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    Some cars I've made mostly at work, using ballpoint and gel pens:












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    Which is encouraging, except that Bob Ross never met me. Sometimes it seems that I make nothing but mistakes.

    But I'll admit that sometimes, even though I see all sorts of things wrong with my drawings, and they never turn out quite the way I intend, there can be a sneaking sense of satisfaction, too.

    Here are two of my accidents from this month so far. I tried scanning one rather than taking a photo of the sketchbook, even though that cut off a little bit from the right of the page.



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    The latest digital drawing from my son.


    Butterfly (Junior) by Ptero-Pterodactylus by Ptero Pterodactylus on DeviantArt

    (iPad pro, Apple pencil, Procreate)

    And one of my ink pieces.


    Sailing by Ptero-Pterodactylus by Ptero Pterodactylus on DeviantArt

    (Waterman 52 ..... Rohrer & Klingner Frieda, Brush)
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    Beautiful prints by both you and your talented son, Ptero !
    "What are moon-letters?" asked the hobbit full of excitement. He loved maps, as I have told you before; and he also loved runes and letters, and cunning handwriting, though when he wrote himself it was a bit thin and spidery.

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    Thanks a lot Jim. 😊


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    My son and I love the Scary Harry books about the grim reaper Scary Harry and his friends.
    The illustrations in the book are pure line art (and really good).

    So i thought about creating a colored version of one character there in my own style.
    This is what I came up with, Vincent the ghost bat in my style in pastel.
    Of course I had to give him the right accessory.


    Scary Harry - Vincent by Ptero-Pterodactylus by Ptero Pterodactylus on DeviantArt

    (Staedtler Carbothello)


    The latest digital drawing of my son.


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    My son and I made a little drawing challenge with a friend.
    The topic was creepy.


    Harry Potter - Lord Voldemort and Nagini (Junior) by Ptero-Pterodactylus by Ptero Pterodactylus on DeviantArt

    (Cretacolor White Chalk, Stabilo Carbothello)



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    Art collab with Babyprinzess03 .
    She created the line art and we (my son and I, 2 versions) colored it.


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    Anubis (Junior) by Ptero-Pterodactylus by Ptero Pterodactylus on DeviantArt

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    Drawing bodies is much harder than I thought...
    Be a little more open into accepting other viewpoints, if you can, as it really deepens the experience. - Jon Szanto

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    Quote Originally Posted by Empty_of_Clouds View Post
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    Drawing bodies is much harder than I thought...
    But thank you for joining this thread. I hope we'll see more from you, and from others who may be hesitating.

    Drawing anything at all is, I regret to say, just as hard as I thought it would be, for me. I'm struggling with faces, still, but need to struggle with other things as well, I know.

    Regardless, here is a sketch with charcoal pencils and white Conté to start off the month. Neither the degree of realism nor the resemblance to the original that I want to achieve, but at least it's practice. And trying to make the braided hair look like braided hair was interesting.

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    Earlier today:






    Last week my daughter was using "paint" software from Win 10:


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    Series III Land Rover, nice. Love those old things. Really enjoying the drawings!

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    I love old cars, but specially the American ones, from the 30's to the 80's. Also I like a lot rusty cars, trucks and other vehicles.
    Now something different, my Honda Civic photo blend with a quick sketch:


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    Doëlan, Finistère, France

    Derwent Lightfast pencils on drafting film.

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    Beautiful morning today at the beach, quick sketch of some steps, session with my daughter:




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    I've been drawing from some photos of Native Americans, taken in the early 1900s. This one was from a picture of an Apache girl taken in 1906. I didn't really capture her likeness, or her evident unwillingness to have her picture taken, but perhaps I got something of her sadness.

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    My son drew the spaceship, I took over the space soldier.


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    Breakfast, a quick sketch using a Copper Retrakt with Schimdt 9000 black ink:


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    Another drawing session with my son.
    He drew a frog, I´ve drawn a elephant.


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