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May 11, 2016 | 5:09 PM EDT
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[ BARD: THE WANDERING CARETAKER ]

Finally after a few months of procrastination I have finally finished this piece!

It took a little too long to complete tbh, but I hope you guys like it!

Also, sorry I haven't been uploading much on new grounds lately?? The websites been acting up and making it difficult for me to submit anything (animation, art, journals, etc). If you guys want to keep up with my art/life, you can follow me on my twitter or instagram because that's where I upload EVERYTHING... like prints, sketches, WIPs... everything, fam.

Enjoy!

Check out my other websites:
https://twitter.com/Madeliine_Ann
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LuckytimeLuckytime

Rated 4 / 5 stars

What does putting your contact in the middle of the drawing actually do? Besides ruin it.

The uploading issues could be due to adblock, ng uses a lot of scripts that are blocked by it.

The pose and perspective on this piece are cool but I think the readability in the middle suffers from lack of tonal variation and also that massive honking watermark.


CookieTheCrusher responds:

The text in the middle is called a watermark. The purpose of it is to deter people from stealing or taking credit for my work (which has happened far too many times). When it's printed in a physical form, the watermark will obviously not stay. I know it looks ugly, but it's just how I've been posting my digital work and so far it's worked very well : ^ )
There's a lot more I wanted to do with this piece before I decide to do anything more with it. Thanks for the feedback! I'll keep it in mind.