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What Do You Like To Draw?

What type of art do you do? (i.e. painting, sculpting, pastels, graphite, charcoal etc.) What do you like to draw? (i.e. landscapes, animals, people etc.) 

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I love drawing charcoal portraits (usually singers and guitarists), psychedelic drawings with sharpies and color pencils and making some acrylic painting (a kind of psychedelic landscapes (for the moment).

whully1 year ago

Faces, people

I like to draw a car design..

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hanryjames1 year ago

I used to draw monsters using color pencils, and also i have guts to use some oil colors as well....

I used to draw cars using coloured pencils, liquid ink pens and markers , I then started doing electronic circuits as a hobby and stopped drawing for three years+ and about a month ago I started to draw Manga style drawings using sketch pencils and a liquid ink pen (sometimes) on the side.

If you want to see some of them, just ask. :)

almulopez1 year ago

I like to draw in my notebook with markers and occasionally on canvas with acrylic paint

As far as media are concerned, either drawing using oil pastels, chalk, charcoal, crayons, or colored pencils, or painting using watercolors, primarily, although I'm open to anything within reason, for traditional, or digital drawing, painting, vectoring, or 3D modeling, and as far as subject, it depends on mood or thought mainly.

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