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The Indomitable

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fiddlewheelx's Sketchbook

  • The Indomitable
  • Sharing the Knowledge
  • Basics Brawler
  • I misinterpreted a prompt, so I made this nightmare

  • I don't understand the Fight to the death prompt

  • Tweety bird has made some bad life choices

  • Drawing Prompt: Junkyard Symphony

  • Dr Whiskers, Psychiatrist

  • Drawing Prompt: The Court of the Rat King

  • Drawing Prompt: Decanter of Drowning

  • Drawing Prompt: Mascot High School

  • Drawing Prompt: Tea Time at World's End

  • Drawing Prompt: Mushroom Manor

  • Drawing Prompt: Cosmic Confectionary

  • Lesson 1: Lines, Ellipses and Boxes

  • Some doodlerinos for your displeasure

  • Can I do the art prompts with paint?

  • A non-political collection of my earlier work.

  • Undead Desperado Centaur

  • Progress of lesson 1 homework

  • No issues using A3 sized paper?

  • Some of my earlier work

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