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Old 10-04-2010, 01:25 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by cracked1 View Post
The hard part of doing portraits is creating a pattern to work from.
Yeah, because that is the hard part. I have trouble drawing a damn stick figure.

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Sorry, I am sworn as a mod to disagree with the above statement. But as a rational person, I do agree.
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I was wrong
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I did a Halflife 2 pumpkin a couple of years ago. I've done a couple of custom pumpkins the past couple of years but I only remember that one. I've never tried anything that would require "art skilz" though. I think carving pumpkins is a ton of fun, but the wife and kids only want to do traditional pumpkins. (yawn...)

I'm still thinking about what to carve this year. I agree the hard part for me is to take an image and photoshop it into a pattern. After you have the pattern, it's not too hard to do a good looking pumpkin as long as it's not too complicated.
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