post #1 of Old 07-18-2010, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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Images of your Art

For all the artists would love to see pictures of your drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc.


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post #2 of Old 07-18-2010, 07:07 PM
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Here are three I did in 9th grade. Can't find anything else, might have been lost when we moved.

First watercolor I ever did got first place out of 15 watercolors at a local art show.


This was a 9th grade self portrait, second place at the same art show for graphite.


Don't remember if this went to a show or not, I think I did this just for fun one day at school.

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post #3 of Old 07-19-2010, 01:45 PM
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Just some of mine...

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I am searching for some of my traditional art.

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Mostly traditional. Here are a few scans of some of my sketchbook paintings/drawings. The large stuff is on slides and needs to be scanned.

graphite




watercolor & color pencil






mixed media


still-life in pencil


landscape in watercolor


self-portrait in graphite


enjoy!
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Mostly traditional. Here are a few scans of some of my sketchbook paintings/drawings. The large stuff is on slides and needs to be scanned.

graphite

you willing to part with this one?

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post #6 of Old 07-26-2010, 01:58 PM
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Nice work CHI JPR.

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post #7 of Old 07-27-2010, 12:56 PM
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Thanks guys! Glad you like them.

Al, I'm always willing to part with work. (Being an artist/photographer yourself, you know that it's always harder with some pcs. than others.)

Let me know what your thinking if your serious.

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^ Great pieces of work man! But sorry about the whole being a cubs fan thing



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^ Great pieces of work man! But sorry about the whole being a cubs fan thing


LoL!!! It's all good...if anything, the Cubs have taught me how to deal with disappointment in life at an early age! Someday they will put it all together. (Hopefully...)



....wait till next year.
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Just saw this thread. Nice stuff everyone.

Here's a 6'x2' abstact one that I'm working on now.




Couple commissions from last year:
4'x2'

24"x36"


4'x2'



more later
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Just saw this thread. Nice stuff everyone.

Here's a 6'x2' abstact one that I'm working on now.







more later
I really really like that one.

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Thanks Tedder!

It's giving me grief right now - been working on it for like 6 weeks on the weekends. It has morphed a few times. Was going to be some funky head thing to go upright, then maybe a shark, now it looks like a blue sperm I think.

Hoping to get some time on it tomorrow night, so we'll see if it takes another turn.
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Put some more blue action down, still working

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Sick with this, signed it, screw it I'm done.

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post #15 of Old 08-21-2010, 09:41 PM
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I'm no artist but this is my little brother's website, he's got a lot of talent for a 17 year old.

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