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Just a sketch for fun :)
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Makeup/Costume: Me
Model: Miss Quinn
Location: Set created in my kitchen :)

More pics to come....
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Makeup/photography: Me
Model: Miss Quinn
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Whee! Finally, im done! I'm rather happy with how it turned out, considering that this is my first time drawing a non-portrait. If you read my past journal entries, you'd know that this piece was a pain in the butt for the fact that it's for an exhibition and that expectations kept changing so I had to change accordingly as well.

Anyway, this wasn't as hard as i thought it would be. This was pretty average, with nothing too hard nor too easy. I did have to change my shading style radically coz I've been doing portraits all along.

Here's what I used
-2B for outline, 4B and 8B for shading
-50x35cm paper (that's 5/6 of an A2)
-I'd say 30-40 hours
-Reference: [link] (I didn't draw any decal as the drawing was supposed to be done in 6 days, originally)
-WIP:

Thanks in advance for the favs. (I do apologise for not being able to thank everyone personally)
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Daniel Wicke, In Legend's bass player.

This was a birthday gift for a friend of mine. It was fun to play with the colours!

Watercolours of course.

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Black/white colored pencil, spray paint, and bleach on tobacco Canson. 11"x14"
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She has a thing going on there.
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Here is one of my entries to the Art House Gallery Canvas Project Vol. 3. I was given three random words and this one was "finder" so of course...I had to work a dino into it. ^_^
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Wheres bob, a 1/35 diorama of a man being run over by a tank,while the crew looks for him. first things first, this is not a realistic build in any way. i kinda used what i got ,so yea... its a desert paint job,with dirt wreathing,in a forest scene. i didn't really plan this one out and i kinda just made it up as i went along.over all tho i am happy with the results.

The tank:
1/35 Tamiya-M60A1 with reactive armor
it was a pretty fun build. i leaned a lot seeings how its been awhile since i built a tank.i don't have an air brush yet so i hand painted everything.i lost the back tow hook and forgot to put Polly caps in the back tank sprockets .over all i am impressed that i didn't break anything and only lost one part.i have left off a few detail items, i feel like the piece didn't really need then( i might use them latter)

the Figurines
1/35 academy idf tank crew
i have never really done figurines before,and this was pretty fun. bob came from this set and my wife suggested that he should be being run over.after that i just couldn't resist!

The base.
this was a quick job.some random board from the barn,that i cut to fit and painted black.some rocks and sticks from outside and some dollar store moss.

man i learned a lot during this build. i the biggest lesson i learned was planing. i dint have a plan going into this(was a t model store and just bought whatever) in my next build i am gonna try to plan as much as possible before hand and improve upon what i have learned. got a couple of weeks or random stuff(maybe some papercraft) and them i am on to my next diorama

oh and please be gentle if you critic my work, i am still new to making models( about 2 years in) and thanks if you take the time to critic it, i hope on improving my skills throu the years.
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