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jacon12

Member
A 'pencil drawing' of my GP-9. Done with the computer instead of a pencil.

You didn't know I could 'draw' so good, didja... :D
Jarrell
 

RCH

Been Nothin' Since Frisco
Great work, now take some of my pencil drawings and make them into models! ;)
 
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dthurman

Guest
I did one, though not as nice and clean as Jarrell :)



Here's a water color ;)

 

jacon12

Member
dthurman said:
I did one, though not as nice and clean as Jarrell :)



Here's a water color ;)

David, if you're using PS.. try the link I gave in the answer above. It really is very simple to do, just takes a while to get right.
Jarrell
 




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