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Nice! (I am not being sarcastic)
Glad you liked it! c:
I liked it. i like tutorials like this in general, where it encourages you to explore and experiment as opposed to draw 'like' something specific. i think itd be worth doing this sort of exercise even in coming up with a new character, exploring the extremes of things could inspire you to find some interesting results.
Yeyy! Thanks Luis.
I think so, too. I'm keen on doing this more often, but I'm not sure what to do next.
Are you on Youtube by the way? I don't think I have you on there yet.
nope not on youtube yet. i have a hard time just keeping up with my tumblr and facebook fan page. I need to get into a good routine.
Enjoyed it immensely. This would be a good example for art educators to follow. Lesson plans are so bleeh.
Sweet! ...Well, glad it was at least engaging. haha
Hoping to actually use this when I teach -- maybe tweaked slightly, though.
(don't know if anybody noticed, but the example pic shows a Vileplume smoking pot - pffhaha)
I really enjoyed it! If you made more, I would definitely watch them! :)
Aw, thanks. c:
If I end up making more I'll just put 'em up here.
I don't have YouTube on my computer :(