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Contact and About me.

Concept Artist and Illustrator known under "Kilaq" alias: also known as traveler, photographer, musher, animal rights activist and passionate hunter about the life itself.

MY EMAIL: leonheart (at)

My email leonheart (at) is NOT working anymore, for some strange reason I'm unable to open it.

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I'm trying to make it more visible. It's highly recommended to read if you are interested to commission/buy/bid on auction my artwork.…


... every of you guys can help me to live in a dream. 

So, let's do that! Please VOTE on me below on this link:…

And if you can, please share around to help me to reach the necessary amount of votes to get in! Unfortunately I got introduced there very late and I have very little of time- till 12 december.

Thank you for the great support :blowkiss:


Really, I'd give my leg and arm to be in that dream.

What can I do for you guys?

If that really happens that I'll be accepted, THANKS to you, watchers and friends where the biggest impact would come from- I don't want just to say "thank you" - for me, thanking via internet is somewhat empty and effortless expression. 
Is there something can I do in return for all the support that I have received?

I throught to do a full tutorial how I create a full illustration- it will be up to you guys, whether digital or traditional. Video or pic+description tutorial.
Or do decent series self-motivating journals and about effective travelling, improving your life (that's something I wanted to do a whiiile time ago but never had time for that. To write it correctly and well, takes really a lot of time and I get easily burn down) and improving art as well. In my opinion, a tutorial alone (how amazing artists do that) is not the best answer to improve your artistic skills and I believe the most important factor is the motivation and understanding "yourself" as the artist- and from that, we are building the path of improving our physical skills. It's called "artist's journey".

Any other ideas? Feel free to express from yourself : )

My aim is not really sort of exchange "you help me to do this, and I'll help you" strictly but that way we can build a better communication between us.

Oh! And yes, I've returned from my mind-twisting travels in Asia…. and, still till now I can't collect my words. It was one of the hardest, bloody challenging, surrealistic, yet enchanting travels ever I've did. That travel experience has completely changed me as a person. It was more an inner journey where I faced with my worst fears and… I think I've won myself. 
Fighting for Dreams... by Exileden
Fighting for Dreams...
It would be a real dream come true to travel in these difficult conditions and to represent Poland and all those who feel that they cannot overcome the struggles they are faced with, and to inspire everyone that no matter how hard and painful things in life can be.

... it's coming real.

I dearly hate much planning travels, especially in such very tight time pressure. So much…. and the best part part is, I made it way too complicated than it should be XD. My mind likes to play tricks, like pushes me to plan crazy activities, to explore as much as it's possible and yet, my "comfort zone" part of mind is screaming "nooo, that's too much and I dont feel like going through all of shit" - especially that I'm going with my leg contusion and hearing impairment.

Right now, within my thoughts I don't wanna travel anymore and all I want to sit, stay at my cozy little corner with a cup of hot tea =__=

And on Friday I'm flying.
Not looking forward.

Oh well.


I'll be out from 14th till 28th.

I was planning to stop for one night from 15th to 16th in Singapore, but after some thinking I might skip that and do a decent Singapore exploring from 26 to 28th before catching flight back to Europe. The prices for a night stays at hotels scared me off ;) (and due to many reasons I can't stay in a multi-people hostels due to the equipment that I carry)

 But I may change my mind… 

So, dear Singapore people and travellers:

Is there anybody kind and willing to hang around with me there and show around that city? I would love to hear from local living there how it's really like that "world" as much as I can!

- What would be interesting to explore? Bear in mind, I'm not *really* looking for overly commercial places that are typical for tourists, I would like something… unusual. : ) Or something really interesting! Also bear in mind with accessibility, I will not rent a car nor taxi, more likely via MRT trains or foot : P

- The most interesting place to eat? I love culinary! :heart:

- I was thinking to do electronic shopping since I kept hearing it's really inexpensive. Any suggested malls/places/plazas/bazaars to do shopping? (and how to get there in the best way via Metro trains (MRT) )

- Any safety tips? Any certain places to avoid?

- As for accomondation, any recommended inexpensive (def less than 100$) place to stay? Obviously in a safe area, easy to access by MRT and… an interesting place would be a plus but I dont have hopes too high due to budget : ). But no multiple shared rooms with people or pods due to a few reasons.

- Feel free to send a Note if you want to meet with me and show me a little bit around, or eat, draw etc. : )

Also for BALI, is there anybody living there or planning to travel on mid November and would like to hang around with me a little bit? To show, explore and so on?
 Especially… I would love to hike on the volcano mountain or I'd dream to explore local villages! Send to me a note. : ) 
Crystallization by Exileden
Speedpaint commission for DarknessProtection of their divine, snowy tiger. Her fur and stripes are crystallizing and turning into a snow :)

Art by Kitalphar and Me.

Deviousness Award

Deviousness Award
`PearlEden's dedication to being a truly devious artist is without question. Her gallery is full of beautiful pieces of art that take you on a trip through an enchanting mythological world. Additionally, `PearlEden's community spirit shines through in every area that she touches. From mentoring in groups, to providing motivational feedback for fellow artists, to sharing inspirational journals about her travels and artistic adventures, `PearlEden really is a shining example of someone who deserves the Deviousness Award. Congratulations!
-awarded June 2011


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jtgil Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist
You are such an extraordinary artist. Your art is unreal and awe-inspiring!!
A comment for all your art in general: there is no such combination of words to describe your art. Your art just looks inconceivable, ridiculously and unimaginably detailed and as such, a ridiculous, exceptionally remarkable art to look at, with some having their own bizarre but fantastic themes.
You are an outstanding artist and wish you the best with your life goals and plans.:)
Exileden Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014
Thank you very much for your such creative, inspiring and encouraging comment <3
jtgil Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist
You are most welcome:)
Un-HappyCat Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh my gawd *-* 
Your art is just awesome! 
There are no real words to describe your pictures. 
Just wunderful, breathtaking, awesome, amazing! *^*
draconiclight831 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
Your work is so amazing and inspiring, I do not have words.
zive Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Your art is breathtaking!
MiningForDegus Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014
Watched you for your excellent Ghost Tiger drawing. And your other arts are great too.
And congratulations for the Deviousness Award 2011. Great work.
Exileden Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
thankyous :)
MiningForDegus Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2014
No problem :) Hope you do well :)
EndoFire Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014
I just wanted to say that your art is absolutely wonderful and you've always been one of my favorite artists even before I joined DA :) your work with traditional mediums is awe-inspiring!
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