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NIKON CORPORATION
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Find Hope by Mr8att3ry Find Hope by Mr8att3ry
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Find Hopeby Mr8att3ry

Designs & Interfaces / Tattoo Design©2012-2014 Mr8att3ry
This piece would be more suited to a forearm or leg. I quite enjoy it; simple and traditional with big meaning.

:bulletred: Please do not use without my permission. Just send me a note beforehand. :bulletred:

I encourage all comments and critiques!
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Trezykx Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No, you cant make me!! :angered:

Great work here. but the colors could be a bit less grainy, perhaps some smudging would smooth them out, I find if your lay the colors on thick, then go over them with a white colored pencil it tends to smooth them out a lot quite a bit. Or at least my pencils seem to do that.
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Mr8att3ry Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hmm I've never thought of that. When you said smudge I was thinking "I don't think pencil crayons smudge". I will definitely do this in the next drawing and see what happens!
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Trezykx Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
They don't smudge easy but they do smudge, moistening your finger helps a bit (lick it), but the best method is a white pencil crayon. You'll note how smooth all my old traditional art is, that's all colored pencil and all done with this method.
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