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Though there's no members at the moment I figured I'd go ahead and start a topic. In this one, just post pics or scans of some of your drawings. Here's three of mine:
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Its not the best sketch I have ever done but here is an old buddy of mine. I like to sketch like this an have a feeling that sometime in the future I might create a few ibles doing how to arts,, like the sneaky techniques to end up with photo realistic using tools like pantographs an camera lucida or the grid method,, not everyone wants to learn how to do measured drawings with there thumb.. To be fair I have wanted to create a youtube channel looking at sneaky art tips for a while so I have around 12 instructables in my head ready to make on this subject.
New to the forum and basically finding my way round but i thought i would share a few of my paintings with you :)
Here some of my paintings/drawings!
(acrylic paint / sharpies and color pencils / charcoal)
Cool portrait of Kieth Richards!
Glad I could help to motivate you. Keep on drawing, and painting, whatever, as long as it makes you happy. :)
Thanks! Glad you like it. This is one of my favorites drawings I've made. Thanks for the comment, this motivates me to keep drawing :) Keith Richards Rocks!
I'm 33 always liked drawing and am self thought. I hasent drawn in a few year and even then it was often, I use to draw a lot in my teens and early 20s then slowed down. But I'm starting to make time to draw again at 33, but I decided to challenge my self and start to copie more detailed and shaded drawings.
I still need to learn a lot but I'm happy with my progress.
What do you all think of my drawings and were do you think I could touch up in my skills?
I know my down falls. In these picture. Be good to see if I'm right. X
Beautiful. These are very detailed and expressive. Much better than anything I can do, so I can't say where you can "touch up". I would say just keep up the good work.
Exactly what I've been thinking lately. Too many hobbies, not enough time. I wish I could pick something and just devote all my time and energy to it until I get good at it. But I just automatically drift away and start something new.
Very good drawings, good technical skills.
This is an awsome comment. I am going to put it on a poster and put it up on the wall to remind myself to keep believing and never give up.
You spelled karma wrong. *Gets struck by lightning for being negative* Oops...
Drawing has never been one of my stronger skills, but I have been practicing. Here is a dragon head and a lizard, done in chalk pastel.
Killing some time looking at all of your beautiful work. I may not be able to draw myself (more of a design/manufacturing guy) but I'm at least gifted with the good sense to admire what I see. Figured I'd share some art that one of the guy's in my warehouse showed me. He was in a rock band with this guy. I don't get a lot of the symbolism but I can still admire the technique. His site's www.seth-styles.com - I have it bookmarked so I can get a little bit of a visual escape here and there.
You did an... OKAY job. I mean it's nothing outstanding... *Signs up for every art class available* You make me really want to touch up on my drawings. Great job!
these are either graphite charcoal or colored pencils, or all three.
Posted:Mar 2, 2010
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