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Drawing at Work No.0 by pisces6 Drawing at Work No.0 by pisces6
Ignore the random eyes. I do that a lot on my scratch paper. >.>;;; Their hair is too shiny! DX My eyes!

So, this is one of my sketches I did at work like... 4-5 years ago. >.>;;; I just got around to scanning it in. It was drawn on the back of some test suite paper for the company I was working for at the time. I think this was one of my better scratch paper sketches. The girl next to the bird is based off of Sailor Saturn from Sailormoon, but her expression doesn't match up with the character.

... On second thought, it probably does. :X Well, the eyes aren't drawn right for the character, heh.

This was drawn with those cheap Office Depot pens that tend to release big blobs of ink at random times. -_-; Yeah, those were the pens offered at the workplace, so I didn't have any real choice other to use them. You can see places where the pen just spewed ink in an inconvenient spot and I had to 'fix' it. >.> I remember some of my co-workers marveling over how I was able to shade with a ballpoint pen. It's do-able, just harder. ;)

I do not recommend drawing at work unless you are waiting for something to get done by someone else or are on your break. ;)
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Deaku Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2008
heh ^_^ reminds me of how some of my notebooks back in high school looked if I got too bored in class.

Nice work, especially with using those types of pens.
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pisces6 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, my notebooks in college were like that. XD I remember I drew a lot in math class in high school. I knew what the teacher was talking about, but I didn't need to pay attention. The funny thing is... I'm almost positive my math teacher knew I was drawing at times. ;) In fact, he walked by me one time while I was drawing, and he didn't say a thing.

Though, I think that was because he knew I was a good student, I understood the material, and I turned in my homework on time.
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Deaku Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2008
Math was one of my main classes for drawing in my notebooks, I sometimes refered to it as my secondary art class ^_^
As long as we had our work done the teacher really didn't care what we did in that class afterwards.
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pisces6 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, secondary art class, I like that. XD I didn't get around to taking an art class until I was a senior in high school, so for me, math was just a temporary art class for me, heh.
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