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SeriouslyLikeTheSpitterOwnsEveryone by Colbatros SeriouslyLikeTheSpitterOwnsEveryone by Colbatros
<EDIT> Irony=seeing plenty of sparkledog drawings "More from Colbatros" section right next to this stamp. Seriously. They're ugly as shit. Gawd.

It's been a long time since I made a stamp, hey!

Well, this one basically came up in my head after several hours of looking through parodies of sparkledogs and such. Pretty funny.

I'll always prefer realistic designs over sparkly ones. Seriously.

(God, I hate to mess with the frame speed so much on this one. Go to hell, Internet Explorer 9)



Stamp (c) ~Colbatros
Font (c) `stuck-in-suburbia
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NiftyNautilus Apr 20, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I have one OC who's realistic to a point. Then you notice her green skin. ;P
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Vergiss-Uns-Nicht Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The Spitter makes me cry at night.
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Otterlore Mar 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I do like dogs and other things with realistic designs. I like kind of colorful ones, too those. Only, since I read some of the comments below and your replies, I do agree that they're REALLY annoying when placed into a natural setting. Even when I was nine years old, I remember I created a cat species in a magical world that was all colorful, but that was because it fit in that world. Then again, it was a really stupid idea (considering they ate... flower nectar. Yeah. *facepalm to 9 year old self*)

Personally, I like drawing some sparkleh-dogs, but just for fun, not putting them in the natural world and saying it was a scientist's experiment. I hate those.
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silverybeast Mar 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
fantasy is my genre. I love magical stuff. And this stamp fits me so well. Even if I used some unnatural elemtans on my designs, they have to make sense at some point. sparkledogs just don't :XD:
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Colbatros Mar 6, 2012  Student Writer
Sparkledogs are not just canines with fuzzy colours; they simply do not fit in the universe they live in. They either couldn't survive or even remain a mystery as to how they even managed to live in their world.
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:iconwolfpawdragonclaw:
Gonna go off a bit, sorry! ^^;

I love designs that are easy to draw. Because I am a lazy turd. I don't want to spend more time studying your character's design/markings than it does to completely draw the entire thing! :XD:

But some realistic designs can be very hard to draw. :cries: Like some wolves (that have the grays, whites, blacks, and sometimes orange or browns thrown in too, just to be like that) and cats (freaking tiger cats! And leopards!) and African painted dogs. :stare:




But does it depend on the setting? :? I mean, if the story takes place in a fantasy world, would you be more okay with "sparklish" designs? Or would they be considered "realistic" to that world? :? :confused: What if sparkledogs, in a fantasy world, were "realistic" and our idea of a "realistic" dog was unnatural? :confused: Like Pokemon! :dummy:
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Colbatros Feb 29, 2012  Student Writer
Yes, with realistic designs, you're better off with painting the whole thing. You know, making the colours blend together with the famous smudge tool.

Of course, it does. If the story takes place in a world where everything is extremely bright and shiny, then a normal wolf would never manage to hunt anything without getting seen. It always depend of the setting, as you said.
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:iconwolfpawdragonclaw:
Unless you have to traditionally paint it... :fear:

Yeah, sorry! ^^;
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:iconpickelfresh:
I'm glad I'm not the only one who hates sparkledogs.
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