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    Hello pencil friends! I have a new game that I would like to share with you today. It's very simple, log in to update your sketchbook and notice a hot pink eye abortion for cheap women and cheaper shoes. Steal that ad! Don't worry spammers don't have any rights so it doesn't matter. Now open your image editor of choice and desaturate that shiny turd, rotate a little and you have a happy little tree scene! Now erase everything except the fantastic shoes and paint in some manly legs and something that might pass for socks if Ray Charles tried to paint some socks with Lieutenant Dan's legs. Be sure to totally disregard color theory and anatomy here or yours won't look like mine. Awesome! Remember only YOU can prevent mediocrity!
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    WOW! i love this sketchbook!
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    amazing work, your variations in line weight are fantastic
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    Haha, nice one... I like the little guy at the bottom with his hollowed out shoe-head.

    Oh, and I have Photoshop CS2... I'm going to try and re-scan them and adjust them in photoshop. Thanks for the idea of layering and darkening.

    I added another digi sketch... I tried painting it but kinda got lost during the process, so I tried to erase most of it. Any advice?
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    hey colly,

    awesome updates haha i like the shoe pic lol.
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    Why are all of the images thumbnails? I have to click to open them in a different window, is anybody else having this problem?



    They are only full size if you don't attach them I guess.
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    I believe it's not a problem, but a way of CA saving bandwith :]
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    -edit. I checked in the support forum and I guess it is temporary. They don't seem to open for me so I will wait, attached images work though.
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    Nice, Ronald Reagan... are you a conservative?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow Stalker View Post
    Nice, Ronald Reagan... are you a conservative?
    We don't really vote on the Moon, but if my life depended on it I would probably vote for Ron Weasley because of his courage.
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    Your studies are very inspiring, smooth and fluid love the textures, keep drawing!!
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    RON Weasley? Oh come on, Ginny Weasley has twice as much spunk as Ron Weasley. She sure put on a show in Chamber of Secrets.

    Great texture in this last doodle. Love the feather.

    Tootles wobbles
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