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Rossie
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Posted -  29/12/2007  :  16:34
As there seems to be quite a bit of artistic talent around here, I thought I would start a pencil sketch section .....


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Another
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 07:20
I like it a lot. Nice one Conor. Nolic


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conty
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 08:03
thanks stanley and nolic. ive got a few commissions here to do, so i should really pic one of those to do but i dont think i can face doing another dog just yet.
 so i think someone else just might jump the Q with her commission of jon bon jovi. i really enjoyed drawing will smith and it was done in a week. just goes to show the difference it makes when you want to do something and i  prefer to draw faces. so the 3 or 4 dogs that are waiting to be done will have to wait a bit longer. sshhhhhh


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moh
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 09:16
Gosh - you are so talented.  Congratulations on the award - you must be so proud.


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Stanley
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 17:41
We'll have to start calling him Golden Boy.


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conty
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 20:42
nah it wont matter what i win, im still me, i wont change

had my first lesson in business today. (now i am trying to do this on my own) went to get the drawing framed, he priced £84 but the frame was amazing. but hhuuummmm is it £84 pound amazing? my wallet said no. so i went and got a frame for a 10 er and a mount for £3.25 and hey presto the drawing looks great. i will post a picture of it hung in my bedroom in a minute but i am really pleased as i saved so much money. and it looks good too


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conty
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Posted - 15/07/2010 : 20:52
here it is, i reacon it looks good for £13 quid



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Stanley
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Posted - 16/07/2010 : 08:23
Talk about eye candy....  (and I don't mean the pic!) Mind you, I don't suppose I am qualified to judge.

As for the framing, good lad! It's another string to your bow.


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moh
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Posted - 16/07/2010 : 11:42
Looks well !!!!!!!


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Cathy
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4249 Posts
Posted - 16/07/2010 : 13:13
Doesn't he.... oh erm, yes, the picture, looks great.  Wink


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Another
Traycle Mine Overseer


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Posted - 16/07/2010 : 14:48
If that's a genuine Fender Strat on your wall I'd be using thicker string!! Nolic


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Stanley
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Posted - 16/07/2010 : 16:53
Trust you Comrade! Oh God, he'll be starting a band next and shooting straight to stardom. We can always say we knew him when he was a lad.


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conty
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Posted - 16/07/2010 : 19:30
haha behave yourselves!

i love my guitars, the one on the wall was my first one so it was just a cheap one in case i didnt like it. but i love it and i play all the time. i was in a band and i was the lead singer and rythem player but other things got in the way and gave it up. but i still pick up one of my guitars everyday, im surprised i havent mentioned it before.
i have a lovely acoustic guitar with a lovely tone. a gibson eppiphone les paul and my best one is a collectors fender jazz master one of the originals made in japan, but i got that one from a collecter who wanted me to have it. so ive been very lucky


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Stanley
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Posted - 17/07/2010 : 06:50
No fun in best behaviour Conor. Lovely watching you progress, it gives the older end a lot of pleasure. We hear far too much about kids off the rails and not enough from the good majority like you. Onward and upwards!


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moh
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Posted - 17/07/2010 : 10:19
Agreed


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Bradders
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1880 Posts
Posted - 17/07/2010 : 11:49
Look out Conor...Guitars can be addictive. I recently took the decision to "thin out"  my accumulated ragbag assortment  (I couldn't call it a collection)...and I'm now down to EIGHT and a Half . Some Old Friends had to go and I actually found it quite  hard to do. It wont stop me " falling for"  others in the future, though....I'm Hooked  !

Edited by - Bradders on 17/07/2010 11:50:19 AM


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