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on: August 04, 2017 07:58:31 AM 
Started by gozer, Message by gozer
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 Have you ever had that moment when you are drawing or crafting along and then all of a sudden think all your talent is gone? It's like when you are following a pattern and then all of a sudden you have NO idea what they just did (I sew a lot and this happens to me all the time). Well, Carl did that to me with ATCs. I decided to render him in Copic Markers like I normally do and for some reason everything was going wrong with it.
 I decided to put that aside and work it out in pencil. Still it was wrong but in another way.  Tongue  In the end I sent both cards and let it up to the person I claimed to decide which to keep. The left is the Copic, right is pencil. The top picture is before I cut them down to ATC size.


 I will attempt him again when I think I can handle the disappointment.  Tongue
 
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