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Transformed Kyle | 5 by iKYLE Transformed Kyle | 5 by iKYLE
A theme of foods, ain't it?

Take a note from being a burger: I enjoy cooking fresh food. I love being able to make something how I like it and enjoy it the way I do. That's what this one is supposed to be.

You can see me, at a different point in time, after being whisked up in my bowl with all the pancake ingredients mixed within me and a big spoonful into a very warm pan, I sizzle and cook to perfection aside a strip of bacon and a link of sausage (I know it looks terrible, shut up). The warmth is so nice, I close my eyes and stick my tongue out! Haha, who knew the heat felt so good! I'll need someone to flip me and wash my bowl now though... I don't think these things through! :lol:

This came from one early morning before school. I wanted to cook something instead of pulling something out of a box. I found a package of bacon in the fridge and decided to make some with some eggs. I like my bacon not so crispy, so a bit wiggly, so to speak. After that, I loved it! I then moved onto making pancakes, and they taste so good (until I have them multiple days in a row).

The only part of this I found tedious was the bacon. I may have brought myself into that, but still, why does bacon scrunch up so tight sometimes?
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:iconatb1996:
I'll flip you
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iKYLE Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That would be nice. ^^
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:iconatb1996:
:D

(flips you)
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iKYLE Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
[Muffled] Yay!
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:iconbogm0nst3r:
hmm... I wanna taste you now.
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iKYLE Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Let's see how that works out!
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:iconderpdragon71:
Believe it or not, I have never tried drawing bacon. And delicious as it is, I don't think I ever will.
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iKYLE Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's easy if you're drawing it simple. All you do is squiggle in nice smooth pattern twice, and connect them by a straight line. If you do what I did and use a Line/Curve tool to give them color, you'll be there for a while.
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