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The mechanical pencil is doing the work extremely good too. The darker spots are so easy to draw. It may seem unreal, but I am not changing pencils. The contrast is achieved with only one pencil. Of course i try to be as accurate as i can with those lighter spots and just slightly letting the pencils tip slide. Not even using the pencil at all. It might be harder for not so advanced artists. But since the skin is so cringy, even if you push too hard and do a line or even lines where you did not want them, you can hide them pretty easily. Actually the more messy you are, the better effect comes in the end.
When I made the drawing of my first dragon, I confess that I did not know what would come out, I just let myself go, I made the first lines forming his body, standing him up, later placing some beautiful wings, resulting in a wonderful surprise since he did not I knew how it would come out, and boy I loved it. Dragon
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Right now. This very instant, in fact. There's a war raging in our schools. It is a war that was needed, but not wanted; expected, but not anticipated; welcomed, but not accepted. This war is faught on all fronts. No one is safe. The casualties are high, but they are counted with pride.
One of my favorite periods of time each year is when figs ripen on the tree (Ficus carica) in the back yard. I have always loved figs and have fond memories of eating homemade fig preserves made by various women in my family. Aunt Carrie, my mother's sister, in particular was remembered for this. The man across the street from her had a huge fig tree that bore a lot of fruit each year.
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