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 [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Dim 30 Mar - 22:46

bah non si ton dessin est beau tu auras droit à 25 spoks sinon 20

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Dim 30 Mar - 23:08

il sera beau n'aie crainte

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Dim 30 Mar - 23:17

mouai on verra bien

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Dim 30 Mar - 23:23

tu me donneras tes spoks quand bien même il serait moche

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Dim 30 Mar - 23:26

pourquoi cela?

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 0:05

parce que sinon il n'y aura plus jamais de dessin
plus JAMAIS

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 0:50

mais tu n'es pas la seule à dessiner canard

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 0:55

Oh alors tu n'a pas à t'en faire   

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 1:08

disons que si tu ne met rien ça ne me gêne pas

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 1:46

justement : tu n'à pas à t'en faire

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 8:20

et c'est le cas

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 21:20

tant mieux pour toi alors

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 21:43

oui en effet

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 23:07

Voila un dessin de Lilith (le premier dessin de gosse de la série)
Je n'ai pas réussi à faire de colo, car sinon ça bousille tout le dessin..

j'ai fait trois autres dessins (dont un plutôt pas mal de Bloom)

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 23:17

sympa il est pas mal

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 23:19

je réclame mes calamars ou t'auras pas le dessin de Nath, Dalila et Bloom è_é

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 23:29

faut voir si les autres aiment aussi avant de payer

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 31 Mar - 23:39

chaque dizaine de minute que tu me fera attendre pour mes calamars se transformeront en jour d'attente pour toi

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 7:27

bah pour les autres aussi alors?

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 14:19

Oui
ne sois pas égoiste, Sib, magne-toi x')

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 17:33

bah non je ne paye que si tout le monde est d'accord moi pas avant

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 19:47

Super sympa !! Bravo, Polli !    
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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 19:49

Dada est d'accords, paye

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 19:49

tu as été payé par nephtys déjà

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 20:04

j'attends d'être payée par toi

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 20:06

donc d'avoir 2 fois plus enfin bref

*donne 10 calamar SPOKEUX à canard*

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 20:24

j'ai réclamé 20 calamars à Spok ._.

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 20:26

mais nous en avions convenue que de 10 il n'y a pas eu changement dans le contrat

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 20:53

*spok à mort*
*finit ses calamars à spok*
je ne posterais rien tant que je n'aurais pas les dix autres   

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 21:13

cela s'appel du chantage canard

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 21:43

mais non !   

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 1 Avr - 21:53

si un peu quand même ^^ mais on verra perso même si ils sont plutôt bien fait je peut m'en passer de tes dessins canard

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mer 2 Avr - 18:55

Il est super !

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mer 2 Avr - 19:00

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 17 Juin - 14:49

NEWS 8D
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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 17 Juin - 15:17

j'ai une préférence pour les 2è mais les 3 sont bien

très jolie canard

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 17 Juin - 21:27

MAGNIFIQUE, Polli !!  happy happy happy 
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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mar 17 Juin - 23:29

elle va prendre la grosse tête mais dada a raison ^^

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 23 Juin - 11:47

C'est très joli ! :)
J'aime beaucoup la 1 aussi, mais elles sont toutes top !

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Lun 23 Juin - 16:29

perso je trouve le personnage du 1 est un peu trop "carré" par rapport au 2 autres

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mer 25 Juin - 22:00

Ah, c'est possible ^^ Mais j'aime bien quand même :)

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Mer 25 Juin - 22:33

yep mais même et puis faut lui trouver des défauts sinon elle va attraper encore plus la grosse tête

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Jeu 26 Juin - 22:01

Le seul à avoir la grosse tête, c'est toi, Sib ~~

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Jeu 26 Juin - 22:55

mouai c'est ça

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 16:26

Sisi ~~
Mon topic est quatre-sept fois plus grand que la plupart :p

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 18:50

et?

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 19:00

Ce qui prouve ma supériorité

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 19:11

non

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 19:39

Si

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MessageSujet: Re: [graphisme] Au coin perdu, à l'abattoir ♫   Sam 28 Juin - 19:47

rêve

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