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Emmelie Nordström

"My black ink " by Emmelie Nordström

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Yes... this one is really something special... Sometimes I just sit with a piece of paper in front of me, not nowing what to do with it. So, this time I took some photos of my friends, and started to practise human drawing. It all started with the two guys to the left, and it kinda looked like they were sad about something, so I thought, well someone must have died. Thats why we have a dead man on the bottom. And then it all went from that. Someone must have killed the gye, let's make a kind of monster, yes, that will be good. And then some poor guy with blood all over, that will be good to. I know of all the wrongs in this one, but I don't want to change it, because I like how I can see my own thoughts in it!


Anyhow, this is what I do with my black ink, when I can't sleep.

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'My black ink ':
 • Created by: :-) Emmelie Nordström
 • Copyright: ©Emmelie Nordström. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Black, Dead, Ink, Man, Werewolf
 • Categories: Lycanthrope, Were-folk, etc
 • Techniques: Black Ink
 • Submitted: 2010-03-30 10:38:11
 • Views: 514
 • Resolution: 750x534

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