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I do art too. :D

Posted June 15th, 2010 at 10:48 PM by Timbjerr

I don't have any money to spend this Father's Day, so I'm doing something I haven't done since I was like 12 years old...making a homemade greeting card, complete with my moderately decent art skills. In this case, a self-caricature that I haven't drawn since my freshman year of college. XD

I'm posting a pic of it here for general opinions, ignoring the crappy quality of course (no scanner, just cell phone camera).

Spoiler:


Yes, my caricature has fangs...because my canine teeth are quite noticeable IRL...at least compared to other people. XD


For those curious, I'll caption this with me saying " <profound and inspirational quip on the relation between father and son> " and the inside will say, " <generic, boring Father's Day greeting> "
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    Well, that's sweet of you. <3

    I'm sure your father would love it. :D
    Posted June 16th, 2010 at 05:05 AM by derozio derozio is offline
 

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