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Old 11-07-2011, 06:47 AM
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Realistic Car drawings

Hi guys,
Just wanted to show you some of my car drawings.

Please come and see:

http://przemus.deviantart.com/gallery


Hope you like them

Any comments are welcome

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Love the art work!! Would like to see more american mades on there though! LOL nice work!
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Love the art work!! Would like to see more american mades on there though! LOL nice work!
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there will be more american rides in the future
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hi, you know i enjoy drawing cars with graphite pencil. Just wanted to share those drawings with you guys. Hope you guys like it.

This car was fun to draw. First time drawing black rim. I don't think I improved much on this drawing. Anyways, the size of the drawing is A3. I didn't want to spend too much time.
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Great drawings

Looking forward to some 60s USA made cars
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Ther will be some any suggestions ?
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hi, you know i enjoy drawing cars with graphite pencil. Just wanted to share those drawings with you guys. Hope you guys like it.

This car was fun to draw. First time drawing black rim. I don't think I improved much on this drawing. Anyways, the size of the drawing is A3. I didn't want to spend too much time.
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Very nice images...
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Hey guys

I've added one of my best works so far this year

Hope you like it

przemus's deviantART gallery

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I love the Nolan Ryan!
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Man, your work is nothing short of awesome!
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Thank you very much guys
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Very nice for sure.. Something I did alot of when I was younger.. I haven't done it and a while now..
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Thank you
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