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#1 Posted : 2/3/2024 4:06:53 AM

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Note- this is not AI generated. This was my first artwork I've ever done in MS Paint from scratch. I'm quite proud of it and I hope you all like it. I was really trying to capture the ecstatic vibe of "the jester" that some of us are quite familiar with.

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#2 Posted : 2/3/2024 4:09:48 AM

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So cool! I love the attention to detail and dynamic aspect. Definitely brings DMT jesters to mind.

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#3 Posted : 2/3/2024 3:48:56 PM

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That's pretty good for a first effort! Looks like this was a significant amount of freehand work?

Now that your interest is piqued you ought to try some further graphics programs like gimp or blender. A higher resolution will definitely lead you to greater satisfaction, I feel.

I look forward to seeing how your practise develops.

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