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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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blokman
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Posted - 15/01/2009 : 09:08
Fabulous drawing, Conty, is it part of your A level course work??




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conty
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Posted - 15/01/2009 : 11:25
No im 15 blokman, i dont even sit my GCSE's untill next year. A levels are a long way off for me about 2 years i think. i am in year 10 at school. im pleased you like the drawing so far, thanks

edit oops just skipped a page, i will double check the name of the pencils for you when i get home tonight.

Edited by - conty on 15/01/2009 11:29:14


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moh
Silver Surfer


6860 Posts
Posted - 15/01/2009 : 14:27
Every time I see this topic I wonder whar has become of Rossie who began it.  She was a frequest poster.
Fab. drawing contyYay


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moh
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Posted - 15/01/2009 : 15:23
Every time I see this topic introduced by Rossie, I wonder what has become of her, she was a frequent poster.
Fab. drawing ContyYay


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conty
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Posted - 15/01/2009 : 20:08
the machanical pencils are graph gear 1000 by pental, i have hb leads in them in 4 different sizes 0.3  0.5  0.7 and 0.9 mum and dad got me a new drawing board today, cant wait to try it out.

EDIT thanks moh

Edited by - conty on 15/01/2009 20:10:03


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conty
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Posted - 17/02/2009 : 20:07
pencil drawing


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conty
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536 Posts
Posted - 17/02/2009 : 20:13
sorry about the photograph of my drawing, didnt come out as i wanted but i havent finished the drawing yet, this is just an update of the pencil drawing still in progress, things have been going really slow as ive been busy training (athletics) but im off school now for a week so i will try to get it finished, hope you like her


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TOM PHILLIPS
Steeplejerk


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Posted - 17/02/2009 : 20:43
Conty,cameras and scanners can be a bit unkind at times with artwork,i can tell the drawing would look much sharper in the flesh(so to speak,hehe),i like it ,well done..its about time i had another dabble,i got a load of new kit at xmas,haven't had it out of the box yet,i'll use an arty excuse and say i've had no insperation,hehe..


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blokman
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Posted - 17/02/2009 : 22:39
Tom, you wouldn't need an excuse in Bacup, I believe many of the locals are into nude modelling heheehh..


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conty
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Posted - 17/02/2009 : 22:58
thanks tom, i would like to see some of your art work, youll have to get those xmas pressi's out and have a dabble,  as for inspiration, i think a really good body, face or eyes, gets me going or anything thats beautiful, mind you i think an lod haggered face can be also beautiful, showing the lines of time and a life lived.

as for nude models!!!! pheww would mind living where you do!!!! hehe


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 18/02/2009 : 05:50
Cony, brilliant, I'd love to see the original drawing, it must be even better. You have a real talent. I hope you get the chance to use it. Nice thing is that in about 4 years we'll be climbing out of depression hopefully and there will be a demand for your talents.


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conty
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Posted - 18/02/2009 : 11:20
here you go, i did a bit more to it last night, i darkened up the background, i still have quite a bit to do, as you can see the original is very dark so ive used a bit of imagination on my drawing.

calander girl wip


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TOM PHILLIPS
Steeplejerk


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Posted - 18/02/2009 : 11:29
Rob,I dont own enough pencils to draw a Bacup nude model,hehe...

Conty,I wouldn't be able to keep my hand steady enough to draw the young female that you have done ,Embarassed....hehe...



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conty
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Posted - 18/02/2009 : 17:33
 FINISHED! at long lastfinished pencil drawing of calander girl


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belle
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Posted - 18/02/2009 : 22:50
Well done, love the highlights on the elbows they almost seem to come out of the page..you also seem to have been able to add light in your drawing where it does not appear in the photo, and yet it looks perfectly right...very clever!


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