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Old 02-02-2013, 01:13 PM
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Your art is amazing. Do you want a list of a bunch of illustrations that you could experiment with, or would you rather just have a summary, or what?
Aw, thanks!
I think I'll go with a list, just so I don't interpret something terribly wrong.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:50 PM
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Wondering, anyone here dabble in surrealism?
(*pops out of nowhere*)

Sup.

(*realizes that you typed "surrealism" not "semi-realism"*)

Oh... never mind...
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:57 PM
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I could.. but a warning says I procrastinate a lot.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:56 PM
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You could check out my scanty gallery if you want an example.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:57 PM
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Wondering, anyone here dabble in surrealism?
Yes. Strange psychedelic drabbles that end up mistaken for trash.
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:23 PM
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I'd like to help out with illustrating if that's okay ^^
Here's a link to my deviantart:
http://thearchersbow.deviantart.com/
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Old 02-02-2013, 03:29 PM
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I'd like to help out with illustrating if that's okay ^^
Here's a link to my deviantart:
http://thearchersbow.deviantart.com/
And and by the way, I haven't been able to finish your request because the paper got lost somewhere. Starting over, I guess.
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:02 PM
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Sophie: That's fine. Landscapes and still life are great. Just to clarify, guys, the majority of illustrations should be black and white or spot-colored (colored in just one or two places, like the eyes or the lips or a rose or something, but the rest black and white).

Here's a list of a few illustrations I was thinking of. They follow the plot of Moses Darkling's wife running away with the younger child, a girl, and leaving him with a boy, Xenophilius (the working name for the moment), which he ignores until he runs away. I can do some of these myself, too, but if you want to look at them and do them, you can. You can also make your own. These aren't official guidelines. :^)

1. A birth certificate burning (the flames could be colored, but please with some kind of ink for effect)
2. A toddler girl with dark or black almond eyes and wavy dark hair holding a woman’s hand (probably black and white, you can spot color if you want, you don’t have to include more than just the hand or arm of the woman)
3. A boy with a top hat crouching kind of lonelyish in a corner. This would also be really interesting as a series of pictures, showing him in the same position as he grows older (from six or seven to thirteen or fourteen)
4. The silhouette of a man with a top hat and a long coat.
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Old 02-02-2013, 06:47 PM
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Sophie: That's fine. Landscapes and still life are great. Just to clarify, guys, the majority of illustrations should be black and white or spot-colored (colored in just one or two places, like the eyes or the lips or a rose or something, but the rest black and white).

Here's a list of a few illustrations I was thinking of. They follow the plot of Moses Darkling's wife running away with the younger child, a girl, and leaving him with a boy, Xenophilius (the working name for the moment), which he ignores until he runs away. I can do some of these myself, too, but if you want to look at them and do them, you can. You can also make your own. These aren't official guidelines. :^)

1. A birth certificate burning (the flames could be colored, but please with some kind of ink for effect)
2. A toddler girl with dark or black almond eyes and wavy dark hair holding a woman’s hand (probably black and white, you can spot color if you want, you don’t have to include more than just the hand or arm of the woman)
3. A boy with a top hat crouching kind of lonelyish in a corner. This would also be really interesting as a series of pictures, showing him in the same position as he grows older (from six or seven to thirteen or fourteen)
4. The silhouette of a man with a top hat and a long coat.
K, I volunteer Sandy for the boy in the top hat. It's Vladimir, guys! Her specialty!

As for me, I volunteer for the silhouette of the man with a top hat and a long coat. Should it be profile?
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:18 PM
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Hahaha, thanks, EmmaR. XD

It's totally up to AA if she wants be to give it an attempt.

I use SAI to colour and photoshop to do linework, so for (*insert name of whoever cares*)'s information it would be painted, albeit digitally.
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