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Outward Dimpp

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I started this illustration WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY back in 5th grade and now, after years of freakin' working my @$$ off, I've gotten this! I originally wanted to put this on another website, but then it was deleted off of the internet and now that I have found this website, I'm putting it on here!
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OK, here's the story of how it became an Outward Dimpp:
It started out when I was captivated by the wonders of space in 4th grade. After I learned a lot more through the years, I decided to make some art with a whole bunch of stars. I later on found a website an wanted to post my art in it. But it was slow, kinda like with youtube, so I never got to upload it. After a year, the website was deleted of of the internet. So I learned some more about space until I was in 6th grade and then I decided that I should take what I had learned and add it to my artwork! So It took me a whole year- modifying, scaling, deleting, etc - when I finally had my Outward Dimpp! So I saved it and a year later, I found Newgrounds and uploaded it on to here, and made me so happy with what I had done to my artwork. ^_^ Now I finally have this thought outta my head that I should put this on the internet (thank God).
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I started an Inward Dimpp a few days ago, but it wasn't that hard considering that all I had done was draw a whole bunch of blurred lines, made flares, and I was done. On this artwork, I was always adding and moving and scaling and flipping and deleting things, considering the background was so complex.
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The explanation of an Outward Dimpp coming soon!

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Wees74
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Feb 16, 2010
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