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By Anonymous - / Sunday 17 October 2010 04:28 / United States
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I'm trying so hard, darling, and I just can't picture in my head how anyone could make out a graveyard from a bridge... Also...why would you draw your grandmother a bridge in the first place? It just seems like an odd drawing...unless she was an architect back in her day or something.

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so why don't you try and draw a tombstone then maybe it would come out a bridge...or I wonder if you draw a cat if it would come out a lion.....or maybe a dig and it would come out a bear....OR a human it would come out a monkey?....lol I don't know just go buy a Card next time!!!

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I'm trying so hard, darling, and I just can't picture in my head how anyone could make out a graveyard from a bridge... Also...why would you draw your grandmother a bridge in the first place? It just seems like an odd drawing...unless she was an architect back in her day or something.

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Some of my fondest memories include a bridge. Although there's only so far you can go with abstract art before you're no longer an artist. You're just a nutter.

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3: If it was a *really* messed up bridge, and it looked like a upside-down U, and maybe it had a dark background, so maybe it looked like a close-up of a gravestone? :/

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Hmmm.... I suppose only then would I be able to see it. Perhaps I give OP too much credit on their technique, which is what's preventing me from seeing it.

Ah, I kinda see how this could happen. :P If you drew a bridge with a half-circle underneath and the cross-pieces under the bridge formed tombstone-like shapes, it would look like a hill with tombstones on it. Your mistake for drawing something so easily misinterpreted though.

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Of course it was funny! Ugh, if I'm a bitch, they complain. If I'm witty, they whine. If I'm funny, they freak out. If I'm nice, they never get it! I CAN'T WIN!

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Lesson one: if you can't draw properly when you're younger than 12, it's ok. Lesson two: if you can't draw properly when you're older than 12, don't draw for others, draw for yourself for fun, but not for others. Lesson three: if you want to draw for others who are not your lover, try simple things (not that I know what's more simple than a bridge, but shht) OR your grandma herself (that's something people might like)

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Lesson four: If you are not a professional artist or artist-in-training, don't draw a picture as a birthday gift. OP, was it on ruled paper? Did it take you less than five minutes? Next time get your grandmother a proper gift.

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