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Posted on Sunday, September 18th, 2005 under Sketches | No comments

Ok. This one started out as Matt messing around with my Wacom Graphire3 and Corel Painter IX. He drew a couple of figures and some guy picking his nose. Eventually, he scribbled over everything. After he was done goofin', I didn't want it to go to waste, so I laid down some black and then cut into it with a thin Eraser. After darkening the top, I blended up the white from the bottom.

The best part about this sketch is that I helped Matt develop a fun little signature he can use. I think it would be cool to offer that as a service of DRA Studio ... helping people make a better signature.

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