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Today's Oekaki Highlight: A shout out to returning and faithful friends of TACo, who have graced us with some awesome drawings: senobdec, blacklight, solcress, p_b, umi-chan, ri-su, mogily, piffle, and congrats to Hall of Famer sabii!

The Theme Room's subject right now is: The Holidays. Because...aren't you happy they're coming up?


(335) () Oekaki by sankyu, total drawing time 0 : 36 : 30

sankyu 2006/11/3 - 7:42:31
To a special girl, yay for moonlight?
lorelai 2006/11/3 - 13:32:43
what a romantic scenery. I'm impressed by the number of scenery oekakis we've been getting recently =D lucky girl!!
dorothyblueeyes 2006/11/8 - 6:2:55
OOOOOOOh, I am jealous. I want to do scenery on this Oekaki, have not yet. (except my trees out the window.)Very very beautiful. wow.
mika 2006/11/12 - 5:3:31
You ol' romantic dawg you!
Hope she liked it...;)
lorelai 2006/12/7 - 9:50:32
i love how it really seems like moonlight's landing on that shrubbery!
dorothyblueeyes 2006/12/15 - 17:43:50
This proves further something I have more and more realized about this software;it is dy-no-mite for doing fine art,and almost oil painting. Adobe Illustrator was so dissappointing to me,when I got my Windows version,I stopped using it. (also,the darn thing takes up too much memory to use.)MacIntosh's old Adobe Illus. was very good,but probably not anymore.(not sure;I switched to PC.)However, I think we should thank our Japanese friends for inventing this software,cause it is truly miraculous.

I have read that the Japanese have a "truly esthetic" approach to life,and love art in life itself, every day. Or,that used to be the cultural norm. They sure proved it by inventing the Oekaki,and the system of these websites. (feels slightly inferior, only being Swiss in ancestry.)
cloud 2008/1/17 - 13:5:22
argh! I hate it when good pics don't have animation! I need to improoove on my scenery work aswell!

Anyways, great pic! love the moon obv, and i like the clouds aswell! so realistic (something else I have to make my pics have) Hope she liked!


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