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    Drawings of Mine

    So, I have a number of drawings. Although you can see them all on my deviantART page (username is Super6-4), here's a sample. I apologize for how loooooong the pictures make this post. the first couple aren't great quality because they were taken with my ipod. The last is with my iPhone which has way better pic quality.

    An example of one of my earlier sketches, made last year in an english class. This class is where I started to discover how well I could draw, if I may say so myself. This one's titled "Amid the Chaos" and was inspired by a scene from the movie "Shooter."


    Another example of one I made last year, however this was more of a serious "project." I used the cover of the movie "Saints and Soldiers" for the reference pic. This work is titled "Saints and Soldiers."


    And one from this year, done in early January, on a new sketchbook I got for Christmas-also used a new art pencil set. It's titled "Land to Starboard." Used a ref pic online for the ship, but then added the background myself.

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    Very good proportion and perspective in number two - if I'd tried that, it would have been a page of eraser smears, and I'd have to rename it the smog of war.

    I don't know enough about sailing ships to comment on that, although the hull perspective is not as accurate as that of the medic; the setting looks rushed.
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    That second one is very good, as Cran says, you nailed the perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cran View Post
    Very good proportion and perspective in number two - if I'd tried that, it would have been a page of eraser smears, and I'd have to rename it the smog of war.

    I don't know enough about sailing ships to comment on that, although the hull perspective is not as accurate as that of the medic; the setting looks rushed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Gumby View Post
    That second one is very good, as Cran says, you nailed the perspective.
    Thank you guys-indeed, I still like the second one a lot.

    As for the ship-well yes the background was kinda rushed in a sense. I didn't want it to be the focus of the drawing though.
    But knowing times of trouble, and the devils they may bring,
    are only thwarted by his will to fight, he raised his mighty wings.
    Prepared for war, thus guarding peace; for liberty, his love,
    he shall deliver unto evil: death, dealt swiftly from above

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    Cool

    Good Drawings.

    I don't believe that "Shooter" ever used a Rifle with a Detachable Box Magazine as you have depicted it.

    Your soldier has what look like "Crosses" on his helmet and arm band.

    Usually that means "Medic" and in theory, Medics aren't armed. {Ha-Ha-HA!}

    Saxon Violence

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    I like how you mastered depth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxon Violence View Post
    Good Drawings.

    I don't believe that "Shooter" ever used a Rifle with a Detachable Box Magazine as you have depicted it.

    Your soldier has what look like "Crosses" on his helmet and arm band.

    Usually that means "Medic" and in theory, Medics aren't armed. {Ha-Ha-HA!}

    Saxon Violence
    Hence my usage of the word INSPIRED by the movie Shooter...

    If you've seen Saints and Soliders, you'd understand...
    But knowing times of trouble, and the devils they may bring,
    are only thwarted by his will to fight, he raised his mighty wings.
    Prepared for war, thus guarding peace; for liberty, his love,
    he shall deliver unto evil: death, dealt swiftly from above

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