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Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by Tercel_driver, Feb 14, 2004.
That's exactly how it's done
First sketch for a dragon thingy creature. Basic body shape, shadows and lighting. Legs are placeholders until I've found a nice shape for them.
Edit: Decided to give the dragon paws instead of claws. And a head that is more rodent than reptile... A bit of a hybrid this.
Edit 2: In color! It went from a snake-dragon to a kitten-dragon
Friend showed me scratchboard drawings back in Sept 2014. Startedit, put it aside (practically put it away) for years, forgot about it due to school, progressively lost interest, but then forced myself to finish it eventually.
A lot is left to be desired as it lacks a focal point of lighting. I should probably going over with with some powdered charcoal or conte to darken up background elements to increase depth. Y'know, cheat a little.
Picked up a pen again for the first time in years and got myself some alcohol markers. First attempt...
Green Goblin Lineart by Dan B, on Flickr
Green Goblin illustration by Dan B, on Flickr
A quick bird sketch.
A fox drawn in the same style (and colours) as above.
Next in the series of sketches of animals in awkward poses: Jumping moose
Time to bring back this thread
Here is an architectural drawing as a part of a project I'm working on. It's the ground floor of a modernist villa based on a sketch from the 1970's that I stumbled upon.
AutoCad. The car was drawn in Illustrator and then imported.
Nice. Is this intended to be built? Any 3d images?
I need to make a comeback so you're not the only one posting here.
I started on a 3d model in Blender, but realised that I needed a floor plan first.
In the long run it might be built one day, but for now it’s mostly an exercise in designing a construction.
Spitfire I drew last month and the Mustang about 2 years ago.