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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 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
What was the song?!
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ThemeFinland Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital 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 Featured By Owner 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 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital 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 Featured By Owner 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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