Any Artists Here?

Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by aidan8500, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. aidan8500

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    Any artists here on gtp?

    if so show of your best work here

    here some of mine

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    and add me on devientart if your on it
     
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  2. Omnis

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    Painted this back in high school for a "Teachers Create Hunger For Learning" themed McDonald's poster campaign.

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  3. zedextreme8177

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    I usually draw on paper.

    This was my third attempt at drawing something on MS Paint:dopey:


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  4. GT_Prologue5

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    That is awesome.

    I would buy that off of you if I could I mean..,just think if that was hung on your wall.
     
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  5. W3HS

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    I used to paint walls with spray paint in London, Paris and other cities in Europe, legal walls of course. I don't have any pics because it was a long time ago and most of them were on an old phone.
    I referred to myself as a writer rather than an artist. I don't mean I was running across roof tops bombing railway bridges in 10 minutes in the dead of night as some of my associates were, I painted well planned murals and slogans which took hours.
    I went by many names, the first was 'vent' which then changed to 'azil'; my ex girlfriend's name backward. When I came to the end of my writing days I used the letters 'ops' which didn't really have a meaning, the letters just worked really well together.
    If I can find any sketches I'll edit them into this post.
     
  6. Ru-fus

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    Have a few myself, will post when I get home, haven't done any drawing, painting etc in a long time however so it'll be old stuff i'll upload

    @Aidan - that last shot of Lance Armstrong is great, drawing humans & animals was always my weak point with art, anything else wasn't a problem.
     
  7. Cano

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    I’ve been drawing for most of my life but, obviously, my specialty is cars. About 8 years ago I started to take it seriously and thanks to that got a job at the publishing company I work with now (also as photographer and editor). I made these for a yearly calendar for the rice mag we make, which consist of car-toons of the 12 cover cars of the entire previous year. Pencil sketched, inked with ballpen, then Photoshop.

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    And these are just sketches to kill some free time… at work. Pen or pencil.

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  8. Dan_

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    Cano, your work is totally awesome.
     
  9. MarinaDiamandis

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    I would buy this. It's awesome.
     
  10. Cano

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    Many thanks man. I’ve been meaning to get more of my work online but I don’t have the time right now to pull it off. I’ll try to edit and put up a few more of the pictures I have already scanned.
     
  11. aidan8500

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    thats all kinds of great
    pretty dam good for MS paint
    Sounds cool, do you do any art now?
    if you find any please add them here
    thanks so much, just takes practice i guess
    these are amazing, i use to try and draw tooncars back in my youth, never came out to good
    thanks so much, thats my GF
    make me an offer, its for sale
     
  12. Frostyboys

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    I drew this back in 5th grade (6th grade here)
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    is it bad
     
  13. XxOnLySBz4mExX

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    @Cano, I love your art, especially this one.
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  14. AOS-

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    [​IMG] - Joystick Front Panel.

    [​IMG] - 6 ft. tall Death Scissors crafted from Sheet Metal and Steel tubes.

    [​IMG] - Promo Poster for my High School's Muscial that took place 3 years ago.

    [​IMG] - Ibuki 3-colour Drawing. Was practicing this style for my Joy'stick front panel, but I went with Trish and Dante instead.

    i've got plenty more, but why post them all?

    http://destryker17.deviantart.com/gallery/
     
  15. 1241Penguin

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    Looks like Mystical Space Typhoon from Yu-Gi-Oh!
     
  16. Ru-fus

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    some of mine, sorry for the bad pic quality but these are a few years old taken with a camera phone


    all i used for these was standard black gloss paint, each one took about 5/6 hours to do and to give you an idea on sizes (h x w), note - these are rough estimates as they were done in my old house which I no longer live in.

    Punisher skull + gun: 3ft x 3.5ft
    Girl + Gun: 1.5ft x 4ft
    Evil Clown: 4ft x 3ft

    so yeah they are kinda big

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    P1300096 by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    and some other pencil drawings

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    Groundwing by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    Evil clown by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    Car logo's by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    Bulldog by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    Boxer by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    American Muscle by Rio_Com, on Flickr
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    ahy45 by Rio_Com, on Flickr

    don't think I've really done any new drawings since about 2006, have loads more lying about but no pics of them
     
  17. Fyshokid

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    I'm not really much of an artist, but I guess I'll post this here anyways. Just a little something I whipped up yesterday when I got kinda bored. I added in the colors after I scanned it in:

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  18. AOS-

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    May I ask that you guys don't quote the images...it makes everyone load more images than we need... just kill the IMG codes and leave the URL at the very least please.
     
