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Hey guys! So I know its been a while since I have last been on here. I have just been really busy with friends, family and over summer school work. My summer school work was The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. And my school decided to start in the second of September rather than its usual after labor day schedule. So I, as usual was procrastinating all summer to do it and I read the book through out this lovely August and an entire week right before school starts they decide to inform everyone when school starts. So a couple of days ago I said "FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF!!!!" and got started on writing and stuff. It is going well so far! I only have about half an essay left to write and then I need to proof-read everything. UGH! Stupid procrastinating tendencies!
Anyways, let me stop bitching and tell you about what I decided to do. So I decided to try and do away with my outlines on computer drawings and attempted to figure out how to shade things without such hard lines that you can clearly see. It turned out well and I like it, so yeah that is pretty much all that matters I suppose. It looks nice and yeah. It came out a lot nicer than I thought it was going to. I know the shading still needs work, but I'm sill not used to the tools I'm supposed to be using, also I'm really lazy.
Anyways I thought it would be a shame for me to never draw this again so I decided to put this guy up for adoption with some of my other creatures that I am going to redraw at some point and have available then. I love them to death but I just don't draw them again after making them, only a few have been drawn twice so yeah.
see I had an idea for this guy to have to different shades of him or herself. The scheme was where all the light blue was would be like a dark blue and the yellow would be like a white-ish blue and where the whitish blue is would be a dark gray shade.
OK so I have no idea how the currency on DA works so just make me an offer and I'll most likely sell it to whoever decides they want it.
I do believe this is like the longest description I ever put down.