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Pencils Are Bazookas
utube?
— asked by Anonymous

I tried but it kept telling me that the upload failed :/


me wants videos o:
— asked by Anonymous

YOU WILL GETS VIDEOS, JUST IPHONES ARE STUPID AND I HAVE TO USE MY FRIEND’S TO UPLOAD IT IN CLASS TODAY AND I WAS GOING TO UPLOAD THE ONE I HAD TO SEND IN BITS VIA EMAIL FROM MY MUM’S PHONE BUT TUMBLR HAS A 5MIN LIMIT OF VIDEO YOU’RE ALLOWED TO UPLOAD PER DAY SO YOU MAY GET THOSE TOMORROW OR SOMETHING AND I REALLY NEED TO GET SOME VIDEO EDITING SOFTWARE ONE OF THESE DAYS….


Here’s my track :3


So this was the little plan I drew up for it in maths yesterday

So this was the little plan I drew up for it in maths yesterday


Sorry for spamming guys, I’m just excited….


Do you also want me to put up an audio post of track that I meticulously cut and spliced for it?


THANK YOU @ARKHAMORGASMS


I’M SO HAPPY


GUYS I WILL PUT UP A VIDEO OF IT WHEN I GET HOME AND STUFF


OMG GUYS I WON!


I’m so anxious…. 15 mins till I get to leave class to get ready for lipsync….

Hoping to have someone to film it :3


@arkhamorgasms is also going to be my nurse :3


I also have my black parade uniform and a giant shirt masquerading as a hospital gown :3


Getting ready for Lipsync tomorrow :3 
Featuring:
-improptu nurse apron and hat (blanking out my face because it was derp)
-impromptu straight jacket
-IV blood bag and the my old laptop charger cable that I painted red and shall attach to the blood bag and my arm.

Its either going to be totally awesome, or it’s going to fail really hard….

*nervous*


thanks for the tip but if you do one stoke over the other or even if they overlap a little, wont the overlapped area get darker than the rest ? I think this happens especially to pale colors like the ones used for skin tone...
— asked by Anonymous

Well really that depends on the pens you’re using. Youe average felt pens are terrible for this, especially if the area you are colouring is large, so usually I try and limit the area size and use as much white space as possible - what I call implied colour technique. If that doesn’t get you the effect you want, it’s best to invest in some better pens.
My personal experience with markers is that letraset promarkers are the best for avoiding liney colouring and paper chewing, because it doesn’t matter if you overlap pen strokes. The ink evens its self out (they must have solvents and stuff in them) and you get a nice block colour. But be aware that they do soak through the paper so have some scraps of paper behind, and they will eat your wallet.
I would reccomend going to an art shop that sells a variety of markers and just trying them all out on paper first.