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    A tribute to my dead uncle

    He bought me a WACOM, even though he didn't know what it was. My parents would never do that for me. I could not thank him enough for this, I wanted to return the amount he paid for it later.

    But, he suffered from cancer, and died...

    Thanks, for the WACOM, uncle. I do not know how to pay you back...
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    Use that damn wacom to be the best motherfucking artist that ever lived!!


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    Just some ideas:
    - You could make a tribute for him (a portrait for instance) to keep in a frame at his tombstone. (I'm not sure how long ago he passed away, but if this happened recently, during the burial service would be a good opportunity as well).
    - Make good use of the tablet. That's what he'd want you to do with it, after all
    - Maybe donate a certain % you make from all your digital work to a cancer fund.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crane View Post
    Use that damn wacom to be the best motherfucking artist that ever lived!!
    Yeeeessssss
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armonah View Post
    Just some ideas:
    - You could make a tribute for him (a portrait for instance) to keep in a frame at his tombstone. (I'm not sure how long ago he passed away, but if this happened recently, during the burial service would be a good opportunity as well).
    - Make good use of the tablet. That's what he'd want you to do with it, after all
    - Maybe donate a certain % you make from all your digital work to a cancer fund.
    Good idea on the cancer fund. If I am financially well off then I will definitely donate.
    21 years old, good with drawing, but new to painting

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