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Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by Tercel_driver, Feb 14, 2004.
Your drawing ain't too bad imo. keep it up !
A small drawing I did on this Tuesday - in like ... 15 mins.
Made this for my gf
Some of my drawings over the last couple of months.
One of the old drawings I made with graphite pencils and some other stuff... Glad if you like it.
(Y' know who the model is don't you )
A little context, I've been thinking up a series of machines with a back story.
That story is a sci-fi bonanza thought up by a bored 17 year old but whatever...
The year 2030 saw the beginning of Project Zenith, a utopia on a distant world. For about a century the land was peaceful, until the dividing of the perfect world brought on diplomatic tensions which escalated when the president of Zenith's Organisation for the Even Distribution Of Land (ZOEDOL) was assassinated by a Belkonan sniper.
This tension became war between the major territories (Belkona, United Lands of Estonalle, Warmut and Lycham). The war lasted 12 years, with each nation forced into financial debt.
This is where I begin the story with machines.
The first sketch is of De Maxion's post war ship. During the war De Maxion produced military air craft, but afterwards they turned their attention to providing their home territory of Belkona with cheap, utilitarian transport. The De Maxion brothers, Louis and Raphael, introduced the DM024, their 24th craft, for commercial sale in 2150. It was a huge sales hit with people loving the 2 seat layout, uncommon in this low cost category, and the efficiency of the machine meaning the fuel costs were very low.
This version here is Raphael De Maxion's personal racing version, he has named it Danielle after his sister who flew for the Belkona air force in the great war, using the engines from the DM14 bomber giving a top speed of 517.474 mph, with the possibility of 985 mph if a canopy is fitted.
Of course he would.
Let's get some more views of the aircraft.
Hey... Actually yeah that's a lame joke now. old habits and all.
I'll see what I can do for a few more views.
Did a quick, scratchy top view (need to work on perspective. Will probably happen in year 0 at University) of it.
Original was on right with some small notes, left is adjusted.
Another black and white portrait of a young Japanese actress worked on with graphite pencils along with a couple of propelling pencils, the details(especially the beads and the shading at the neck part) look a little bit sloppy - but I tried my utmost so as to get the work done.
Well, this is my first attempt at a phone schematic sort of thing. Yes, I am well aware that Nokia is no longer making phones, as the new ones are all Microsoft Lumias now. The new Microsoft logo printed on the back is just so oddly oriented, so I went with the Nokia marque.
Really nice looking phone, I would probably buy it myself if it was on the market.
Another small portrait of a young Japanese girl I finished just yesterday. Tried to draw the texture of the hair better but this time winded up running out of patience as well.
Drew these about 2 years ago. The rose was for a girl I'd give my whole world for.
Well, I didn't think these would be classified as cars per se, so I decided to post them here instead. Just four futuristic looking spaceships/race pods increasing in specs from top to bottom.
wipEout Lameonade edition anybody?
This is more of a technical drawing but I think it would look nice in a frame
It's gears for an orrery, a model of the terrestrial planets of the solar system.
I don't think I've drawn anything other than a few Snapchats since 10th grade art class or so. But here's a space corgi.
School in a doodle.
Please tell me that's who I think it is
I did that while looking at Google images of it BTW. No way would I draw anything like that off my head.
He's definitely the best character in the history of everything ever
The one and only space corgi!
Another pencil portrait of a young girl I did like half a year ago already.
My last collab project with the mural team. I worked on the mosaics.
Don't ask me how my drawing skills improved so quickly, because I honestly do not know.
First propper attempt at a digital piece.
Eheh, thanks, mate.
How amazing! I see you're way better than me in drawing the hightlights of the hair(contrast of the light reflected on the hair) which I still suck so much.