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July 26, 2011
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I support bases by inside-our-mind I support bases by inside-our-mind
Of course I support bases.. lol.
If you agree with my views, please take a look at #GoodBases, a group I made for such supportation.. .-. is that even a word? No? Well, now it is.
Base haters, there IS really good stuff out there made with bases, and it's not the same as art theft if you alter it enough. Bases are made because some people can't draw certain things, such as parts of anatomy or certain poses.
Me, I can't digitally draw a lot of things without a base, especially heads. It's also impossible for me to draw more than one person in one picture, digitally or traditionally (Why this is, I have yet to figure out).

Stamp itself was made with a base.
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inside-our-mind Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt because I'm assuming you're a beginner and everyone starts somewhere. On top of that, you're not using bases, so I expect some anatomy things. Everyone starts somewhere, and one day you could be better than I am now.
What I'm talking about in this stamp though, are people who literally don't even try. People who say "screw this base, I'm going to metaphorically take a dump on it and call it done". People who draw a line on each arm and then use the bucket tool and call it a shirt, or who use the spraycan tool, scribble something, and call it hair. You're at least trying, and since you're working on your own without a base, I can appreciate that. If you were to spend more than 5 minutes, I'm sure you'd be surprised at how detailed it could turn out.
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inside-our-mind Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Again, take about 20 minutes or more on a picture, and then show me the difference. You could be surprised and impressed with yourself.
Art is not a speed race. Unless you're a splatter artist, your work is meant to take time to create in order for its full potential to come to light. If you're speeding through it, you're wasting a lot of opportunity to, say, adjust anatomy, fix hair to make it flow better, or to make new, one-of-a-kind clothing.
Jemania Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
inside-our-mind Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And a hefty AMEN to your icon! :icontricksterjohnplz:
Jemania Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Thank you! I try my best!
AikaOkami Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well not all ms paint users are bad I mean I only use it because I have nothing else to work on...
AsahiGirl Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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