DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING

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    ...muuuust think clean thoughts....

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    This just popped into my head this morning, when I read todays topic, I don't know if it really qualifies, but it kinda made me chuckle.
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    DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING

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    hehe,that's an awesome pic.the quality is finished enough to be called done,yet sketchy enough to be interesting.

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    thanks Carnifex, im still trying to find that balance of sketchiness vs finish,
    this is a lot looser than a lot of my digital stuff, much more as I would draw by hand, so that means a lot cheers

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    using limited photoshop time to work on another pic tonight...

    DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING

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    Always looking for creative outlet's (satan is stuck down there, just like everybody else) this is the dark prince's newest torture idea. The soul of a corrupt big-time button pusher is covered with buttons which cause pain, and is being chased by a button pushing demon in a hall that turns upon itself.
    painter, tried rushing as much as possible, the biggest prob is probably the lighting, but what ever. no ref
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    That is a hilarious drawing, and it looks good.

    I love their expressions!

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    Well hello everyone. I've been following the DSG for a bit now and am finally making the leap and posting something of my own.

    This sketch took about a half hour. It's just the standard pencil on paper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doyoobi wrangler
    Well hello everyone. I've been following the DSG for a bit now and am finally making the leap and posting something of my own.

    This sketch took about a half hour. It's just the standard pencil on paper.


    DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING
    Dude - that's damn ambitious of you to draw all those hands for a DSG! Excellent job!

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    really strange topic

    similar to yesterday about 30 minutes the guy at the receiving end is covered by the button on the bazooka hope it reads.

    DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING

    Good job so far everyone!
    & hamsta:great stuff!

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    Haha, this must be the most surreal and crazy dsg ever...

    I laught my way through it. Great work everybody. You guys made my day.

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    I've bean lurking for quite a while. First reply ever!
    Sorry about the quality - crappy scanner.

    DSG 750: Scene: THE BUTTON-COVERED THING RUNS FROM THE BUTTON-PUSHING THING

    Oh, and it says "world destruction button", if that's not obvious.

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    I went for a different type of button?!
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    @machzero - thats funny, made me chuckle
    @Hamsta - I love that picture, great soft lines, the faces are great, its got a lovely feeling of depth too.. super.

    @doyoobi wrangler - thats a great sketch, I find hands quite tricky, they are nicely formed. Want to see you posting more
    @Dodge - Am liking the Milleresque 2tone
    @Hattifattener - Would like to see you posting more, the DSG's are a great place to work at your skills
    @fes - Thats wicked, wonderful tones \ colours, beautiful - yet slightly eeire

    weeeird topic today, but funny

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    hahaha, oh man. These are all phenomenal - there aren't any up that I don't love to death. Cheers!

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    after looking at some of the sketchbooks I felt the need to practice again and what better way then this...
    Geee... the 30min went by like crazy... and I never got passed the smooth brush...

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