A very crunchy drawings thread

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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by SpunkySix » Wed May 28, 2014 9:49 pm

This is considerably less funny than the turtle one.
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by Munchenhausen » Thu May 29, 2014 2:21 am

Work makes you free :3
Like stupid, silly doodles with no point? You've come to the right place, friend :^)
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by brythain » Thu May 29, 2014 3:04 am

Munchenhausen wrote:Work makes you free :3
Arbeit macht frei, eh? Tsk tsk.
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by Munchenhausen » Thu May 29, 2014 8:42 am

Oh jesus
This'll teach me from commenting as soon as I wake up
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Like stupid, silly doodles with no point? You've come to the right place, friend :^)
I also occasionally write oneshots. Why not have a skimread?
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Thu May 29, 2014 11:37 am

SpunkySix wrote:This is considerably less funny than the turtle one.
Yeah, I'd just finished reading Trainspotting (again - hence the text) and I felt like I could use that quote in particular. I might do an amusing one next time, though I was considering a nice pic of Emi.
Munchenhausen wrote:Work makes you free :3
You could not have chosen a worse selection of words if you tried there ;)


EDIT: Anybody know what Akira in this really looks like? I keep getting little 'snapshots' in my head but I can't place them :@
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by SpunkySix » Thu May 29, 2014 4:26 pm

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:This is considerably less funny than the turtle one.
Yeah, I'd just finished reading Trainspotting (again - hence the text) and I felt like I could use that quote in particular. I might do an amusing one next time, though I was considering a nice pic of Emi.
Oh, please, do what you want, I liked it. I was just struck by the sudden mood change is all.
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Thu May 29, 2014 4:30 pm

SpunkySix wrote:
AaronIsCrunchy wrote:
SpunkySix wrote:This is considerably less funny than the turtle one.
Yeah, I'd just finished reading Trainspotting (again - hence the text) and I felt like I could use that quote in particular. I might do an amusing one next time, though I was considering a nice pic of Emi.
Oh, please, do what you want, I liked it. I was just struck by the sudden mood change is all.
Hehe, tends to go with how I'm feeling, and I think there was a certain cathartic element to that if I'm honest :p Glad you liked it though :)
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by SpecimenSix » Mon Jun 02, 2014 8:27 pm

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Trainspotting.png
It's simple, but I like it. Maybe it helps that I just watched Trainspotting a week or two ago, but I also loved that quote in particular. :P
Munchenhausen wrote:Work makes you free :3
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:41 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:
AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Trainspotting.png
It's simple, but I like it. Maybe it helps that I just watched Trainspotting a week or two ago, but I also loved that quote in particular. :P
Thanks :) I haven't actually seen the film mind, just read the book. Irvine Welsh is a fantastic author.
Is the film good?
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by SpecimenSix » Tue Jun 03, 2014 3:35 pm

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Thanks :) I haven't actually seen the film mind, just read the book. Irvine Welsh is a fantastic author.
Is the film good?
I honestly didn't know it was a book before you mentioned it. :lol: Yea the film was fantastic, I'd highly recommend it. Especially for an Englishman like yourself. :P
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Tue Jun 03, 2014 3:47 pm

SpecimenSix wrote:
AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Thanks :) I haven't actually seen the film mind, just read the book. Irvine Welsh is a fantastic author.
Is the film good?
I honestly didn't know it was a book before you mentioned it. :lol: Yea the film was fantastic, I'd highly recommend it. Especially for an Englishman like yourself. :P
Honestly, read it, it's glorious :D Filth is good too - my basic synopsis of that was 'I've never spent the first 5/6's of a book hating a protagonist so much and then spent the last 1/6th feeling such pity'.

To be fair, I like the Scots so reading it, mostly in a Leith dialect, is nice :)
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by SpecimenSix » Wed Jun 04, 2014 12:41 pm

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:Honestly, read it, it's glorious :D Filth is good too - my basic synopsis of that was 'I've never spent the first 5/6's of a book hating a protagonist so much and then spent the last 1/6th feeling such pity'.

To be fair, I like the Scots so reading it, mostly in a Leith dialect, is nice :)
I'll put it on my list, but there's a ton of books I've been meaning to read that I'll have to get around to before I can start that. That being said the film is definitely worth seeing, even if you've read the book.
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:39 am

I wanted to draw something progressive, but ending up just making a djent in my free time.
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by brythain » Wed Jul 16, 2014 8:10 am

AaronIsCrunchy wrote:I wanted to draw something progressive, but ending up just making a djent in my free time.
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That's not a djent, that's a lady. :D
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Re: A very crunchy drawings thread

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Sun Feb 01, 2015 8:27 pm

First drawing I've done in a while, and also the last I intend to to sans graphic tablet for a while as I'm ordering one in the near future. Seem to have proposing on the brain at the moment. Body proportions are crazy hard.
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