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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 21 Sep 2008, 19:19

Here you go, peeps! :) Hope you all enjoy it... keeping in mind that I still need to do the barrier in the Background. That'll come after my tests are complete this week. Thanks for the comments, too ^^

http://img504.imageshack.us/img504/1726 ... allon4.jpg

http://jacoja06.deviantart.com/art/Red-Bull-98581310
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby Zero260 » 22 Sep 2008, 02:59

Wow, that's brilliant, jacoja. Great job man. =D>
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 22 Sep 2008, 13:12

Thanks very much 8) . Glad you like it, because feels as though I've spent half my life drawing it.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby RedCarDriver » 23 Sep 2008, 03:12

Wow, it's seriously almost exactly like a photograph, that's amazing.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 23 Sep 2008, 03:24

My dad says, "Holy shiz! :shock: " I'm inclined to agree.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby boganbusman » 23 Sep 2008, 10:55

Does he really say shiz instead of sh*t? That's wierd.

But yes it does look incredible :shock: Top stuff jaco, I'm looking forward to the finished product.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 23 Sep 2008, 15:42

Swear filters. :P
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby Carcrazy » 24 Sep 2008, 02:06

Holy mother of God, if you hadn't posted those earlier photos I'd never believe it was drawn. :shock:
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 28 Sep 2008, 03:42

Awesomeness... I made someone swear :P. Thanks for the comments again.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby McLaren_dude » 18 Oct 2008, 05:12

i found this in my backpack inside me pic folders.......
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 22 Oct 2008, 14:40

^Quite nicely done. It's a shame about the lined paper though.

Alright, two small things. I've completed the F1 drawing (with a background), so I'll stop posting so many pictures of it now :P. I decided to leave it simple so all the attention would be on the car, like the actual picture I was using.

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Also, an awesome detailed drawing I did about 8-9 years ago. I drew this car a lot, and I created different variations of it (including a family wagon and a sports Ute). One of my first attempts at rendering... and I was really impressed :D .

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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby Zero260 » 22 Oct 2008, 22:25

Haha, look how far you've come!The background and foreground are perfect. Nice and simple, keeps the focus on the car.

Something about Goodyear tires when you're a kid... I always wrote Goodyear on the tires of my car drawings back in the day.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby McLaren_dude » 23 Oct 2008, 01:01

a little car i drew in class today
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oh, and that f1 car looks stuningly amazing, for a second i thought it was a black and white photo :lol:
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 23 Oct 2008, 16:34

Thanks guys :)
Zero260 wrote:Something about Goodyear tires when you're a kid... I always wrote Goodyear on the tires of my car drawings back in the day.
Oh yeah, nothing was cooler then having a set of goodyear tires on your ride. It was mostly because Formula One cars were using Goodyear tires back then (with the yellow writing), which made them look macho. :D

@McLaren_dude: Nice, but the perspective isn't as great as your previous drawing. Maybe you should try drawing at home with normal paper. I think you'll end up with some great results.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby korge » 23 Oct 2008, 18:17

Jacojas work is photographic o_O
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby xHaZxMaTx » 23 Oct 2008, 23:25

He just used the pencil filter in Photoshop. :P
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby McLaren_dude » 24 Oct 2008, 00:23

yeah, i hav notice that wen i draw at home it becomes somewhat better. and im not using lined paper anymore, it makes it look weird imo
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby korge » 24 Oct 2008, 00:49

xHaZxMaTx wrote:He just used the pencil filter in Photoshop. :P


haha, I actually lol'ed.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby McLaren_dude » 24 Oct 2008, 00:55

i wanna star drawin cars in action, anyone know a site that can teach me how to?
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby RedCarDriver » 24 Oct 2008, 05:27

I drew an R33 GT-R once but the perspective on it kind of sucked and the bumper looked half like a 1999 Eclipse's bumper in parts... and I'm pretty sure I lost it. #-o
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby jacoja06 » 24 Oct 2008, 12:23

xHaZxMaTx wrote:He just used the pencil filter in Photoshop. :P

Ahh, crap. I though nobody would ever discover that nifty secret :(.

McLaren_dude wrote:i wanna star drawin cars in action, anyone know a site that can teach me how to?

There are some pretty good tutorials on Deviantart which you can visit. I did a real quick search then... couldn't find any. But there will be hundreds on pencil car drawings.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby McLaren_dude » 08 Nov 2008, 04:21

a quickie, but i dont know huw to do the grille

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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby femina » 13 Dec 2008, 09:13

Hi, so I got my bf something he really likes for his birthday and I will be putting it in my handbag and we will be going out for a meal. I will tell him that I ordered it from the internet and it did not arrive yet so he will think he is present less. Then I want to surprise him with it while we are at the restaurant but I don’t want to just hand it to him and say happy birthday. What can I do? Pleases help.
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby t3ice » 13 Dec 2008, 11:48

lolwut?....painting and drawing art topic?!
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Re: Painting and Drawing Art Topic

Postby donaldgladden » 14 Dec 2008, 23:22

Is it victoria secret by any chance? If so i think it would be awkward pulling out sleepwear at a resturant.
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