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Ye Old Rabbit in Charcoal

Posted on Saturday, February 11th, 2006 under Sketches | No comments

A funny little guy I did in pencil and charcoal ... but I think i ruined him when I got too anxious to color and tried to put color pencils over the charcoal.

The end result was mostly just smears intermixed with gray-hued pastels, so I scanned him in as b/w and will give him a retry as a vector redraw.

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