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It's Still A Marschi Kinda Day

It's Still A Marschi Kinda Day

It's Still A Marschi Kinda Day by G76
It's Still A Marschi Kinda Day by G76

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G76
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARSCHIBOI...AGAIN!

Uh...can snow do that? I thought that if you could make a castle out of sand then it just goes to reason that you could maybe make some letters out of snow? Maybe?

Well...anyway...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! <3<3<3

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supergirlcomix on November 30, 2007, 10:05:34 AM

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supergirlcomixActually...snow can come in several different varities...there's the light fluffy kind...then there's a mushier type...9_9 *goes on and on* For not having snow where you are...you draw it wonderfully! I'm sure she'll adore it!

G76 on December 1, 2007, 3:04:30 AM

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G76I always just try and draw snow as it looks in movies and tv, and that stuff always looks so thick and fluffy. But I guess they probably don't even use real snow...so I may have been using bad reference, but thanks for making me feel better about my snow drawing. =)

All these different types of snow! :O I think I need to do some research.

supergirlcomix on December 1, 2007, 1:21:31 PM

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supergirlcomixSnow is amazing. I hope you get to see it someday. We had our first real snow today. It was beautiful.

G76 on December 2, 2007, 1:34:10 AM

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G76Your first snow day? Lucky...=(

I bet it was beautiful.

supergirlcomix on December 2, 2007, 2:37:32 AM

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supergirlcomixOh it was. ^_^

marschiboi on November 30, 2007, 10:01:33 PM

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marschiboiahh, you really do spoil me! D: thats so...i cant find the right words, i feel like whatever i say might not cover the awsomness of you and your work.
so lets just move on to the picture itself :P i love that winter wonderland kind of style and those rabbies in the back, theyre so cute! :O and i think snow could do that if youre being careful modeling it ;D it would make a wonderful surprise. it IS a wonderful surprise already :)
thank you again my dear

G76 on December 1, 2007, 3:02:17 AM

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G76Your welcome. =) Spoiling you is a favourite thing of mine to do.

Soooo...snow can do that? *writes down* Hmmm...I'll have to remember that for some more spoiling at some point. XD

And you said awesomeness for me and the picture. That covers more than anything I could ask for. <3<3

LPUMike on November 30, 2007, 8:02:11 AM

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LPUMikeWow! Nice job! Your drawings are always so smooth!

G76 on November 30, 2007, 8:43:28 AM

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G76Thank you. =) It's a personal preference. I can really get into rough, sketchy stuff, but generally I like smooth stuff so I try to aim for that.

Trinity_Fire on November 30, 2007, 7:27:53 AM

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Trinity_FireAwwwwwwwww~
This is just downright amazing. I love the softness of the snow you draw~ *_______*
Snow can get kinda brittle kinda fast, so it depends on what type of snow you get, and how soon you work with it. But, yeah, you can do that with it. (though it's only for skilled craftsmen, like yourself, no doubt)
Awesome! I'm still in awe of the piles of snow, and the leaves, and the clouds and all. :) Beautiful. ♥

G76 on November 30, 2007, 7:46:59 AM

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G76There's different kinds of snow?!?!? O_o Man...there's so much I'm missing. Well, I've heard of yellow snow, but I'm not playing with that stuff. XD I wouldn't mind trying ice sculpture. Something about doing art with a chainsaw really speaks to me.

Wait...y...you just used awe and skilled craftsmen in your comment. O_o W...wow. <3 I really remember things like that. I do. Means a lot.

Trinity_Fire on November 30, 2007, 10:40:39 AM

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Trinity_FireHaha, you're welcome.
But there's so many types of snow! There's kinds that fall soft and wet, perfect for snowballs. There's also the hard, sleeting kind, which is pretty much like digging your hands through frozen gravel, and usually crusty after being left out for days and thawing during the day and freezing over again at night.
Also pretty common is the dry snow, but that's just about impossible to pack and thus real difficult to make anything with 'till it's been sunny and (mildly) warm for a few days, so it's melted enough to stick.

Oh, I love snow. Can you tell? XD

G76 on December 1, 2007, 3:02:35 AM

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G76O_o Wow. I had no idea. I've only seen snow on movies, and it always just looks like the same sort of 'snowball ready' type of stuff. Sometimes on really cold mornings, everything gets covered in this layer of frozen kind of ice, frosting stuff. That reminded me of that hard, sleeting kind you said...but I wouldn't know really. =( I know it definitely doesn't fall from the sky.

Yeah, I can tell you love snow. XD And it sounds like you get a fair bit of it...or you just take a lot of notice. ;)

Trinity_Fire on December 1, 2007, 6:39:30 AM

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Trinity_FireHoney, building snow forts and snowmen is an ART. ;D ♥
Also, you NEED to visit Alaska or Canada or something. I'd help pay for the trip!

G76 on December 2, 2007, 1:37:38 AM

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G76Snow forts? SNOW FORTS?! I've never heard of snowforts. D: That's...awesome. XD Snow forts with some snow men sentrys.

Uh...let's say...Canada. ;) If it's no good...I could always just skip across to Alaska.