  19. MoLiEG

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    @ Cano:

    Those are some wondefull drawings bro! ;)... may I ask the magazine's name, please? :) (I think I've seen them in a mag here in México... but I can't remember which one...)

    BTW...Does images edited with PS count as art??? :confused:

    Cuz I have some pics here... all were made by me :D

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    Cheers! :)
     
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  20. Cano

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    Yeah bud, the name's Maxi Tuning Mexico, I'm sure you've seen it. We've been around for some years now. I also work for Automovil Panamericano, but I mainly do photomanipulation for them, not drawings per sé.


    And thanks everyone else for the kind comments on my work; AOS, that promo poster is awesome, very vivid!
     
  21. MoLiEG

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    Yeah! That one!!! Can't believe I could not remember it... :) Good Magazine for sure ;)
     
  22. Cano

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    meeeh... so so.. we try, but I really think that the mag needs serious renovation already. Unfortunately, I'm just an external collaborator right now, so I can't really too much about it.

    Meanwhile, here are some more sketches I've done in ballpen in my freetime.

    First is a 1955 Chevy done gasser style, with a scoop flamed to match the body aand goofy-bbig slicks.
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    Then, a very track-inspired Mini with full cage, turbo engine and stupid camber:
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    No, it's not the first 55 Chevy, but yet ANOTHER 55 Chevy, this time in full smokey burnout with some mean guy inside:
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    No, not everything are cartoon cars with me, I can also draw realistic, like in this HEMI-powered Model A, cokplete with foxtail:
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    Or this 1970 Coronet done pro-touring style, I'd love to own something like this:
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    It's importat that you all know that these cars are made by memory, no reference pictures whatsoever have been used in the making of the sketches (the calendar cartoons don't count, they were obviously made with reference pictures, they exist, duh), with the exception of the Super Bee in previous page.

    More to come.
     
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  23. sher_da_putt

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    My art GCSE mock final piece

    This is from the GT5 intro

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    And my GCSE final piece, this again is in GT5, I took a picture in photomode

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    GT5 has proved handy for getting great pictures for models
     
  24. MarinaDiamandis

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    That is such an awesome idea. Hope you get a stupid good grade for it!
     
  25. NINE_HUNDRED

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    That F40 looks brilliant buddy :tup: So does everything in this thread to be fair.. Keep it up guys.
     
  26. Cano

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    Wow, those two are plenty awesome!!! acrylic?
     
  27. AOS-

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    Been developing a character for a bit now. Still missing something big.

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    At first he's supposed to be a Magician of a Lost Art who wields a weapon that can transform between a sword and a trident.
    Now it looks more like a Self-trained Swordsman who is the last practitioner of a Lost Art, only capable of casting a few spells carried down through generations.

    I think his attire need more graphical elements to make that presence of a dying culture really show. I was thinking about having a tessellating pattern on the back side of the assymetrical cape, and a few lines on the shirt and pants like the cape.
     
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  28. MatskiMonk

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    Well, it probably doesn't 'work' so well on screen, but I'm quite proud of it... it looks mostly like a doodle, people who see it tend to stare for a while, and then ask obvious questions, such as 'what is it?' or 'what's that bit?'..

    Actual size is A2, It's black Ink pen (Rotring 0.18mm), then had it scanned as a full size TIFF.

    Took 3 years on and off.

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    This bit is actual size of small part of it...

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  29. Apok

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    That is INSANELY good! 3 years?
    I love it! I love pictures where you can just look at it forever and always find something new.

    Awesome work. :tup:
     
  30. AOS-

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    I did a drawing similar to that where I just doodled whatever came to mind, but I did it all in one sitting. I can't do stuff on and off.

    It was on a large piece of paper roughly 30" x 20" done with a willow charcoal stick.