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Knock it off! The Simpsons by dmlxo21 Knock it off! The Simpsons by dmlxo21
I love everything except for Lisa and the vanishing point problem.
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:iconxxandylawxx:
hey canopeas
the phone is good like as if you could do better, dmlxo21 is a very good artist and their is nothing that is wrong with drawing!!!!
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:icondmlxo21:
Wow.. you know what, that is the most encouraging word that I've ever heard.
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:iconxxandylawxx:
HEY I HAVEN'T BEEN ON FOR A WHILE :( MY ART IS STILL RUBBISH AND USING AN IPHONE FOR TAKING PICTURES OF MY DRAWINGS WAS A WRONG IDEA, BUT WAIT, I WILL!!!! GET A GRAPICS TABLET SO I CAN DO DIGITAL ART AND GET A BETTER CAMERA FOR MY DRAWINGS
SINCE IM 12 I WILL GROW TO 15 AND BY THEN .... THERE WILL BE  A MASSIVE IMPROVEMENT IN MY ART WORK!!! THANK U FOR READING
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:icondmlxo21:

Congrats, buddy! That bloody tablet will help you alot! Just take the photos of some pencil drawn or something as you did, and creating a new layer on it would make it alot easier.

There's no doubt you'll be a great artist, especially being interested in like that of your age.

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The perspective on the phone might be a little off, too. It looks a bit crooked. But then again, that's probably the vanishing point problem you mentioned (I'm not entirely sure what that means yet).

Really nice work though. Very much in the show's style, and very reminiscent of the "Playing Hot Wheels" scene where Bart and Lisa are whacking at each other with the Hot Wheels tracks. "Ow, that had a guide pin in it!"
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The vanishing point; where every extended lines meet. It can be one or two or even more.

I'm really appreciate that you love this. Really.
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:iconcanopeas:
No problem. I'm a die hard fan of the show. Even with the show's decline, I'm still watching and I always will. This show has always been like a religion to me; a guiding light that taught me to question authority, look on the bright side, and never take anything too seriously.

I love the family to death and no amount of bad episodes will kill that for me. So seeing art like this, which encapsulates the spirit of the show in its golden years, makes me happy.
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