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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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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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