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post #21 of Old 09-03-2015, 09:15 PM
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Wonderful piece.



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So lovely :3


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I'm totally digging that elephant, i would want that hanging up in my house! :O so beautiful!
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post #24 of Old 09-12-2015, 01:03 PM
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So it's possible to do do such drawings with just a pencil? Hehehe....my drawings look like dogpoop in comparison, but knowing that such a thing is possible makes me really eager to work even harder to imrpove my own art...You could say i am all fired up now. I am gonna make even better art.
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Yes you can do it. Drawing is much like learning to play the guitar. Every time you get a chance, put the pencil to paper. Good guitarists carry their instrument with them and play it every time they get the chance. Over time, you will get better.
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Your drawings are awesome! The Triumph engine is mindblowing... What format of paper do you use? A4, A3?
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Your drawings are awesome! The Triumph engine is mindblowing... What format of paper do you use? A4, A3?
Most, like the Triumph are 14" x 17" Strathmore 300 Series Bristol board. I also do a few larger pieces at 18" x 24".
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This is Acey and May. These are rescued dogs just lounging around on the couch. I drew this several years ago for a customer in Chicago.
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Some detail on a Harley I drew a couple years ago.
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I drew this from a photo taken behind my home on the bayou. It sold at auction to benefit a wildlife conservation group.
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