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    SLR Drawing-Art

    How do you like my latest Drawing.

    It is supersized. About 1,70 meters (half a meter each drawing)













    Greetings Enes Canay
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    Spectacular! Did you do these for a client?
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    No I did it just for fun. But now I am going to sell it. I am searching for an SLR owner somewhere. Maybe I find somebody.
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    bloody hell dude, thats amazing

    Seeing a lot of users in here drawing or building stuff has got me planning summin for during my holidays

    Just wanted to know, is that coloured with paints or pencils? Did you use any special paper for the whole thing?

    Once again, awesome stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by RazaBlade
    bloody hell dude, thats amazing

    Seeing a lot of users in here drawing or building stuff has got me planning summin for during my holidays

    Just wanted to know, is that coloured with paints or pencils? Did you use any special paper for the whole thing?

    Once again, awesome stuff
    I used usual ballpen (biro) in black for the outlines. And colorized it with COPIC Layout Markers. And for the soft shadows on the hood and the supersized sideview I used crayons. Finally fixed them with FIXATIV speciall for crayons. So the color is fixed on the papaer ... Ohhh ... the paper ... it is drawing paper (300gr./squaremeter) in light grey. So you can create lightreflections with white crayons.

    A lot of work in it ... but it was worth it. ;o)))
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    Fantastic! perfect in every way. How many hours did you put into it? and how long have you been drawing?
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    That is bloody awsome! How much you looking for?
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    WOW...
    perfect.

    speechless perfect.


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    That's takes the cake..some nice, even awesome sketches have been posted before but this one...just speechless man, I wouldn't mind hanging it my room anyday
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    Amazing. Very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugarse
    Fantastic! perfect in every way. How many hours did you put into it? and how long have you been drawing?
    Actually I am drawing cars for now 8 years.

    For those drawings I spent about 40 hours. because of its size it took so long to color it.

    For all non european user It is 27.56 inches width and 66.93 inches high (overall)

    This tooks time .... ;o))
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    Quote Originally Posted by man 430gt
    That is bloody awsome! How much you looking for?

    I am looking for 300 Euros, It is about 360 US Dollar. I think it is Okay for an original drawing in that sized drawings. Took me enough time. ;o)))

    Now I asked Auto-Salon-Singen in Germany if they are interested in. They are selling those SLR's and they got the contacts. And in fact I also would do their Logo on the drawing. Commercial for them ... Why not.
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    Fantastic drawings. Can't say the same about your shoes.
    Just kidding. Nice work.
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    Beautiful drawing! I once wanted to become a car-designer, but obviously its not easy to carry out such a dream! How did you become what you are (drawer/designer)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klemmel
    Beautiful drawing! I once wanted to become a car-designer, but obviously its not easy to carry out such a dream! How did you become what you are (drawer/designer)?
    I am actually working for an automotive supplier as an Interior Designer.

    I learned mostly (90%) of my drawing skills by myself. I started there as a technical draftsman. After they opened a Design Studio, I changed my job in the Company. I am doing for all kind of cars Interior Concept. Started from the luggage Compartment up to Body Undershields (we did it for the maybach).

    I Also do renderings for the exterieur, but not for my company. I do it as a training for myself. Here is my latest Design about an Audi Sport-Off Roader for 2 Persons. I t will become an Supercrazy Interior with dolby-digital Movie center. It will be very crazy ... I ll show it after finishing. This is the first exterieur Impression.

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