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  1. CJBlazer
    1 Day Ago 01:21 PM
    Hey there, sorry I haven't been talking to ya...been kinda busy.

  2. Nolafus
    1 Week Ago 09:35 PM
    Yay! Coloring smoothly was pretty much the only thing I was good at, so that's all I can give helpful advice about, haha.

  3. Nolafus
    1 Week Ago 02:34 PM
    Yes, a lot smoother with the coloring, but I can still see the strokes in some areas. The only thing I can think of is to only color two ways. What I mean by that is making the strokes follow the drawing, rather than coloring a little section, turning the paper, and coloring in another part where the strokes are at a completely different angle. It will hide the strokes much better, and the coloring will be a lot smoother as well.

    And I really hope my explanation makes sense, haha.

  4. Nolafus
    1 Week Ago 08:38 PM
    No problem! I'm just happy to help.

    Hmm... I'm not sure. I would imagine that the quality of the markers would have a lot to do with it. I've only ever colored with color pencils, hence my tip, so I'm not sure how that would go. From what I can imagine, it would be similar, given that the paper you run over the most would be saturated with the most ink, but maybe once it dries it will even out. In other words, I don't know.

  5. Nolafus
    1 Week Ago 07:43 PM
    Yup, that's the one! I just find those videos really funny, especially the elders ones. They have elderly people react to Oculus Rift, Epic Rap Battles of History, Unfair Mario, and tons of other things. It's hilarious, at least to me.

    The lines are definitely a lot smoother. They just make the whole drawing really clean, and it's an improvement from your earlier works.

    However, since I do like to critique things (even if my friends do find it annoying, haha) there are two things I'd like to touch on. The first is shading, since that's always a critique I throw out when a drawing doesn't have one. I've seen you shade drawings before, so I won't go into detail, since that's probably something you just left out because it wasn't something you were working on. The second thing would be some of the unevenness of the color pencils. You can tell how you colored in the drawing, simply because the strokes are highly visible. I don't know how you color it in, but if you make light strokes at a very high angle, meaning far from upright, it tends to color in a lot smoother. If you're concerned about getting a lighter color than you want that way, just continue rubbing, as you'll eventually get the color you originally wanted.

    Anyway, besides those two things, it's pretty good! The edges are smoother, and I do like the ink work.

  6. Nolafus
    2 Weeks Ago 09:38 PM
    Yeah, Youtube is a lot better when you're interested in something that's constantly pumping out new content. That, or I just browse and occasionally stumble across a series I like, such as the "React" series. Now that's a good one, haha.

  7. Nolafus
    2 Weeks Ago 01:04 AM
    I spend a lot of time on Youtube simply because I really like playing League of Legends, and there's a lot of LoL content out there. From pro games, regular games, parodies, and much more, there's not really a lack of content. LoL has a huge community, so that helps too.

    I guess if you're into something that can be easily made into a video, then Youtube is a much more interesting place.

  8. Nolafus
    2 Weeks Ago 05:53 PM
    Haha, I'm also kind of bad at getting back to people, so there's that too.

    Well, Pewdiepie is also international, which works Youtube's system very well to get more advertising, which nets more views, which nets more advertising, etc.

  9. Nolafus
    2 Weeks Ago 03:14 PM
    Haha, I watched a couple of his videos, and I could hardly get halfway into them. I don't really know how he got so popular. Well, I know the science behind it, but I don't know why people find him funny.

  10. Nolafus
    2 Weeks Ago 02:32 PM
    I saw some of his earlier videos, and thought they were really good. So when I was looking for FNAF videos, I searched him up right away. Unfortunately, he seems to have adopted the mindset that he has to create a show for the viewers. It's not bad in itself, but he just goes over the top with it, and I can't watch the entire video. It's the same with almost all of the popular let's players, like Pewdiepie.

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    Writing, Drawing (even though I'm not much of an artist), Animals, Gaming
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