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Would you be insulted if i told you I like what you are doing here

[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Nouveau"]Here read about this you'll like it[/url]

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pheo
my heart ):
why would you say such a thing

so insult

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I lol'd, LL

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liiiiiiiiines

[img]http://i.imgur.com/Fl4L6.jpg[/img]

I should invest in a rubber. The fear of messing up is too great.
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It would, in fact, be a good idea to invest in a rubber.

[quote name='Abraham de Lacy' timestamp='1322547434' post='370506']
I should invest in a rubber. The fear of messing up is too great.
[/quote]
Even the American kind of rubber would keep you from messing up.

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Though the only thing in that went wrong in that particular one was some of the colouring in the alternating black/white lines in the hair-esque shape.

My OP doodles seem much simpler and barren compared to this one. With millimetres separating the lines.

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idk if Poseidon lives or the clouds but in this case I guess he does?

[img]http://i.imgur.com/Q8s4G.jpg[/img]

My second doodle in a night usually doesn't work out well. At least this one is decent enough to get posted here. Less random scribbling lines though, more real things. Less interesting.

And also a lot more flawed. Oh well.

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Yeah, I agree. Your first doodle that night came out much better. I know you didn't mean to mess up the shading there in that circle like you did, but have you considered building off that? Having the line start tinted on one side and shaded on the other, and invert that every line up. I think it would make a really cool effect. And I think you should have kept filling in every other line of the paper like you were doing. But these are the kind of doodles I like finding in people's sketchbooks, yeah.

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I have no idea what you mean by your suggestion ):

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Not lines. I just made this to express to a furry forum to sum up the majority of threads there.

[img]http://i.imgur.com/neC6T.gif[/img]

ignore the head moving down in one frame and the white specs at the bottom of the image, working with bright white transparency squares is not helpful.

not as interesting a submission for the thread I apologise

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hey it is your thread, you submit whatever you feel like to share, the trust is appreciated. :]

And... I always get interested in other people animations, even if they are small gifs.
I find this one funny. =P

Not sure what was the message you tried to convey here to sumarise the threads there.

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It's just an edited gi from Homestuck, if you've ever read that. Originally those things are little crocodiles that just go NAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAKNAK incessantly. There are a good few Homestuck fans on the forum I posted it on that'll be able to get it lol

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way to be lame, printer ):

more bullshit not quite as good as some previous bullshit

[img]http://i.imgur.com/uUhBP.jpg[/img]

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You will decorate the funeral ship. I will prepare a ton of sharpies for you.

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