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Overview Edit

Death By Squeegee is one of Drawception's top users. His panels are mostly drawings.

Early Years 2012-2013 Edit

Death by Squeegee joined in June 2012.

In 2013, when a discussion arose in the forums about Draw First being free, Squeegee suggested that Draw First be free for supporters. Reed agreed and implemented this.

During his first two years, he played over 400 games averaging 23 XP per game.

2015-16 Edit

Death by Squeegee's style grew as he added more detail into his drawings, focusing more on backgrounds and lighting.

From January-June of 2015 he used transparent windows to trace 53 drawings, as stated in this forum post. Transparency is a known method for creating a cover, but is considered cheating when used in games.

He stopped using transparency and developed alternative methods for creating a seamless cover.

From July 2015 onward, Death by Squeegee became more famous if only for the amount of drawings he produced. He doubled his number of games from 600 to over 1200, averaging 53 XP per game.

 2016-present Edit

He now holds the 3rd place position on the leader board of all time.

In April 2017, Reed released the Fire and Ice palette which was originally suggested by Death by Squeegee.

Current Style and Preferences Edit

Death by Squeegee's current style begins with his use of the large and medium brush to get shapes right and then gradually adding details with the smallest brush.

He is known to be drawn to drawing with the Halloween and Fire and Ice palettes. Space, landscapes, fire and explosions are widely believed to be Death by Squeegee bait. Combine one of those themes with one of his favorite palettes and you have a good chance of capturing one of his panels in your game.

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