I need some website suggestions for drawing for a project that includes online.
Asked by ShiaLabeouf 1 year ago
Hi.. I recently published my first Instructable.. All pictures appear fine in the online version but when I download the pdf all of the hand drawn plans ( done by me ) do not get included in the pdf? All the other pics make it no problem... Am I missing something basic.. here? Attached is an example of one of the pictures that doesn't get included The Instructable is "My wooden boat story" Thanks for anybody who can assist.. cheers
Posted by msil3070 5 years ago
FREE graffiti drawings, yes, I said it :-P Anyway, I like drawing gaffiti so I decided that I will do it for people, below I have pictured some graffiti's I have done for DJ Radio and Kiteman. If you want one, just comment below and I will put you on the list :-)
Posted by Hiyadudez 8 years ago
a red eared slider is the exact turtle im tryin to draw so thx
Asked by I LIKE TURTLES 6 years ago
Hello everyone. I am involved in the development of a new MMORpg based around the Steampunk genre and we are looking for concept art to base our 3d model on. If anyone is interested in the Steampunk genre and working on an amatuer video game I would love to hear from you and see some of your work. Thanks!
Posted by ShadeStride 5 years ago
For the holiday season this year, I plan to give away personalized drawings of an item the recipient loves. The only problem is that I have no idea on how to wrap them. I would really appreciate it if someone has any ideas or suggestions on this matter. Thanks -Tqwerty
Asked by tqwerty 6 years ago
Well, the second semester is pretty much over and I'm getting hit hard with last second work so I figured I would put these up now for some input. If you didn't see my first semester drawings please do, but if you did you know that my company that I band all these designs to is called Veloci. Veloci is the name of the car company I would own someday in the very far future. If you like what I drew and are going to make one of these, tell me. I don't really care if you do make one but I would like to see how it would look in real life or scale size. As far as the cars here I designed: A pickup truck designed like a Bugatti Veyron, Dboye82 's H-pulse concept, Ford Focus ZX3 with Lambourghini styling, a semi-truck, and my company's first golf cart! Please tell me what you think of my cars and if you have any suggestions for cars feel free to comment. I always like new/unique ideas.
Posted by JonnyBGood 4 years ago
Hi my name is juan I am 16 and art is what I do. I can make rustic wood furniture draw even make costumes. This is my first pyrography drawing and my first post. Please tell me what you all think and if you guys ever want an instuctable on anything just ask(I have allot of free time) please comment!
Posted by juan sanchez 6 years ago
Hello! Every school semester there is some downtime when I just draw cars. I don't have my normal critics this year because I am at college now so I figured I would see what the instructable community thinks of my cars. If you like aerodynamics and fast looking cars you should like my style. Also as you can tell I made up a car company to put all my cars under called Veloci. If I do have that car company in the future that's what it would be called. Anyway more to the point let me know what you like or don't like about any of these and I will try making a better batch this semester! Thanks! JonnyBGood [Please note not all of these cars are finished drawings! Some I just ran out of the inspirational drive to finish them.]
Posted by JonnyBGood 5 years ago
The Instructables robot, the beloved mascot of Instructables.com has become a symbol of DIY for some, who wish to express their love of making and their appreciation of instructables through it.These are the many faces of the instructables robot, created by instructable members themselves.
Posted by Keith-Kid 9 years ago
I have a stock of large sheets of translucent mylar that I want to use as tracing medium. The trouble is that I got them from an engineering shop, so they have plans printed on them. I've had some success "erasing" the drawings using either alcohol hand sanitizer or acetone, but both require some elbow grease and some kind of abrasive, which leaves the surface mottled. Is there a solvent that will dissolve the ink and leave the surface of the mylar more-or-less undamaged? My research suggests that the ink was laid down by an inkjet printer, though I can't be entirely certain.
Asked by yoyology 5 years ago
Technical hand drawing for jewelry
Asked by jimenab 8 years ago
I wanna draw a hole on my wall but i dont know how to
Asked by RickyF 5 years ago
I want to make a drawing board, but I don't know how. Where can I find an instruction on how to make a (professional) drawing board.
Asked by DaTomassinoInc 8 years ago
Is there any way with which I can draw something with a ruler and pencil
Is there any drawing software used to draw circles of any size? Coz for one project I need to make a templet of 4cm radius circle and inside the circle i need to evenly distribute 22 holes with size 2mm?
Asked by Rohitrai 8 years ago
Asked by williamronaldo 5 years ago
Can drawing tablets from walmartvhook up to a regulwr samsung tablet?
Asked by AmayiaR 4 months ago
I just wanted to submit a link to this awesome guide I found for drawing anthro's. It's really great and it's also long and detailed (I printed it and it took 102 pages). In the process of teaching you how to draw anthro's it also has great drawing guides and tips for drawing anything - including humans and animals. So, for anyone interested - here's the link: http://hippie.nu/~unicorn/tut/xhtml/
Posted by LoneWolf 7 years ago
For some of the contests, there will be a drawing of the Instructables Robot involved with the theme of the contest. Right now, the Fitness and Watersports contests have a drawing of the robot. They are awesome drawings, and I was wondering who did them? Thanks!
Asked by splazem 6 years ago
Paul Alexander Thornton shows off his skills with this lovely video of the creation of a skull drawing. He only used black and red ballpoint pens and the drawing was done over the course of two days. Paul Alexander Thornton via Wooster Collective
Posted by fungus amungus 7 years ago