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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-18-2017, 04:53 PM Thread Starter
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I'm a new member. I draw cars and this is one of my drawings. I wanted to share my Shelby GT350 drawing with you

I added real vs my drawing image too. Which is drawing?

You can watch video of my drawing from the link:
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post #2 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-18-2017, 05:39 PM
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That is a great job! Well done!
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That's amazing! I'm surprised by two things: That this level of detail can be created by hand and that 33 others before me visited this thread and did not comment at all! Edit: just one...

How much do you sell your work for?
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That bumper looks prettty real.

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I'd say you have a future in this.

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That looks amazing, and something I could never, ever, ever do (I can't get much beyond drawing stick figures). Just curious, how much time did you spend on it?
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Great work of art!
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post #8 of 28 (permalink) Old 12-18-2017, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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That is a great job! Well done!
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That's amazing! I'm surprised by two things: That this level of detail can be created by hand and that 33 others before me visited this thread and did not comment at all! Edit: just one...

How much do you sell your work for?
Haha Thank you. No problem for me. I didn't receive any comment on another forum once Please send a PM for all details. I tried but cant send PM to you. @evantugby

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That looks amazing, and something I could never, ever, ever do (I can't get much beyond drawing stick figures). Just curious, how much time did you spend on it?
Thank you so much. It took approx 20 hours (totally)

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Your last name is not Van Gogh is it? Very nice work. I admire people that can see something in their mind and then translate it to to art.
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So do you sell your art work? Do custom art? If so, pm me.

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Hello all



I'm a new member. I draw cars and this is one of my drawings. I wanted to share my Shelby GT350 drawing with you



I added real vs my drawing image too. Which is drawing?



You can watch video of my drawing from the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vwa5x1mIvKg


Hi,

Thatís beautiful. Could you please contact me?

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