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    Orchus' Scribbles - UPDATE JUNE 24: New Artwork Added

    [center:1di9nt01]Orchus's Scribbles - UPDATE JUNE 24: New Artwork Added[/center:1di9nt01]

    [center:1di9nt01]Tools:
    Pigment Ink Pen 5.0
    Mechanical Pencil

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    Mercury Series: I series I wish to develop further. Right now I am making a page of all the messed up things you may see on mercury... like any of you would go anyways

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    Mercury Series: Messed up diary with drawings (Basic Ink Pen Drawings)[/center:1di9nt01]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercury, a series I drew and
    Mercury series:
    It is awesome and messed up. All pictures in the series are drawn from mercury. I went there and sketched what I saw....


    Cloud - Click Me

    Well, this is what the clouds look like here. They are really messed up and attached to some kind of machine. Also they talk to me... or is that the cocaine talking?


    Irony - Click Me

    Today I found a sheep. Not just any kind of sheep, a man eating sheep. If you see from my sketch, the sheep seems to be eating a human head. It just keeps getting better
    Quote Originally Posted by Works in Progress: Anything Unfinished that I drew or

    This is an unfinished doodle. It takes up about 1/3 of an A4 page. Right now it doesn't look very impressive because I am going through "The Doodle Stage" so all I am really doing is Doodles and not art... Still needs to be colored, as you can see I only found my green pencil
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    Re: Orchus's Artses, Art never felt so f*ked up - Mercury Series

    ummm... what is this?
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    Re: Orchus's Artses, Art never felt so f*ked up - Mercury Series

    Quote Originally Posted by LilyoAnimations
    ummm... what is this?
    Click the names of the picture then read the blurb... it's going to be a picture story.

    I know they aren't that great at the moment, because they are all done in class as doodles
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    Re: Orchus's Artses, Art never felt so f*ked up - Mercury Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Orchus Rot
    Quote Originally Posted by LilyoAnimations
    ummm... what is this?
    Click the names of the picture then read the blurb... it's going to be a picture story.

    I know they aren't that great at the moment, because they are all done in class as doodles
    OOOO, lol i see,
    That's preatty cool, but u should resize the pics and post em in [img*] [/img*] format, to go along with the story. Try taking your time doing the drawings, and add more details.
    Keep it up
    I like the idea.

    Courtesy on my drawings? ( click my sig)
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    Re: Orchus' Scribbles - UPDATE JUNE 24: New Artwork Added

    Thanks, Courtesy returned.

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    Little Doodle I made
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    Re: Orchus' Scribbles - UPDATE JUNE 24: New Artwork Added

    Quote Originally Posted by Rem
    You have a relatively random trail of creation. The only problem is that the smaller objects in that piece come out obscure, as in; blotchy, rugged and out of likeness to the rest of the work.

    I've seen this sort of style work well with watercolour, gouache or markers.

    I also suggest a smaller nib when using pigment ink because it tends to warp the paper when it soaks in large areas. I have a few 0.3 and a few 0.1 pens, which works great for sketchy styles and fine details.

    On some of the colour rendering, I can see that you're using a waxy, cheap coloured pencil. Looks terrible. ;D
    Wow, thanks man.
    I'll get a 1.0, if that is indeed 1mm
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    Re: Orchus' Scribbles - UPDATE JUNE 24: New Artwork Added

    Quote Originally Posted by Rem
    0.1 is a tenth of a millimeter
    Dear god, that is sooo small. Wouldn't it snap?
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