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Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

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Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Pyronix on Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:39 pm

This was an interesting topic that started in the coloring contest thread. It's cool to see weather the good artists such as Winnie and Kao used to carefully stay in the lines and doodle on the walls. I'm interested in the results.

As for me, I hated those thick black line's when I was coloring, so I had a habit of writing up my fathers back with markers and pens and pretended I was making "tattoos". XD
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Winnie on Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:06 pm

I remember Tatooing my friends. Once I accadentally used a sharpie...
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Cial on Fri Jul 17, 2009 9:36 pm

NEVUR! LINES R FUR SQUAREZ!
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Kaotic on Sat Jul 18, 2009 3:57 am

Oww, Winnie, thats so evil!!!

And, the only lines i use are in the swords i draw, and sometimes I draw over those lines, sometimes I merge those lines, and sometimes I dont draw over them.. in colouring, of course I stay in the lines, unless I want to make an abstract feel a bout it, or I will go over to merge it with something else.. happy =3?

I also, when was younger, rarely stayed in the lines.. it's not like i couldn't is it xD.. apparently when I was younger, i drew several smily faces with mum's lipstick.. then ate it O.o
Another time, i had a piece of wire at the tennis courts, and i drew a square on one person car, and a square on another O.O

So, I must've been artistic when younger :D
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Charon on Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:52 am

I've always colored in the lines, and then made a background of my own xD
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Flaw of Insanity on Sat Jul 18, 2009 8:26 am

Well, coloring, I go in the lines, but on Photoshop I get the lines, color them black, try expand the lines then just color justing brush tool.
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Rage on Sat Jul 18, 2009 2:09 pm

Colored within the lines? Bah. I make my own lines.

Besides, there ain't no lines in charcoal drawing. Just a bunch of shades...
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Juliana on Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:51 am

I recall that I always colored within the lines...

Then embellished the result with the little decorative details I KNEW belonged in the picture that had been left out for some reason.

I actually got in major trouble once, for adding footprints and sled tracks to a color-by-number project in fourth grade. You might say that I was too artistic for the teacher's tastes.
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Guest on Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:06 am

I wish I could show you all the scenic drawings I made but it's hard to get underneath my bed to dig them out and my dad just deep cleaned all our carpeting so the floor is wet. Promise next week I will dig out my drawings and scan them for you all and yes I stayed in the lines while I colored :).
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Banned on Thu Oct 01, 2009 6:11 am

I never could offord colouring books back when i was a kid so yea i stayed in the lines.

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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Winnie on Fri Oct 09, 2009 2:33 am

I Totally stayed in the lines... not like I'm a priss, but I've just always wanted things to be perfect, or my way. Such as, when I was in kindergarten, we had "Fun Time" where we could draw or color anything. So once I drew a picture of a kid blowing bubbles... and I spent a whole weeks worth of "Fun Time" Making one bubble.

There were 5 bubbles.

Sometimes I'd take coloring pages and "fix" the problems with them by using a black sharpie. My teacher would always get so mad at me becuase their all s'posed to look the "Same" and I wasn't supposed to have sharpies in kindergarten.

And also, when I was ALSO in kindergarten, we made paper snowflakes. I wanted to have the PERFECT snowflake, and therefore I taped 4 peices of paper together to make a BIIIG snowflake. I made it- it looked great- but it didn't fit on the board with the rest, and it got thrown out...

I also, today, hate hate hate following the rules. It's so terrible- I always want to go and "Fix" those lines that I think are wrong, but they always come out like mush. I really hate my instinct, but it made me a great childhood colorer.
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Chiyuki on Wed Jan 06, 2010 5:22 am

Ragegamer wrote:Colored within the lines? Bah. I make my own lines.

Besides, there ain't no lines in charcoal drawing. Just a bunch of shades...

dangit rage you took what I wanted to say :P fooey xD
but in photoshop you have to stay in the lines most of the time...well if you color the way I do you have to or else everything will get flooded with one color...bleeegh
I do sometimes use different layer modes to cheat tho so if i do fall out of line using the paintbrush tool it won't show
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Altera on Mon Jan 18, 2010 10:46 am

I try to stay within the lines on my drawings but because I use watercolour pencils they have a slight tendency to smudge.
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Crystal Lion on Sat Mar 13, 2010 3:23 pm

I do, almost all the time. I usually use bold lines on solid objects like living things and weapons. Since most of my art is digital, it's easier for me to color according to the lines.
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Re: Did you stay in the lines while coloring?

Post by Darre on Fri Mar 19, 2010 7:02 am

Who says my drawings have lines? :trnerdy:
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