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So this past week, after several nights of 3 hours of sleep, I was braindead and incapable of producing a coherent lab report. Of course, whenever I get sleep-deprived, the other side of my brain always develops this burning necessity to create.

This is a bad picture of a green-haired girl on a carboardboard box. The holes are pencil-puncture wounds. And she is created with every silly desk supply I could find.

[link] <--That's why I was drawing on a cardboard box. It's part of my room, next to my bed.

(P.S. I got sick of the hazy fadey look, so I inked it and uploaded the new image.)
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 24, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome.

So very cool.

And props for doing it on a vertical surface. I suck at using easels.
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Oh God, me too. My neck ached for a day afterwards, 'cos the thing is to the right of my bed, and that's the only way I could approach it. Ow.

In favor of easels, though, I've been finding lately that my work tends to be... off, because I draw it from a certain angle, and it looks good from that angle, but it looks like shit from straight-on. Sooner or later, I might be posting a self-portrait that exhibits this angular characteristic.
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 24, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
*nods*

I'm really bad, because I'll actually place my canvas on the floor to work on it.

Drives people crazy.
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
You paint on canvases?

Post them. Now.

...Please. :)
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zephyrofgod Featured By Owner May 24, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I did.

I can't find my one canvas painting from middle school. I think it's at my parents.

It's really not that great.
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shoogle Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Well for a doodle on a bit of old cardboard I think It's great:hug: The colours look really subtle, but then I'm a sucker for stuff done on this shade of paper, everything just seems to blend into the background so easily... Well done you!

Now go study!!!! :evileye:
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
I love stuff done on this shade of paper, too! I tried to find some white-out, to really make it pop, but the best I could find was a silver gel pen... which reflected something awful in the photograph.

The subtlety, though, I'm not crazy about. I think I'm going to trace the pencil-line skin with ink and repost this later.

Studies are done! My last lab report was handed in yesterday. :D
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shoogle Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Oh yayyyy :boogie: Dust off the vodka girl and go celebrate!!!! :clap:
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Dust off the vodka?! The vodka helped me write the reports! :drunk:
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shoogle Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
:giggle: Hic!
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EnIgDorA Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
very interesting :)
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Chameleonperson Featured By Owner May 24, 2006
Oy, thanks!
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EnIgDorA Featured By Owner May 25, 2006
you're welcome :)
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