't find it funny.
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Mostly because it was confusing. I didn't know what I was looking at!
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hello kyle, how are you?
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey. How am I? Uncertain, about as specific as I can get.
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:iconmctobi:
McTobi Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
about what? (besides your mood)
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:iconikyle:
iKYLE Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Check your Notes.
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