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One of those days by Hagge One of those days by Hagge
For Sue.

Something like this is going to be attempted on a bearbread.
If it doesn't work, this picture should do...I hope. ^^;
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Flying-Fossa Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010
This is gorgeous! I love the way you've played with the light here and the clouds :D
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Hagge Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you. It was fun. :)
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
Oh wow, that is some ambitious planning. Or maybe it is just normal awesome for you. I'd believe that. :D This would look smegging cool on a bearbread.
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Hagge Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010  Professional General Artist
Oh thanks, I hope so. Well, it's more like ambitious planning...:D I have to find the right bread though.
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2010
That's even better, you're "levelling up", to use video game parlance. :D

How hard will it be to find the right bread?
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Hagge Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010  Professional General Artist
:D I could look at it that way....

I tend to go out and collect random bearbreads, sometimes, or collect what's available. It varies. The really good ones tend to be higher up and more difficult to get to, and sometimes they're a right bear (no pun intended) to get off the tree. (I've latched onto a bearbread high up, and tried to use my weight to pull it off, and wound up dangling off of it like a bad ornament, instead) I've tried breaking breads off the tree, and have accidently broken them into pieces more than once. Although they're actually pretty hardy. And they're also very heavy, because they're full of moisture, of course. Depending on the size, three bear bread can weigh up to 10 lbs and more.
And then they have to dry... ... ...
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010
:D The best part is that you get to hear little victory music. [link]

That would have been an awesome picture, you (or anyone) dangling from a bearbread. :lmao: Do they take up a lot of room when you're drying them out?
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Hagge Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2010  Professional General Artist
I wish! (the FF VII level-up is cool, too :lol:)

It depends on a)their size, and b) where you put them to dry. :)
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Kid-Apocalypse Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2010
Ooh, yes, that's one of my favourites.

Good points. :giggle: You're probably more considerate/practical than I would be. "Whaaat? The middle of the living room is the perfect place to dry this thing that is bigger than the dog!"
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Hagge Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2010  Professional General Artist
:nod:

Oh, I'd happily go through devil's club to find a bearbread bigger than the dog. The largest I've ever seen was about 2 feet long, and nearly a foot wide. The ones I have usually fit in the palm(s) of your hand(s) I do know of one that's about a foot long, though. I'm tempted to retrieve it, but I don't know who I'd retrieve it for.
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