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Post Tue Jun 10, 2008 11:03 am

that was a very helpful tutorial, i posted a 67 vette on drawing day in almost the same perspective only i messed up the procedure ( i shouldve waited for the tutorial :lol: ).

the highlights are defintly the hot spot on the wheels, i always seem to mess it up with going too dark in areas before midtones or lighter ones go first and i end up not getting the highlights as dramatic as you got them. the darkest i went on the 67 i drew was 2B, but i shouldve defintly went darker, i might go back and work with some tones now that ive learned it :) .

the little detials you mention are the ones i miss, and that is a very big peice in the drawing, i as well do not have the links you said, but i will let any one who wants to draw a car know that this tutorial exist.
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Post Thu Jun 12, 2008 12:12 pm

Great tutorial, would a ref be of use to anyone else?
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Post Thu Aug 14, 2008 7:59 am

oH MY god how cool! I want that i can draw like that! :O
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Post Fri Sep 12, 2008 10:16 pm

AsTro, you really need to make your display picture smaller, they are supposed to be 130 pixels wide maximum. And for your signature, I'm not sure "gay" is the word you intended to use...
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Post Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:05 pm

Beautiful!

That's beautiful. I've always tried to draw a nice looking car, but they always end up looking like some random scrap from mid 80's.

I don't know how often you guys read these comments and as I'm looking at the date duey started this thread I'm not expecting any answer. I still have to ask. Where do you get the motivation and patience this kind of artwork needs? That's been my problem since born.. I always leave things unfinished.
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Post Sun Sep 21, 2008 12:21 pm

Jorma, I think I might have the same problem as you! I'm always rushing drawings and wishing I had slowed down once I was done.

As for motivation to draw, I get it mainly from coming on this forum and looking at others' artwork, cruising the internet for cool reference pictures, and listening to music. Also, it just requires you to be in the right mood to draw.

I find drawing cars much easier than drawing people. On a car, you know exactly where a line should be, you can measure it, and you can use drafting tools to get it perfect. On a human or animal or plant form everything is much more natural, and generally less perfect. I also find drawing the smooth textures of vehicles much easier than those you find on living beings. And, cars don't have hair! That's a big plus for me! :lol:
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Post Mon Oct 27, 2008 6:08 pm

This really helped me alot duey, thank you :D
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