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my first mach 1 doodle
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i was sitting here tonight a bit bored...Havent drew for a while..So i popped up some pics on my desktop and sat back and chicken scratched this out tonight...I think i mite break out the old rulers and take some serious time drawing one now...lol...Didnt finish it yet...That damn grill is a pain in the arse to draw...lol..plus sence it was just office paper with crap print on it allready...i didnt want to put too much work into it...lol
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hyena429;65482 Wrote:i was sitting here tonight a bit bored...Havent drew for a while..So i popped up some pics on my desktop and sat back and chicken scratched this out tonight...I think i mite break out the old rulers and take some serious time drawing one now...lol...Didnt finish it yet...That damn grill is a pain in the arse to draw...lol..plus sence it was just office paper with crap print on it allready...i didnt want to put too much work into it...lol

You've got some talent there!

Brett
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Thanks man!! I cheesed in a grill before bed...lol
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Wrong year Tongue JK nice work for taking a long break, I have not picked anything art wise up since schoolConfused and thats been a while
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#5
That's really good. I could not draw anything anyone could recognize if my life depended on it!

The only thing I actually picked up in arts class was my (extremely hot, young female) teacher! :-)
I did learn a few things though. ;-)

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Flatback72;65484 Wrote:
hyena429;65482 Wrote:i was sitting here tonight a bit bored...Havent drew for a while..So i popped up some pics on my desktop and sat back and chicken scratched this out tonight...I think i mite break out the old rulers and take some serious time drawing one now...lol...Didnt finish it yet...That damn grill is a pain in the arse to draw...lol..plus sence it was just office paper with crap print on it allready...i didnt want to put too much work into it...lol

You've got some talent there!

+1! I can't even draw stick figure people let alone a stick car. Tongue

Doc

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#7
Nice! I've been meaning to scribble something out, but always never have time. I've got a ton of sketches of my '82 from when I first bought it, showing things I wanted to do to it (way, WAY before Photoshop)... looks like it might be time to start doing the same with my '71.

You've got a great drawing going there - office print or not, you could lay some better paper over it on a piece of glass with a light source underneath (poor man's light table) and transfer it to the nicer paper so you can fine tune it.

Nice job and very inspiring - thanks for sharing!

Eric

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Mister 4x4;65514 Wrote:Nice! I've been meaning to scribble something out, but always never have time. I've got a ton of sketches of my '82 from when I first bought it, showing things I wanted to do to it (way, WAY before Photoshop)... looks like it might be time to start doing the same with my '71.

You've got a great drawing going there - office print or not, you could lay some better paper over it on a piece of glass with a light source underneath (poor man's light table) and transfer it to the nicer paper so you can fine tune it.

Nice job and very inspiring - thanks for sharing!

Thanks everyone....And im the same way mister 4x4..I got "some" talent..But i rarely draw...My girlfreind made me draw her a sunflower..lmao...So i did...and did a good job for her...And kinda got me back into doodling again...lol....I thought about drawing our mustangs for a while....never did till now...a boring night can change things huh? ..hehe....Suck thou..I need to go too the store...Im using a pencil with no eraser and a pocket knife too sharpen it...hehe
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I lost track of my drawing pencils/pens at some point - I put them in a nice DIN stereo detachable-face case, so I could carry them with me when I would go on a business trip or something. Never did use them on the trip because it's too easy to just surf the net or go drinkin' with friends. I know they're at home... just a matter of figuring out which box in the garage they're living in.

I did a LOT of architectural drafting in high school (placed 3rd in national competition as well), wanting to pursue a career but needed money for college - so I joined the Air Force... and they had other plans for me. My drawing pencils & pens are fairly nice drafting pencils and pens I've had since high school (they're almost 30 years old now), and while it really shouldn't matter what pencils, pens, erasers, brushes, etc., are used to draw with - it actually does, and can actually affect the outcome.

So now, I'm trying to find 'em so I can start scribblin' too.

'Sunflower,' wow - you're a better man than I. Big Grin I joined a local art club on a friend's advice, competed in one of their contests, won an Honorable Mention for my eagle portrait in pencil (nicest thing I've ever drawn to date), and quickly discovered why I've never been interested in art clubs before: the old bitties in the club were biased toward acryllic or watercolor paintings of local flora & fauna - ink, pencil, charcoal, etc., were looked down on, as are anything that's not somehow 'Texas' themed. And don't even try to mention computer imagery or enhancement. Yeah... I didn't last long there. Rolleyes

Eric

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Mister 4x4;65545 Wrote:I lost track of my drawing pencils/pens at some point - I put them in a nice DIN stereo detachable-face case, so I could carry them with me when I would go on a business trip or something. Never did use them on the trip because it's too easy to just surf the net or go drinkin' with friends. I know they're at home... just a matter of figuring out which box in the garage they're living in.

I did a LOT of architectural drafting in high school (placed 3rd in national competition as well), wanting to pursue a career but needed money for college - so I joined the Air Force... and they had other plans for me. My drawing pencils & pens are fairly nice drafting pencils and pens I've had since high school (they're almost 30 years old now), and while it really shouldn't matter what pencils, pens, erasers, brushes, etc., are used to draw with - it actually does, and can actually affect the outcome.

So now, I'm trying to find 'em so I can start scribblin' too.

'Sunflower,' wow - you're a better man than I. Big Grin I joined a local art club on a friend's advice, competed in one of their contests, won an Honorable Mention for my eagle portrait in pencil (nicest thing I've ever drawn to date), and quickly discovered why I've never been interested in art clubs before: the old bitties in the club were biased toward acryllic or watercolor paintings of local flora & fauna - ink, pencil, charcoal, etc., were looked down on, as are anything that's not somehow 'Texas' themed. And don't even try to mention computer imagery or enhancement. Yeah... I didn't last long there. Rolleyes

awww sounds like my dad!! hehe...he went to collage drafting too...But he ended up being drafted in vietnam right out of school..Wrong kinda drafting huh?..lol..He does alot of local art..buildings and such...big store windows around Christmas if they make it worth his while....He can do anything..lol..I feel like a slob compared too his stuff...lol..He gots a standing offer at the local art gallery too..But like most artist...He doesnt have time and plus he is a bit critical of his art..lol "like we all are" hehe

I got some of his old art stuff...old 1960's see threw triangles i need to break out..lol..i learned just from watching him... been in art class in high school..But it sucks when your better than your art teacher isSad...lmao...My school way too small for any compititions....My art teacher and history teacher would keep all my drawings from class...And show them year after year to new kids...Art is funny isnt it? You always wish you worked harder on it..lol..Yet slack on it..lol

ya i dont like flowers and such..Lmao..not my thing..I did draw a bear for her too...but thats atleast cool Wink...lol...Water color or oils never been my thing either....Same way here man..They get more notice than same one who uses pencil or chalk from art guru's....my dad paints a bit...but he mostly doodles on a pen on napkins in our local restraunts..And people scoop them up after he leaves and keep them...lol..One gal has a wall of them at home....He draws anything...Im still amazing how good he is....So many good artist are out there.. and never get their day in the light.
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