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 Post subject: Pike Drawing
PostPosted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 6:26 pm 
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My latest pencil drawing of Chris Morris, holding a 30lb 4oz pike, caught from a midlands Lake .

this is my first drawing for over a year!

I hope you like it!

The Snake Man
:D :D


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Heres the drawing again at full size!

Tight Lines
Macca

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 Post subject: Another Great Drawing!
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Hi Dave

Another great drawing mate...lots of nice tones and amazing attention to detail!

The Hoseman :-) :P


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Dave,

G8 drawing. The pic says it all.


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Very Nice.

Congratulations.

Ali. :P


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Hi Dave,

Very nice drawing.

Cheers,
Apoo


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dave,

beautiful sketch.... jacket rendering is amazing....!!!!


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Masterpiece !

Super Work!

Cheers
Salim


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 Post subject: Cool.
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Cool sketch mate. Who is it of?


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nice one pal
its a very fine and detailed one...
how much time it took to complete this one?


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Phenomenal illustration! And what a fish.

Any idea how it was caught and any other details?


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Mahaseerken wrote:
Phenomenal illustration! And what a fish.

Any idea how it was caught and any other details?

GREETING'S KEN...THE PIKE WAS CAUGHT BY MY GOOD FRIEND CHRIS ,SLOW TROLLING A SMALL CARP LIVEBAIT OVER A SMALL FEATURE IN THE CENTER OF THE LAKE WITH THE USE OF A FISH FINDER .
I AM HOPING THAT CHRIS WILL BE ABLE TO RE-SCAN THE DRAWING SOME TIME IN THE FUTURE USING A BETTER SCANNER THAN MINE.IT IS A BIT FRUSTRATING AT THE MOMENT ,AS THE PICTURE I HAVE POSTED HAS LOST APPROX 20-30% OF THE DETAIL.
HAPPY FISHING ...MACCA :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 6:24 pm 
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youve done it again david. fantastic stuff


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Hi David,

20-30% of the detail lost ?
This drawing is pixel clear to me, wel done
A previous message asks how long it takes
to make a perfect pencil drawing ?

greetings from the Netherlands, John


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waveman2.3 wrote:
Hi David,

20-30% of the detail lost ?
This drawing is pixel clear to me, wel done
A previous message asks how long it takes
to make a perfect pencil drawing ?

greetings from the Netherlands, John

GREETINGS JOHNNY BOY...WE HAVE HAD SO MANY GREAT FISHING ADVENTURES TOGETHER OVER THE YEARS .I DO HOPE THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO FISH TOGETHER AGAIN ONE DAY...ALL THE BEST MACCA


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Hi Dave

Another stunning drawing

You have an amazing talent.

Cheers

Stu


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VERY KIND COMMENTS....THANK YOU :D


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Excellent sketch man.. lots of details.. [smilie=coolup.gif]


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 Post subject: Drawing
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absoulte awesome drawing mac - I really can't thank you enough.

Just need to get my hall and landing finished off so I can hang the masterpiece where it belongs.

Chris


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 Post subject: Re: Drawing
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[quote="chris morris"]absoulte awesome drawing mac - I really can't thank you enough.

Just need to get my hall and landing fisished off so I can hang the masterpiece where it belongs.
No probs Chris....I might have to start on another picture if this horrid British weather keeps up. I don't think I can cope with another Winter over here.Looks like India for a few months next year !


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hozefaishaqali wrote:
nice one pal
its a very fine and detailed one...
how much time it took to complete this one?

Not exactly sure ..A few hours a day for two weeks..
Cheers Macca


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Another lovely sketch Chris, how long did it take for you the finish this one?


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