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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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conty
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Posted - 21/07/2010 : 13:47
here we go. let me introduce my online family to my girl Naomi. the dark haired girl x



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belle
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Posted - 21/07/2010 : 14:59
Beautiful! 


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Another
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Posted - 21/07/2010 : 15:06
Bonny lass Conor. Nolic


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Stanley
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Posted - 21/07/2010 : 16:08
Two of 'em I reckon. Lovely!


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moh
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Posted - 22/07/2010 : 09:35
What a pretty girl, and what a lovely dog - 2 gud'ns there Conor!!


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conty
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Posted - 23/07/2010 : 14:02
cheers!
sorry not been about, ive been wheeling and dealing, just waiting for a phone call back now to see if my offer on a car has been excepted. hopefully mums worked her magic on him LOL 
 
and ive just had a phone call from my headmasters secretary. the school are commissioning me to do a drawing of the headmaster! gotta be pleased with that eh.

anyway i am working on the drawing of jon bon jovi now, its slowley coming together. i will post an update later today when ive done a bit more.


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conty
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Posted - 23/07/2010 : 16:53
here's the update ;)



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Stanley
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Posted - 23/07/2010 : 17:09
Looking good Conor. Up the charge for the head's pic?


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conty
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Posted - 23/07/2010 : 17:36
its a difficult one stanley, i dont know what to do. but ive got a few months to think about it. half of me wants to do it for nothing and the other half thinks i should just charge the same as i would for anybody else.
 i think it will be the second choice as he wants the original and if i done drawings for everyone thats my friend or i like or respect i would never make any money....... hehe i think ive just answered my own question.... i will be charging LOL


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conty
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Posted - 23/07/2010 : 20:22
youll never  guess what im doing for the next 2 weeks?? ive got myself a building job! helping to build a concrete wall. its good money so ive taken it. mum and dad think it will be good for me to see what its like to really work hard for a living. more money for the ole car. the car dealer didnt ring back so i guess mums £800 off was too much hehe he agreed £600 off but they are determined to get a good car for me at a bargin. i think my moneys safe LOL so back to the search

nolic, did your dan get his photo done thursday?

Edited by - conty on 23/07/2010 20:26:40


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Stanley
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Posted - 24/07/2010 : 06:50
Not only that Conor but hard physical work at your stage of development encourages bone-mass development and that is the best precursor for a strong immune system in later life. Far better than going to a gym, it's proper work and very good for you. Mum and Dad are right again! (Sickening isn't it...)


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conty
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Posted - 25/07/2010 : 22:26
hehe fitting me in a car is just as bad as trying to find clothes to fit. dont think i will ever be able to have a bmw z3, talk about feeling the wind in your hair haha



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Another
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Posted - 26/07/2010 : 07:51
You would pay more than the cost of the car in insurance!! Go for a cheaper, lower powered model and ut down on all costs - Micra for example. I can see just what you're thinking as you read this - oh yeah. Nolic


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Bradders
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Posted - 26/07/2010 : 10:30
Nolic's absolutely RIGHT ,and it's not just about the money...you must learn to "feel the road" and "observe the idiots"  before you attempt to move to a powerful car...and the only way to do that is to learn in something basic...and put in a LOT  of miles..

You talked earlier about saving £ 600/800 on the purchase price of a car..... My advice would be SPEND that amount  (or less) on something to start with....

Good Luck and take it SLOWLY  !


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moh
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Posted - 26/07/2010 : 10:51
Doubt he would fit in a Micra Nolic!  Will need plenty of head & leg room. The Beema does suit you though!!


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