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Ship - from Lost Ocean

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So here's a ship I did from Lost Ocean.  My usual Cra-Z Art colored pencils (72 count) (because twistables has a horrible selection of blue).  If you look REALLY closely you'll see that I'm not in the lines sometimes in the small places.  Which became more or less an artistic choice.  

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I posted the skull that was on the opposite page in the new coloring club.  

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