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biermann last won the day on June 7 2014

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  • Birthday 03/24/1981

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  1. I like the idea of drachs coming into the realm like this. Aside from that, I assume those that did the initial quest can enter in this as well. But can't use their previous submission in any form? (to prevent me from buying paint, painting the statue and sending it. Seeing I would not really be copying anyone else :))
  2. Erasers: there's the kind with 2 sides, a rougher and a finer grit, tend to be red and blue. They have a tapered end to each which is nice to allow you to erase with a bit of a finer line. Personally I erase very little, only in the beginning stages of a drawing where I use fine lines which are erased a bit more easily. I'm often guilty of just 'drawing over' errors later. If you draw darker things it's fairly easy to just take a strand of hair, a black belt or a flap of a cloak or such to draw it over a flaw. But this is partially due to my tendency to draw during lunchbreaks with a ballpoi
  3. Well, it depends on what you want to draw ofcourse. But getting a set of 3b to h3 pencils will help. Mechanical pencils ( I am going to assume those are the ones with the thin little rods that come out by clicking the end) tend to feel a bit more like the harder pencils due to create finer lines by the nature of their design. I myself couldn't draw a 'clean' picture with minimalistic lines if my life depended on it, but for others, that's the style they enjoy and fine lines are nice for such (clean would be something like nadrolski's avie). Paper wise the stuff they sell in hobbyshops works b
  4. There isn't anyone whom can do Lazarus' style. Not even me, otherwise I would have done it.
  5. Ok, it's been a while. And I seem to have done very little dark stuff lately. But here we go, something I had laying around and just needed to finish up.
  6. I have a swish knife with all sorts of proddy things. and paperclips. I shall improvise. It's mostly going to be my skill that's in the way. drawing is nice and flat. sculpting is not. And tools are nice...if you know how to use them. It''s going to be one big muddy clay mess, but who knows, I might have some undiscovered talent. Edit: I know I could find a ton of tips and tricks and what not, but like drawing or well, pretty much anything I do. I'll just start and see how it goes or doesn't go. Preparation is boring :)
  7. there, bought clay. Haven't clayed since I was like 6. Nor do I have any of the special sculpting tools. So either I'll prove to be a natural. Or i'll have to explicitly tell people it's a drachorn Or i'll get frustrated, smash the attempt into a wall and then make an ashtray
  8. Maybe perseverance. To overcome that viscosity holding you back, to keep pushing no matter how much it tries to hold you back. And that sounds a like like preservation. Topreserve those realities slipping away. To preserve the memory, the location into the here and now. SO maybe just glue them together Preserverance
  9. What, handcrafted! And I just bought a 5000 euro 3d printer, argh! :)
  10. I have managed to get flash on my android working for firefox with a bit of a hassle. And then puffin as well, inbuild flash support, no hassle, costs 2 euro's or so. That said, annoying decision. This whole html5 stuff is all nice and progressive.... but it's a damned pain in the ass for me. I now have to ensure my own web software works in html5 no flash.....but, due to soooo many compagnies still running winxp with ie7...it also has to keep working in flash, gah!
  11. *posts his happy bday on a completely different forum, being quite sure DST is listening anyways*
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