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Hey guys,

i´m Jonas, 14 years old and i want to show you some of my drawing, hope you like it.

Better pic´s will come soon....

Fiat 500 giardiniera

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Nice wee car good drawing keep it up

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Yes Jonas, a very nice pencil drawing. ^_^

You have an interesting avatar, too. What is it?

Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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I would like to know about that avatar as well. BTW , nice drawing.

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Thank you all! :)

@Bill: Its a drawing from a guy from this forum:


From this forum: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/


I think a hot rod racer made from a WW2 warbird :)

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I decided to post some more drawings:

This was my first try: post-11920-0-91478700-1383766547_thumb.j

than.....post-11920-0-57119700-1383766544_thumb.jpost-11920-0-30703800-1383766551_thumb.j

Edited by lower99

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Hallo Jonas,

das sind sehr schöne Zeichnungen! Ich hab mich auch immer mal am Ami-Zeichnen versucht, aber da brauch ich noch viel Übung.

Viele Grüße!

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Hey Jonas,

these are great drawings! I tried to draw US-Cars too, but I need a lot more of practice.

Best regards!

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Nice work! Keep them coming!

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@Clemi: Vielen dank Clemens! Lade doch auch mal ein paar deiner Zeichnungen hoch! Achja, bist du auch im Wettringer Modellbauforum angemeldet?

Viele Grüße Jonas alias lower99 alias T3fan

Hi Harry, thank you!

Greetings from Germany!

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Nice perspective!

Mike

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Thank you Mike!

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Nice proprtions,too. Are they done in pencil?

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Thank you John!

Yes they are!

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What I´ve done today:

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Hey Jonas,

What kind of equipment do you use? Type of pencils (2B , 4H etc) and paper.

Have you tried illostration board? It's very rigid and easy to work with.

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I use normal printing paper and (i think) 2H and 1B pencils.

Well, maybe i will try an illustration board.

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If you get illustration board. Hot press is smoother. Cold press has a little texture.

Go to www.dickblick.com and look at what they have. They used to send out free samples (small) of the papers and boards so you could see how they work. They probably still do. Try some B pencils. I used 2,4 and 6B Charcoal pencils are really dark.

I've been experimenting with them.

Keep it up!

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THank you for the Tipps John!

What do you mean with hot and cold press, my english isn't so fine?

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I'm not real sure myself Jonas.

I guess it has somthing to do with the way they make the paper or boards.

All I know is that the hot press is smoother.

And there's nothing wrong with your english.

John

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Thank you John! I will try it!

Bye :-)

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Jonas - Very good work. I especially like the green '56 Bel Air. John is right - you will like working on illustration board. It costs a little more but will stand up to more. I think the Crescent company also sends out free samples of their boards and watercolor papers. And adding a light spray coat of workable fixatif will protect the art from smearing. Keep up the good work.

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Thank you Dave!

The tip with the spray is good!

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