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  1. Bacon pancakes, makin' bacon pancakes, Take some bacon and I'll put it in a pancake, Bacon pancakes, that's what it's gonna make, Bacon pancaaake!

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    2. Gride


      Well, I'm always late, so no worries xD

    3. Skjold



    4. Gride


      Nah, but it will bend. Inside my stomach.

  2. Oh lol, sorry to be responding so late, but hey, better late than never, huh? Thanks for the praise. The tip for using watercolor would be to use appropriate brushes (meant especially for watercolors) and not use excessive amounts of water, though using too little is a problem too. Thank you, kind sir! Thank you!
  3. I know right? It was like a mini Christmas, when I noticed lol. And thanks, by the way
  4. Jack

    Im honestly too scared to draw because it'll come out terrible

    1. Gride


      That's actually the dumbest excuse I've ever heard. What's to be scared of? YOU are your only limitation. Don't be scared. If you won't try, you won't get better. But I feel you, buddy, I used to be like that myself. What could relieve that stress of yours, is sketching. Relax. Take a sheet of paper, a pencil and just draw, not worrying about the lines. :)

  5. To be honest, there aren't any particular guidelines on drawing manga. Well the basics to keep in mind would be the eyes and bodies that are slightly off the proportions. For drawing hair, I'd recomend drawing a bald head first, to serve as a guideline for drawing the hair on top of it. Many aspiring manga artists, who don't do this, end up having awkwardly looking flat headed characters. Also you should always keep in mind, that hair only comes from one growth point. Everything else kind of curves back to it. When drawing hair, make sure to add strands that vary in thickness. Hair that does not have that, will look boring. I guess that's it. I hope it helps! Thank you! And yeah, I know what you mean, I don't really like it myself.
  6. Who said they couldn't? Just keep going forward, don't give up
  7. Oh, hello, RedHawk, nice to see you're still around. Thanks by the way!
  8. The poses are stiff, but i like the shading and the drawings are overall nicely done, for a first time. Keep it up, practice makes perfect!
  9. Now that is a pure example of why art is so amazing in general. You go, buddy! I'm happy that my humble drawings were able to breathe fire into you! Never give up! Also, if you upload something to the interwebz, drop a link to my PM, would you? I'd really like to see your art
  10. Thank you very much for the feedback!
  11. Oh well, figures lol. I usually don't even put a sig on my drawings, can't explain why that one has it. And thank you very much, it means a lot! I wish a nice day upon you!
  12. Oh well, saddening. If you ever upload something, be sure to show it to me, deal?
  13. Certainly. You've seen me in deviantART, then, I suppose?
  14. Well, I don't particularly like my drawings either, (the first one being the sole exception though). The fault is not in the drawings, It's because it was you, who was behind them, that you can see all the flaws in them. It's only natural. Anyway, you got me curious, are there any means to check out your work? Like deviantART or something?
  15. Thank you! And don't feel down, maybe you are awesome at doing something else? Whatever it is you enjoy, don't seize doing it!
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