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11-24-2001, 06:42 PM
I sketched this in the late 70's, in pencil, but tinted in Photoshop somewhere down the road.
11-24-2001, 09:25 PM
Those eyes.... wow!
All of these you have shown were done in the 70's.. have you got any recent ones? If you were this good then, your recent ones are gonna be superb!
It might interest you to know (If you don't already), you can buy brown leads for mechanical pencils to draw with. :)
11-24-2001, 10:26 PM
(Am I blushing?)
I don't know how to take a compliment... I guess...:)
Thank you Sherville, you're going to make my head so big it won't fit my hats! :D
I hate to say this, but I rarely draw anymore, but I am trying to get back on track.
(I do 'some' digital painting though)
I am going to be rusty, to say the least.
Thank God I found this place, I cannot believe the people here, everyone is so helpful. Not just that, but they are so talented also, so far, I have been lurking, and wanting to post replies, but have tried to keep 'em to myself as much as I can, for right now anyway. I feel as though I know most of the regulars already. I have spent the last 3 days going to their websites and reading and looking at everyone's artwork.
This is the most fun I have had in a long time!
I guess one could say I am addicted to WC.
No, I didn't know about the colored leads in mechanical pencils, please feel free to add any more suggestions, as I have been out of the loop
for so long.
(I was going to buy some lead and a mechanical pencil next week, as a matter of fact, thank you)
If you, or anybody has any suggestions for me, help this guy out, I will need it.
Thank you again for the WOW! That made my day!
And WOW from me too Randy! Those eyes are just gorgeous!
I really hope that you do get back into drawing regularly.
You've come to the right place for encouragement and inspiration:)
11-27-2001, 10:50 AM
Nice picture, good job
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