I usually find myself doodling and scribbling on tissue paper during long lectures at conventions, on pages of my book, hence, I named my work —-“scribbles of the bored pens”. Most were done using metallic gel pens on black paper.
Sorry about the problems… I’m still not entirely sure why it didn’t load at first, but I was able to replicate it. I tried reducing the file size and that seemed to work better. When I loaded the pic from the backend, though, it suddenly showed up twice! Gremlins!! But it’s there now and lovely work, Rod! 🙂
Thank you, Charlie! For some reason, some of my older stuff scanned in at a huge size, even though I was using the same settings for everything. I should re-scan them but with so much going on in the now, it seems a waste to go back to something from the past, lol.
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