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    Draw what your work area looks like!!!

    I thought it would be interesting to see what everyone's work area (where you all do your artsy stuff).

    SO DRAW YOUR WORK AREA NOW!!!

    Lets see some sketchn hurrrr???
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    Leading by example is a great way to make people follow!

    I would, but right now i have too much shit to do.
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    I should do this too, but don't have time yet. I want to though, sometime.
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    How about a picture. You can see conceptart there open on my laptop

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    And what it looked like at the beginning...I added some Mucha & others

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    since you're yelling at me to do it... its small and right next to my bed but at least I can draw while in my undies (not naked)
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    zWarrior, that's awesome! Color it!
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    kk I was thinking about doing that, maybe later... and I was just in your deviantart page haha
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    It kind of makes me think of what Van Gogh's bedroom would look like if he lived now
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    I once made this one of my work area:

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    But that's quite a while back, so will make a new one
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    Here's a really quick sketch with about a billion perspective issues. I need a lot more practice drawing scenery from life.

    My "workspace" really just consists of me using my laptop on the living room couch with my tablet balanced semi-precariously on the armrest.
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    Never mind. I've got nothing to say. [may delete post later, we'll see.]
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    Following the awesome example of the OP, here's mine:

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    van gogh really? wasnt thinking of him at all, but I can see why'd you'd say that. I was going more for a cartoon/animuu approach, but I will take the fine art comparison yay I think I'll consider him in mind while coloring it

    edit: on second thought I would ruin it if I colored it, coloring isnt my strongest point.
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