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« on: October 24, 2011 05:05:15 PM »

I decided two nights ago that I wanted to try my hand at an ATC. I googled a few ways to make them thicker, nicer, etc... And realized my cutting mat is packed away at my parents, along with most of my paints.
So I grabbed my cardstock, colored pencils, a ruler, an exacto, and some cardboard, and went ahead anyway!


Here is Rogue and Freakazoid, out of my "Superhero" set. I'm not sure who else I'll do, but... Maybe. Freakazoid is the very first ATC I've ever done. All it is, is colored pencil and cardstock. No stickers, no glitter, no paint... No pazazz... But I like it anyway! Rogue is about .25" too short to qualify as an ATC, but she's enjoyable anyway!

The questionable NSFW piece ahead!

A quote from Ugly Americans, "You didn't lose your penis... Your penis RAN AWAY." I did a last minute swirly background that I'm none-to-fond of... In fact I'm thinking next time to draw the penis, paste it to some scrapbook paper, and print out the letters instead... But alas. For a third attempt, it's still experimenting, right? Wink
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« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2011 01:53:58 PM »

 Your ATC's are great! You should join the swap. It's so addictive and fun. Oh, and if your Rough card is a tad to short trim up all the edges a bit and add a peice of colored cardstock to the back to sort of make a frame. That's what I do with mine!  Wink
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« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2011 05:19:41 PM »

Ooo I agree with gozer!  Nice cards!  I like the last one the best.  It makes me teehee.  ^_^ 

You should come over to the dark side . . . *ahem* . . . I mean join the Ongoing ATC swap!  They are so much fun!  And as gozer said, highly addictive!  We always need new people to mix in! 
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« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2011 09:17:48 AM »

I think they look great, love the ugly americans one!
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