Toilet Seat Masterpiece 06 Revisited  

KC_JJ 53M
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6/15/2006 6:36 am

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Toilet Seat Masterpiece 06 Revisited

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Toilet Seat Masterpiece 06 Revisited

Sometimes when I haven't been drawing alot I keep finishing up old finished drawings whether they need it or not. And sometimes I ruin what was once a quite nice drawing. Compare and contrast the current version with the original that was posted long ago.Hot Off the Crapper!


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gnr8nrg 45M

6/15/2006 8:37 am

Hi KC I like the new one. More life like, so I can reach out and touch her. Have you ever drawn Jessica Rabbit? I'll take an Alba too.


KC_JJ 53M

6/15/2006 9:17 am

    Quoting gnr8nrg:
    Hi KC I like the new one. More life like, so I can reach out and touch her. Have you ever drawn Jessica Rabbit? I'll take an Alba too.
Hey gnr8,

This is one case in which the drawing actually improved with age. At some point I'll post some examples of "overdone" drawings where I should have quit while I was ahead. And no, I've never drawn either of the Jessica's. I have done a few of Jenna Jameson though. I plan to post one of them soon.

Hey did you give up on your blog? I've been gone for about two weeks or so and I thought you were one of the bunch who seemed to have maybe vacated this place. I could be hallucinating again though.

Which reminds me. I just discocered another method of making way twisted, weird images. I may make another graphic oriented post in a few minutes to show an example.

Anyways I hope you're not gone for good.

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EroticaXTC 49F

6/15/2006 4:06 pm

I do like this one because of the more vivid contrast, but I also know that some things have to be viewed in person for the eye to fully appreciate the work...A lot of my own stuff hasn't filmed very well...of course I'm limited in equipment too...
I also suffer with the same habits of not leaving well enough alone...that's the perfectionist syndrome aquarians suffer from...I have had some pieces that I did end up being satisfied with, but more often than not, I've turned really good work into other less pleasing things to me...


KC_JJ 53M

6/15/2006 5:15 pm

    Quoting EroticaXTC:
    I do like this one because of the more vivid contrast, but I also know that some things have to be viewed in person for the eye to fully appreciate the work...A lot of my own stuff hasn't filmed very well...of course I'm limited in equipment too...
    I also suffer with the same habits of not leaving well enough alone...that's the perfectionist syndrome aquarians suffer from...I have had some pieces that I did end up being satisfied with, but more often than not, I've turned really good work into other less pleasing things to me...
All of the drawings that I've presented here look better in real life. The one painting I scanned from a photo looks great. There is something about a drawing that does not translate so well to a scanner. Or something.

So you are an aquarian too? I had not realized that perfectionism was a common trait for them but yes I've been fighting an uphill battle agaist it all my life. Now I accept it and try to take advantage of it for some things but then drop it for others. Great in theory but does not always work that way in practice.

My last GF was an aquarian too. She was even more perfectionistic than me. She gave me a good dose of what I was sort of like as a kid. Made me have a lot more respect for what my parents used to have to deal with.

Certain shared traits really do not go well with each other. Like being slightly domineering and trying to usually get things your way. Luckily I've grown up (some) since I was kid and am much more flexible than I used to be.

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EroticaXTC 49F

6/16/2006 1:53 am

my ex husband was an aquarius too...it's like i looked at him and saw all my traits MAGNIFIED...and actually, i began to soften them all up after being married to him, and some even fell away...kind of like "oh, i don't want to be like that", LOL...the difference between he and i was that i'm adaptable, but he wasn't. But of course, when two people think that they're each always "right", heads are going to butt at times. but i can't complain about receiving a dose of myself, i think it's good for anyone to have a dose if they can recognize it for what it is. i've tried to temper the perfectionist thing as much as i can, it makes for a much happier me


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