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    I must say I'm reminded of Assasin's Creed...

    What ever happened to tucking a pencil away behind your ear? It works surprisingly well, if you're not suffering from severe adhd or ucontrollable urges to start headbanging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahnem Mee View Post
    What ever happened to tucking a pencil away behind your ear? It works surprisingly well, if you're not suffering from severe adhd or ucontrollable urges to start headbanging.
    Doesn't work if you're wearing headphones... Though if I'm sitting down, I frequently stick brushes and pencils between my toes...

    Actually, what I've always wanted is a bandolier of pencils like this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QueenGwenevere View Post
    Doesn't work if you're wearing headphones... Though if I'm sitting down, I frequently stick brushes and pencils between my toes...

    Actually, what I've always wanted is a bandolier of pencils like this...
    Eh, I thought you meant this one.

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    Getting dressed.
    I don't exactly remember what happened, but I think I put on a warmer sweater, when my old wacom pen suddenly went snap and broke in two. It was still working though, just couldn't use the eraser part.

    And don't run with pencils.
    Did that as a kid, tripped in the rug and stabbed myself in the hand. I remember I freaked out at the amount of blood and for some reason hoped my parents wouldn't notice out of fear they'd take away my pencils. I was 5, and made a bigger fuss about it than it needed. Still got a small grey dot in the hand serving as a reminder :p.

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    In uni I had an x-acto-type knife in the side pocket of my backpack. After one lecture I tried to lift my bag from beside my foot, but there was some kind of resistance. I tugged a couple of times before I set it down and looked. The upward-pointing knife had cut through the side of the pocket and hooked into my leg. There was quite a bit of blood. No idea why I didn't feel it.

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    I've been doing watercolor studies in Starbucks. My coffee usually goes on the same crowded little table as all my painting stuff. I've caught myself trying to drink my rinse water. . .

    You don't wanna do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    I've been doing watercolor studies in Starbucks. My coffee usually goes on the same crowded little table as all my painting stuff. I've caught myself trying to drink my rinse water. . .

    You don't wanna do that.
    I tend to do that too. So far I haven't drunk any yet, but the day will come.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamber Parrk View Post
    I've been doing watercolor studies in Starbucks. My coffee usually goes on the same crowded little table as all my painting stuff. I've caught myself trying to drink my rinse water. . .

    You don't wanna do that.
    Yep. That's me every time I'm inking... Rinse water, drinking water and tea all lined up, accident waiting to happen... If I'm not about to drink the rinse water, I'm about to rinse my brush in the tea.

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    Hm.. Well I don't paint traditionally very often but when I do I like to scrape into the painting with the back of the brush. This is a problem because I have a habit of putting that end of the brushes in my mouth...

    But since I paint digitally mostly.. most things happens whenever the cats jump up on the table and run across the keyboard. Usually something weird happens. I think cats are secretly trying to sabotage me.

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