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  • Birthday 06/21/1988

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  1. Well, your writewrite was the first communication I had today.....just fell outta bed (sort of) and having breakfast.

    Always great to know talented people from all over the world.

  2. Hey.. just wanted to say thanks for the kind compliments about my artwork:) It really means a lot, and I'm glad you enjoyed taking a look around at my stuff. And thanks for the virtual hug, haha.

    Oh, and yep, that's me playing the guitar. So yours is a Yamaha too? The one I am playing in the picture is actually one my mom bought in the late 70s:)

  3. Just looked through the other drawings.....damn, you are amazing, I love Hobbits.....and Jimi, and Robert....aaaarrrgggh...

    Big virtual hug to you!

  4. Just visited your art site.....cool Jimmy you made.

    If that's you playing the guitar then you have the same guitar as I do!

  5. You're welcome:) And I hope you take a pic once you've drawn his face on;) Good luck with it! Cute. I'd say that's definitely a first Although I'm wondering how exactly Jimmy is going to play his guitar.. unless he has vines for arms Actually.. I guess that goes for all of them, haha. It's cute though, I like it:) I like them:) Especially the one on the bottom. That must have taken quite a bit of patience to do the detail work. That'd be great, if it's not too much trouble:) If anything, I'd just love to see how you go about making them. Maybe I'll give it a try sometime.. I've been interested in trying to piece together some sort of doll out of nick-knacks for a while now! Maybe I could get some ideas from your method:)
  6. Thanks Diana:) The lips are my favorite part about this drawing too;) I managed to achieve the shiny, glassy sort of look I was trying to achieve. Which is surprising.. seeing as the drawing is actually about 4 x 4 1/2 inches or so in real life (my scanner enlarged it though, so that's why it's so big on here). I'd say it probably took me about an hour to two hours to work on this (I got distracted several times.. so I'm not exactly sure). You know.. I was actually tired when I started to work on this too.. (I'm tired a lot, which is not so good for my artistic motivation:P).. but listening to some Zep while working on this helped me to wake right up I hope you'll share your drawing if you decide to do one:) Don't work too hard;)
  7. And thanks Aen:) I'm glad you liked Rob's eyes.
  8. A little sketch of Jimmy I drew today.. just to try out some colored paper. It's not highly finished.. but I'm happy with it:)
  9. Hey thanks Diana Yep, they're Robert's:) I thought the two in the middle capture his likeness the most as well.
  10. Hi Penguie! I like your drawings a lot.. they have a lot of character to them:) And I love your Robert doll! It's adorable.. and you did so well sewing the clothes. You know.. I think he looks cute just the way he is.. whether or not you decide to draw a face on him;) I hope you'll continue to share your work.. I love it:)
  11. Some cropped images of each individual study..
  12. Hey everyone.. It's been ages since I've stopped in here! I'm glad to see the Zep drawing thread has been going strong:) I have been seeing some beautiful works from you guys.. please keep it up:) I thought I'd share this eye study I drew recently .. guess which Zep boy they belong to Don't ask me why I drew them one on top of the other, instead of side by side.. I don't know It just happened that way, and I thought it looked sort of neat:)
  13. Thank you so much:) I'd love to see a mural from you. Mine is going to take A LOT of blue paint.. it's going to be a sort of 'imaginary' scene from 'The Song Remains the Same' concert video. I'll have to mix-match a bunch of different still images together, in order to paint a full-body scene. I'm mostly using the Stairway to Heaven footage for reference, hence the very blue lighting. But there really aren't many good full-body shots of Robert during that scene, so I'm kind of just mix-matching to see what I come up with. It should be interesting!
  14. Thanks so much:) No need to be jealous though. I bet you're artistic in your own unique way. Just have confidence in your taste and passion for art, and the technical skills will come to you in time, if you keep at it. Just be patient, and observant, and always make sure to keep things interesting, and fresh. That's what I've come to realize. I'm always learning, and will continue to do so for a long time.
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