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1  i mean, it was ugly. so i fixed it. <monster shirt> in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by janie00 on: May 16, 2005 03:30:12 PM
my friend's band was to play, and i was to be their most hardcore fan. how am i supposed to be hardcore if i have no clothes? (going naked was not my answer. im quite modest. Smiley) so i went to the warehouse, puffs, whatever it is called now, and i saw this black shirt. i mean, the poor thing wasn't even a regular black shirt. it was screwed up in the back, the side had something crazy going on, and it was just UGLY. i couldnt leave it there all by its lonesome. so i bought it for fifty cents. Smiley. i fixed up the back and the side, and then took the scissors to the shirt and made a cute little monster. i call him hogarth. you can too. well. enough of that. here he is.

can you guys see it? my first time posting an actual project on here. i do mostly browsing Smiley. im not too technologically advanced. if anyone would like a tutorial on how to make their own hogarth, just comment on it. its really very easy. tell me what you think!
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