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15 x 10 cm
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Hi everyone, Happy Easter!~~

I haven't submitted to deviant art for a while, and have been a little pre-occupied <3~

However I got around to do some egg scratching. I made this cute little lion cub on one of the eggs. Every year with Easter we do something like this; we boil some eggs with onion peelings to let the onion pigment set in to the eggs. Afterwards we can scratch away and make nice pictures. And this is what I came up with this year :)

I hope you like it!
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I finished this scratch board during the past semester. I love this image so much :3

Art Ishaway Friestad 2011
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Do not copy, alter, or reproduce without the prior written consent of the artist.
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Finally finshed my a Sumatran Tiger....I am quite happy with how he has come out....this scratchboard stuff is so much fun ;-)

Hope you all like him as much as i do ;-)
A BIG thank you to big-d-stock [link] for permission to use his beautiful photograph as a reference

Ampersand scratchboard 10x12
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The latest in a portrait series of larger pieces that I have attempted over the last 2 years. 16"x20" on masonite clayboard, smooth finish.
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:iconemptyspaceplz:"Squeak, squeakin', squeak, squeakity."

Hiya! :icondancinglaplz:

Here's just a little scratchboard work I did in between...
At the moment I'm working on two other (too timeconsumig) drawings, so I thought I should just do something quick for a change :giggle:

Done on Essdee Scraperboard 22,9 x 30,5cm and it took me about two or three hours.

The lovely ref is from :iconwhatamievendoing:




Thanks for watching! :iconcanwegonow:

Viki :heart:
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Updated with a better scan
first drawing in 2 years.. i will probably go in and finish some touch ups with this one , but its so hard taking a photo of scratchboard i might not upload a new photo so thought i would just post this one. Own ref used 11x14 scratchboard drawn with a xacto 11 blade.
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Silence...
fulfils my mind,
replaces my thoughts,
is in my heart.

An eternal darkness
surrounds me,
accepts me
with a friendly embrace.

Silent and dark.
A self-imposed confinement.

Only the message of my soul
is resounding
with more power, more expression
than words could ever have.


(zoom in to see details ;D)

:woohoo: my first try with scratchboard (wanted to do something different before continuing with my 'normal' works :) ). aaah, such a pity you can't see how it shines in the light (that's a weird kind of shiny-silver when you scratch into it *o* ). I wasn't able to scan it (the computer only showed me a completely black image XD), so I asked a friend of my parents for help (he can photograph professional).
ah. I wish you could see the original. It looks better.

This work, featuring my OC Nywvre, is now my new motivation XD (Remember my last work, "Istac"? Yeah, I've found a new incentive :la:) Look at this work; who of you can tell what my new motivation/incentive is ^^? 

->>A4
->>Scratchboard

Hope you like it :)
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First attempt at using scratchboard, I really enjoyed it as it proved to be challenging yet fun at the same time. Will definitely do another one of these! It took at least 8-10 hours, not quite sure exactly.

Done on a sheet of 8.5x11" scratchboard using a special sharpened scratching tool(kind of like a mini Exacto-knife/scalpel)
Drawn off of a reference on my iPhone(tiny screen hurt my eyes ~__~)
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"Hunger Crisis" - 24x17 - Striped Hyenas

The title for this piece has a double meaning. The most obvious is that these two are in a state of conflict over a limited food source, but it also serves a greater meaning, extending out to the human population that inhabits the same land as these guys and shares their struggle.

You can view videos of some of the processes used on this piece below.

Scratching: [link]
Airbrushing: [link]
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