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Musicscape1 by ThemeFinland Musicscape1 by ThemeFinland
Today I was a bit bored and I remembered this weird exercise we used to do in art/music class in elementary school, where we would listen to music and draw whatever came to our mind while listening to the song, by draw anything I mean whatever, most of us drew squiggly lines and the sort, but occasionally you maybe could see a stick figure there somewhere. Anyways I decided to try it again and see what happened. Admittedly it took me about 10 minutes to do this, which is longer than the actual track I was listening to, so the "musicscape" ,so to say, isn't entirely pure. I think I'll try to do this again sometime, it's pretty nice to just lay back and draw whatever.

I have actually done several of these, but I am just going to post the ones that are at least a bit coherent, since as I previously mentioned, the things that come out on paper are usually just squiggly lines and other not so interesting things.
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gabrielIgnitus Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
What was the song?!
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ThemeFinland Jan 2, 2014   General Artist
I think the song I listened to was "Crossing borders, by Booka Shade" and then the second song that i listened for the rest of the drawing was "Honey Slave (Bletek remix), by Booka Shade".
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gabrielIgnitus Jan 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Just listened to the song and it's actually hard to believe that you drew this in only less than those two songs.
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ThemeFinland Jan 3, 2014   General Artist
I did go a bit over those two songs but not much, maybe a minute or two, but generally speaking these drawings are very quick drafts made on a black background using the regular brush and moist brush tools, so they take very little time to make.
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gabrielIgnitus Jan 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
still, there are particle effects that make it look so real and imagined at the same time. You know what they say: "Less is more"
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