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ITT: We draw our wonderlands
#71
Im still doing it 737
http://fc07.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2014/2...80iuw1.png
Still learning english guys :c
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#72
(09-26-2014, 01:28 AM)Acrid Wrote: Im still doing it 737
http://fc07.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2014/2...80iuw1.png

That's creepy.
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It's somewhat like this: http://i.imgur.com/C5tTb6f.jpg

When I started, the place was like Araragi's room. http://i.imgur.com/Wzuq6h8.jpg
But then she changed a lot the place.
Tulpa: Rin Gratia
Age: 10 Years Old
Date o birth: 06/25/14

Gratia means "grace", or"gratitude" in Latin. I put that name 'cause I thought it matched with her personality.
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#73
(10-10-2014, 03:56 PM)The Master Wrote: That's creepy.
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It's somewhat like this: http://i.imgur.com/C5tTb6f.jpg

When I started, the place was like Araragi's room. http://i.imgur.com/Wzuq6h8.jpg
But then she changed a lot the place.


Very regal, master. Smile
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#74
Mine looks like this! A simple photomanip I should probably do a better version of someday.
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#75
(06-24-2012, 11:48 AM)Pleeb Wrote: Here you are (click for larger version):
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The cabin is where we used to stay; surrounding the cabin is a single tree, followed by these huge rolling hills/grasslands; there are some trails going into the surrounding forest, but I didn't feel like plotting them.

Forest is really big, and sometimes there are monsters and stuff... Mountains are pretty high and snowcapped.

The area beyond the mountains with the castle, we kinda discovered it, it was just this huge desert/mountain thing, with these pillars all over. Chess kinda started building the castle, and I helped finish building it.

P.S.
The castle is actually to the left of the cabin, not the right, I think.
my wonderland is similar but no castle and its a traditional japanese house.

(11-15-2014, 11:53 AM)TheWisp2864 Wrote: my wonderland is similar but no castle and its a traditional japanese house.
there's also a river and rice patty we make sake with.
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#76
http://artpad.art.com/?nf3vzekejio sorry i suck at drawing on the computer.
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#77
My wonderland:
http://artpad.art.com/gallery/?ngw5pe9wdjw
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#78
I'll play.

We really can't draw wonderland in any meaningful way, since it is just an infinite blue plane with doors leading to various subworlds hovering above it.

Here, though, is a drawing of a place Rei took me to the first time we went on a date inside a dream-it's a cafe/gourmet popcorn shop with the rather whimsical name The Lennox Kernel.

(Rei: A lot of places we have gone had puns in their names, for some reason. I blame him. ♥)


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#80
I terrible at drawing, so I'll definitely do this. Why not, after all.

The checkered blanket is the picnic blanket, with the brown box on top being, a, you guessed it, picnic basket. I often get some bread out of there, just to try and deepen my sense of smell and taste. Also, the perspective of the drawing is where I usually sit down. Lucy usually lies down on the other side of the basket, but I'm not quite ready to show her off Smile I'm still working on her form.

I tried to make as though the picnic is on a hill, and the river is below us. See, in my mind, we are halfway up a hill. The hill I'm on kinda plateaus halfway up the hill, making it a perfect place to have a picnic. If you walked down the hill, you'd be at the river.

So there you go, an MS Paint drawing of my Wonderland. You can thank me in advance for the tears it moved you to. Also, there is a tree shading us, but that was hard to draw in with the way I represented the hill.


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