Anyone make any awesome-looking Easter Eggs?

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12 Apr 2009, 11:04 am

Here's my best one:


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I have currently renewed my obsession with Black Holes. They are just so amazing! :D


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12 Apr 2009, 1:03 pm

Aww, nobody likes the Black Hole I drew?

Ehh, that's understandable. How well can one do with a broken crayon and an egg? :shrug:


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12 Apr 2009, 7:10 pm

I think the egg looks quite intriguing.... the best I did was to dye the egg yellow and then drip some blue food coloring on it so that the color would follow the cracks in the shell. It was actually fun to watch the color spread!

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I actually made the cracks in the shell with the intent of later having a very colorful egg salad.


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13 Apr 2009, 11:18 am

I drew random lines. My mom was like what was that. I am like I am just being creative my sister says well you get a e for effort. I did make some two colored and one with a paw print.


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13 Apr 2009, 12:39 pm

As a young child I used to live in a region of our country where there was a custom that Easter eggs were pulled out of their shells and taken to church in this form. Not very hygienic if you want to know my opinion. :roll:

One of the funniest moments of some very popular novel series for teenage girls from my country is when Bobcio, a little boy of 6, shows his mom Easter eggs he painted. The finest of them presented Hitler’s portrait. :lol:



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13 Apr 2009, 4:34 pm

I like your drawings :) so geeky!

But I can't feel the same about Easter, since I don't celebrate it.

The nearest I've been looking for Easter eggs was on Animal Crossing City Folk.