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wow
bet taht took you a while..
nice work
 
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Oh yeah Pointalizime or Stipiling my spelling is probably wrong i remember doing that last year. Thats pretty good. Mine was a bird too i did it with water color and Stipiling pen
 

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take a paper that doesnt bleed that much :O

its nice overall, but i dont like that technique to use for art stuff, doesnt look right imho
 
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Yeah i didn't like doing it very much when i had to do it. Plus i used water color so it took me 3 times as long to mix the right colors to make the shades then adding more to the pen. Plus in a class with 30 students tapping dots on their paper can make a person go insane :scared:
 
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very good! keep it up! what kind of plant is that its getting nectar from?
 
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Maruader said:
wow
bet taht took you a while..
nice work
I think it took me about 6 hours to finish. Even then, i still had to add a couple finishing touches before i turned it in, just to make it seem more balanced.

im not sure but according to my dad it resembles a ginger plant. (He owns a wholsale flower distrubution corperation which he started himself so i think ill take his word.)

Edit: I acctualy CHOSE to use stipiling, we could use any pen technique we wanted but i favor stipiling becuase you can show value and contrast very well, plus it makes the thing(wtf is this, a painting,a drawing?) look better then it acctualy is. It payed off in the end becuase it got a A+ on it, despite the numerous errors(all the spots you see on the paper and a few other things.


EDIT: If any one happens to click the link and it be a dead link its becuase i removed the image. 2 reasons
1.) No one was looking at this post any way
2.) It was just sitting there taking up space on my web page.
 

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