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Scribble Disease by Chromakode Scribble Disease by Chromakode
Please, be nice to your drawings.

It always breaks my heart when I see an artist tear out the page they were working on, visciously scribble all over it, and rip it into a bunch of pieces. And they were locked in creative concentration not ten seconds ago. Come on, we all have these feelings sometimes. But please - leave your art intact! Even though you may not like it, someone will.
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:iconleetyoshi:
lol, I usually don't scribble and rip, I just don't show it to anyone. ;)
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:iconchromakode:
:XD: Well, then what will become of your poor neglected photos? Will you sell them for millions once you've become a family name? :D
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:iconleetyoshi:
lol. Fat chance of that.

PS: Me = draw, me does not = photo, me = no photography, me = occaisional homemade movie (which I must show to you sometime).
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:iconleetyoshi:
Will show you next time you come over.
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:iconchromakode:
Ack! s/photos/drawings/. :psychotic:
Movies! I would love to see them.
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:iconstannum:
Yeah, I can't draw, so when I try, I pretty much crumple it into a ball :P

nice nice!
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:iconchromakode:
Thanks stannum. Haha, I definitely know how you feel ... :(
Try OrigamiEmu's suggestion, save it to giggle at later!
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:iconstannum:
Haha, oh I'll giggle!

Good work again CK!
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:iconmykel--:
very good :D

the far left looks like a womans body, with a very pointy breast. lol.

also, the font of 'Scribble Disease' is not one of your regulars! that or im forgetting things lol. it looks kinda out of place.
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:iconchromakode:
Ahaha, thanks mykel-! Wow, yeah, the fonts are different in this one... a few weeks ago I raided the ubuntu apt repositories and pulled down everything they had. Are you saying the text looks out of place because it's different, or just generally in terms of the design? I'm impressed you noticed it - bitstream sans must become pretty familiar after a while :D
Thanks for commenting!
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