|03/31/2004 08:00:50 AM|
by jjbates4Comment by jjbates4:
yeah, i had to bake the crayon first to soften it enough to be able to carve. i think i went through a dozen other colors practicing. it was late on the submission night and i was havin a helluva time trying to get them A) the right size and B) keeping them together. had i thought of this earlier i prob would have put more than a couple of hours into it..... thanks for the insight
|03/30/2004 08:00:26 PM|
by jjbates4Comment by scalvert:
A creative approach to an obvious solution. Somewhat marred by details- uneven crayons at top, "fat" orange crayon, and contrast seems a tad high. Fine entry.
|03/30/2004 12:25:10 AM|
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|03/25/2004 01:13:59 AM|
by jjbates4Comment by procyon:
The orange crayon tip is unfortunately shorter than the other ones and the whole crayon is wider, which makes it too different IMO.
There is maybe a bit too much sharpness.
|03/24/2004 05:32:09 PM|
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