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South Park by White-Knuckles South Park by White-Knuckles
An acrylic painting I made and finished in May right before school ended. I was too lazy to take a picture of it right away... whoops and sorry. The 4th character in the picture is my design of "Douchebag/DovahKiin" from The Stick of Truth videogame. I played and won the Stick of Truth 7 times. I should play it again soon! Such a fun game, and it has many funny moments from the older South Park episodes that me and Dad watched all the time when I was in Elementary school. It made me so happy and I love Douchebag. 
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F-Eagie Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Hobbyist
Great job, you're so good with acrylic unlike me XP I fucked up a slenderman drawing I made and ended up throwing it in the garbage
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White-Knuckles Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
lol. I probably would do more acrylic and oil painting if paint wasn't so damn expensive. I highly prefer digital painting in photoshop because it ends up looking way nicer imo. People also seem to appreciate digital art way more than traditional art these days as well. That's why people like patrick-brown are so famous. They aren't famous for their drawings or the content of their digital paintings, just the way they digitally color them. God, people fucking piss me off anymore.
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F-Eagie Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Hobbyist
I know what you mean. Also digital is easier to fix and you can undo things.
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alekksandar Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Student General Artist
Is that watercolor? I ruin a drawing just by thinking about using watercolors or temperas on it, but you seem good at coloring.
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White-Knuckles Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Nope, Royal and Langnickel acrylic. I worked so hard on this painting and it ended up looking fantastic. 
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