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    Default Traditional WIP

    Hey guys!
    Ever since I was a kid ( even though I'm still only 18. ) I wanted to draw on my walls/desk etc. but since I live on my own and finally know why my parents wouldn't let me do that I decided to draw on my desk to make it feel like a comfortable workspace.

    I want to let you know that I haven't drawn traditionally in YEARS on end, I'm even surprised I still had pencils and the proper material to even draw ( I found them in my old school bag that I haven't used in a super long time. )

    well here's what I currently got;





    Last edited by theclan10; 02-15-2013 at 12:43 PM.

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    Cool, but kind of a bad placement. You will end up with black forearms if you spend to much time at the computer :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by enable View Post
    Cool, but kind of a bad placement. You will end up with black forearms if you spend to much time at the computer :3
    I got a workspace below it where i'll be placing my keyboard/tablet and mouse also I will be mounting my curreny monitor so you can see all the artwork ^^

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    you should look into getting yourself some pens... pencil does not bode well for plastic, painted or wallpapered surfaces...

    Edit: but still cool all the same!

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    You could seal the drawing with some fixative spray to prevent it from rubbing of.

    I really like where you're going and it's lovely to have such personal designed furniture. Be sure to also post the finished outcome later on.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cC.RadillacVIII View Post
    You could seal the drawing with some fixative spray to prevent it from rubbing of.

    I really like where you're going and it's lovely to have such personal designed furniture. Be sure to also post the finished outcome later on.
    Thanks on the fixative spray! I was wondering If I could protect somehow, I had an idea to build an outer case around the desk ( black ) with glass and lights I might stilldo that later but for now the spray is fine.

    Also I've updated the first post with some new pictures!

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    Updated first post once again, sorry for the bump :3

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