[DSG|EU] 32: Environment Based: On a world underwater how would humans adapt

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    [DSG|EU] 32: Environment Based: On a world underwater how would humans adapt

    Probably involving some attempts at trying to emulate the aquatic lifeforms.

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    About an hour in PS 7.0
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    only about 10 mins, came home late :/

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    Hello!

    Discovered the site and OC a few days ago. This is my first DSG submission and I am very new to painting with colors (jumped from pencils to tablets and haven't gotten used to it yet).

    So, this is just a color experiment, with totally unoriginal and very ugly content, basically...

    /Robert

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    last minute

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    My first DSG..just over an hour...not exactly original, but I panicked

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    [DSG|EU] 32: Environment Based: On a world underwater how would humans adapt

    The pencil drawing looks much better .

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    [DSG|EU] 32: Environment Based: On a world underwater how would humans adapt

    w00t ?
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    Rather impractical, unless its shallow depth. 45 minutes.

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    noelle, i know you WANT to draw naked females every dsg, but i think you are trying too hard to put females in your work...

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    Heres mine from this afternoon, didnt get it finished in the hour and a half so heres how far I did get.

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    life is cruel only to make you stronger
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    i know its late, but i have a pretty damn good excuse:
    my aunt died today, im still kind of stunned.

    davi, i liked yours the best so far. reason: "of course humans are going to keep their nukes dry."

    this sketch took about 45 min, then i realized it was supposed to be an environment sketch.
    oh well.

    here it is:
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    I was gonna do one, but it became a diver instead... I'll post it here anyways. Oh well.

    http://www.itchstudios.com/psg/junk/underwater.jpg

    Jamen jag tror att han skäms, och har gömt sig. Vårt universum det är en av dom otaliga spermasatser som Herren i sin självhärliga ensamhet har runkat fram för å besudla intet.
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