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Procrastination

By FireCaster
I left this lying around a couple of months ago during Wacom's Good versus Evil contest (see that coffee stain on the right?). I picked it up this morning and finished it.

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aimermonami's avatar
the story of my life
xandraclay's avatar
Push and pull... procrastination, I know it well. You captured it beautifully.
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dixiedukes's avatar
Sure is a fine drawing.
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animekage17's avatar
Great job!
You illustrated it so well. Procrastinating is so tempting at times. ^_^"
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outolumo's avatar
This one has a message for all of us to heed
jane-beata's avatar
FEATURED in a #projecteducate's article Procrastination & Creativity. Thank you for an inspiration!

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Wow, thank you so much :heart:
shadowblade275's avatar
thats exactly what procrastination is like. your own creations fighting you.
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Yep, and I've got loads of unfinished work :D
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natas88's avatar
They are so fort...
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Sometimes I pass this!
StudioCombine's avatar
it's awesome to see a work of art with a coffee stain on it...i dunno...it kind of paints a picture beyond what's on the page to the person who was making it and what was going on during/after its creation.

by the way: really nice sketch.
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Thank you so much! :)
awasser's avatar
This is really clever! Love the twist on the devil & angel on the shoulder thing. (Oh yeah, and the drawing is excellent.)
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Thank you! This piece was a big surprise for me. I didn't think it would get this much attention since it's quite rough. I guess the message got through to procrastinators like me :D
awasser's avatar
Rough can be desireable. It can give a dynamic feel to a piece. I also like rougher work because I can learn more from it -- the photorealistic stuff, while impressive, is way beyond my reach to emulate.
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