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Day 2007-12-19

Posted on Thursday, December 27th, 2007 under Sketches | No comments


Day #13 – Robot balloons, skeleton tunes, and crabby rangoons. I am not too happy with these lines … they are so much stiffer than I would prefer. It is because I haven’t been able to find any of those red 2mm leads for my mech pencil holder and I am running out of red Crayola color pencils. I am going to try moving to another lighter color today … perhaps a blue or a pink? :D

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