My English teacher from ninth and tenth grade wanted me to draw her something and even though we got on each others' nerves like 24/7 I loyally drew her something anyway. This is probably the most limited-color piece I've ever done [excluding the stuff from pre-layer-coloring and the days when I only used my 24 Prismacolors and a handful of copics]... I counted up how many I used this morning, and it comes out to 21! Dayuuuum. The blue looks a little streaky on the right, which is obnoxious, but I got that look by coloring through the back of the paper with wide copic B34 and I couldn't actually see what I was doing so it could have been worse. Probably about 95% of this paper has YG91 on it, I had to refill that poor marker like 400 times to finish this. Enough rambling, it suffered for a good cause.
Materials: French Vanilla Bazill Basics textured scrapbook paper; Copic sketch, regular, and wide markers; Micron sepia inking pens; Prismacolor markers; Gelly Roll white gel pen.
Edit: A Daily Deviation?!?! WOW!! I never thought I'd get one of these at ALL, let alone before 18!! Thanks and !!!!!!!!!!!
I guess it depends on how you fish. Personally, I never hunt anything I don't intend to eat, but I've heard there are these magnetic clippy things you can use instead of a hook, and they don't do any damage (except spazzing out the fish, who probably don't enjoy catch-and-release very much).