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This was created with nothing more than crayon and a tool to scrape away crayon. This was actually created a few years ago and even though it's not amazing I was proud of the outcome. Sure beats using crayons as a little kid. I broke more on this project it seems though.

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Daaaaaaamn! You did that with crayon?! No way! Looks like an acid trip (almost). Great stuff!

I really like the flow of the lines, you can call it bad all you like, but art that isn't trying to be too much of anything is pretty good. this has a trippy bob ross kind of feel, but like i'm also watching an adult swim bumper.

You know? I mean i'm literally sucked into this picture, and it's an experience.

Fro responds:

I do remember this being a lot of work.

I forget the exact process, but I think I drew an entire picture with crayons and then colored over the entire thing with a black crayon. I scraped away the black crayon to create some patterns/shading.

I wouldn't ever make anything like this, but it was for an art assignment. I'm assuming someone who was a really good artist could make some beautiful artwork this way.

Jesus that look very good!

Fro responds:

Its quite bad

Credits & Info



3.69 / 5.00

Dec 8, 2011
11:56 AM EST
File Info
570 x 422 px
60.5 KB

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