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Discussion in 'Staging Area' started by Munishin, May 25, 2012.
@FinalieCounter; your work is pretty awesome there
Here are me knives
Did you make them?.........
Yes, I've been doing it for a few years.
Just finished this one! A much better version than the one I posted earlier!
Is that a para cord handle?
I do a couple types of Media. one is drawing the other is building. I do not have any of my drawings at the moment but here is a couple things I have built.
this was mostly a kit but the paintjob was all me the helmet is a Master replicas with my paint work.
I've mingled with graphic design here and there...
Comments? I know they're not watermarked, and I should probably start doing so, but feel free to do google searches. Anything I make forward will be watermarked...
I got a little bored on the plane.
This is what I hope my new loadout will end up looking like, plus my attempt at an M16... Well most of an M16 lol.
I'm really envious of the people that can sketch something quickly and it looks like something that would take me hours to do. Especially since I'm a perfectionist when it comes to my art and building. Seriously guys, great stuff.
Uh huh, one of my first attempts at it.
@Bman2 cool drawing, Ezio?
Got bored again lol. I'm trying to improve drawing people, constructive criticism welcome!
It's not bad...it kinda looks more like a doodle.
It kinda was. I wasn't really going for accuracy or anything.
Well it's not bad man. Just keep practicing.
Yea its pretty good. Keep it up and rolling
You got bored on an airplane and decided to draw guns and army men.....Best Idea Evar!!!!
Hellz yeah! you jelly?
If I may say so thatguy, you may try drawing your people more piece by piece. For example, the arms on the guy dropping the mortar round. See how they’re like really really long and circular almost? Try to draw each part of the arm as a separate cylinder, then erase the cylinder shapes and put the BDUs over that. Maybe that helps?
Most people (I’m probably the worst one!) try to make a masterpiece from the moment they stick the pencil on the paper. The thing is, drawings need to be seen as shapes (Ignore what you “know” the subject looks like and draw what you SEE) and drawn very simply, then build up from there. Still, practice makes perfect!!
Here's one I finished up just last night, I had some old yugioh cards and decided to draw the toon monsters (I think they look cool ) so here it is, I had to improvise on a few bits and pieces but it turned out really well and I'm happy about it