Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

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    Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Newsprint paper is totally easy to workwith............

    I was in art class today, and I took some paper, and I've never really cared for that type of paper. But then I realized;

    It's slick, but not too slick

    Colorblending/shading is easy

    it's thiness encourages me to be carerful with my linework

    (only thing is, it's brown........)

    But here it is, the Alfa Romeo 187 Pickup.




    Well, I've never typed anything in blue!


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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Awesome. Your best picture yet, as of so far. Good job.
    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    You finally got away from the Lowish rectangular box look and made something good!

    This is "The One"
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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    You should make the drawings a bit bigger I think. Its the One!

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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Draw with a ball-point pen instead of a pencil and you'll get some really nice results.

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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Why is it doing a hand-stand?


    Looks good, though!
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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Quote Originally Posted by TorRed
    Draw with a ball-point pen instead of a pencil and you'll get some really nice results.
    But what if you make a mistake???

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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Quote Originally Posted by rmodys
    Why is it doing a hand-stand?

    Because the front brakes are that good!

    Not a bad drawing. Wish I had that much skill; I'm doing good to sketch a stick figure.

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    Re: Behold! The Power of newsprint paper!

    Quote Originally Posted by CetaceaMania
    But what if you make a mistake???
    You start over.

    Which is why I can't use a pen too well. I don't care to throw away a few sheets of paper, but after ditching around ten or fifteen sheets you have to decide if using a pen and running out of drawing paper is worth it.

    I hope I can use a pen someday, though. If I want to improve, I must ween myself from the tit of the mechanical pencil with 0.5 lead.

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