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DJ Richard III by DIchigo DJ Richard III by DIchigo
Yaay! Richard!

This is a little doodle, I don't remember anything about it, but every time you have a musical character you draw them as a dj it seems...

yaay, ball point pen~
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PickleWeasel Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2010
Cute :)

Unrelatedly, I like your handwriting.
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DIchigo Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
haha, thanks. This is my scribbly personal hand writing. How I write his name at the top is more or less what my notes look like, it's kind of hard to read sometimes.

it's actually funny because if you try to read the actual 'letters' visible, it doesn't spell 'Richard' it's more like 'Ricliuel' or 'Ricliud'

I like capital letters or first letters to have a flourish. I have a flourish for most letters, some have more then one. A pointier type and a rounder type.
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PickleWeasel Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2010
Flourishes are fun! I don't really do that, but my handwriting is hard to read, even for me.
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DIchigo Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I do, my writing is a cross between cursive and print so I've ended up with flourishes on different letters. You'll end up seeing more things like that as my comic progresses.
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PickleWeasel Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010
I've noticed it in the comic somewhat already, I think. My writing is a cross between cursive and print too, but not flourishy as much as connected.
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DIchigo Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
I just write flourishes, it's better then a scrawl which is quite prevalent in the comic. I decided for my writing there it would be closer to my personal hand writing and not my blockier caps or even lower case that I use when it's the intention from the get-go that other people are supposed to read it. It's a cross between personal and legible. If you look around at anything of mine that has writing here there's a lot of things with flourishes around, it's just how I write. My notes have them too, large first letters then everything else much smaller.
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