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A small home, in a small town. The year: approximately five years ago. Shortly after dinner, the two children of the home were perched on a comfy blue sofa, watching a short movie before going to bed. A man sits at the table, tapping his fingers anxiously as he waits, glancing at the clock frequently. A woman with long brown hair soon joins his side, placing a hand on his shoulder. She's waiting, too.
Suddenly, a soft knocking alerts the little girl in the living room. Curiously innocent, she slides off the couch and walks over to the door. Reaching up on her tippy-toes, the little child opens the door and stares at the visitors.
Several people, one with flaming red hair, another with long dark violet locks and dark skin, and many others, stare down at the girl in return. Instantly, the man is behind the little girl, and quickly ushers the group inside. The young boy, six-years old, had gotten off the sofa as well to join his sister, and th
how do you do a collaboration (collab)?in my experience, this is how you do collabs--one person starts the project emails it to the other artist who finishes it and you both post it. that's really best for drawings. digital remixes of traditional art or of other digital art are good. line art that one person draws and another colors, whether printing it out and coloring it in with physical media and scanning/photographing it, or coloring it digitally is also an excellent way to collaborate. anything that is designed by one person and executed by another works, too. the main thing is for two artists to get together and create something they both work on.More Like This
one thing i would like to do in this group is bring people together, whether they know each other or would like to work with someone whose works appeal to them, to, well, create collabs! i haven't quite figured out how to set this up. for the moment, the best thing i can think of is that you can put in the group comments that you are looking for a collab partner and a bit ab