Lifted Silverado and Sierra

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    Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Hey all. I had to watch the family drycleaners today for four hours, and had nothing to do. So I did a few drawings on some old yellow notebook paper.

    I edited the drawings in photoshop to take away the yellow color and make the drawing less foggy.

    I usually design my own trucks, but I will never post them here for a few personal reasons, but I'll post drawings of existing cars that I put my own customizations on.

    Here is the Sierra 1500 (it sorta looks like the HD because of the fat front end, but it's supposed to be the 1500):
    http://img166.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img2482wj9.jpg


    Here is the Silverado 1500 Z71:
    http://img176.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img2486og4.jpg


    These were quick drawings, so some stuff might seem odd about them, such as the articulating tires on the Silverado.

    I have plans to draw a Silveardo 3500 SRW with a 6-8" lift with my own custom stuff on a big sheet of bristol board. I may put it up.

    Hope you like the drawings.
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Sorry about the size of the Sierra drawing.

    Here is a smaller one:

    http://img148.imageshack.us/my.php?i...82smallpn4.jpg

    Question: How can I get images to appear right in the thread? I used the link that is suppoes to show it, but it doesn't seem to work.
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Those are some awesome drawings.
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Wow, amazing job! Great quality to your drawings. While They are not my style (lifted trucks are EXTREMELY dangerous to small/low vehicles) I cannot help but be amazed by your talent, expecially your being able to reproduce the vehicles with such detail.

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    pretty damn good skills

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Thank you guys.

    Yeah, I agree with you chaseabryant on the dangers of lifted trucks. I do like them but I would never really think about owning one, just too big of a vehicle for me to live with (big, wide, low fuel economy, and I rarely go off-roading anyway LOL).
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    nice drawings,one of those will be my future truck some day.
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    that's sick, you got skills.

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    That's weird, I tried to post the photos for you, but they weren't showing up for me either. Maybe going right to the picture itself? Seems like an Imageshack problem. I use Photobucket instead of Imageshack and they give you a sharing URL right there. Awesome work, by the way. I prefer the Sierra but both are great.


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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    WOw, thanks for uploading them. Maybe I should try photobucket instead.

    Yeah, I like the Sierra more as well. The SIlveardo is still a challenge for me to draw, especially the front end, so it's not as good as the Sierra.

    It seems, for me, GMC Sierras are the easier truck to draw, and I am also including the GMT-800s as well.
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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    WOW! those are incredible!

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Damn boy, you got a gift....keep it up!!! Give us more!!!

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    WOW! Teach me your ways! Those look amazing.

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Draw an HHR!! I'm currently working on my perception of the next generation HHR, and I will soon have another version completed( I will post a thread as soon as it becomes ready ) My first attempt was subpar but the next ought to be liked. If you get a chance, try your hand at it. I'd love to see your take on it, andwith these skills, anything you draw is going to be great! If nothing else just send me a PM someday. Thanks!

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    BTW, If you can't tell, I own an HHR and love it dearly so that explains my interest in it. hahaha!

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    Re: Lifted Silverado and Sierra

    Damn boy, you got a gift....keep it up!!! Give us more!!!
    Thanks, I'm working on my own impression of the Silverado SS right now. It will be a lot cleaner than the drawings I put up, but I'm using a digital camera to upload the images ( I still need enough money for a good scanner, heh) so it may be a little grainy. I'll put it up once I'm done. Oh, it will be in color too!

    After that, I'm thinking of drawing my own impression of the Tahoe SS, it may have similar parts with the Silverado SS, but I'll try my best to differentiate them if I do draw it.

    WOW! Teach me your ways! Those look amazing.
    Thank you! Well, if you like to draw existing vehicles but add your own custom stuff to it, or make your own versions, my own personal suggestion for a start is recognize how the vehicles look overall. I've seen so much pictures of the new trucks that I have gotten the general look down, but not every inch, which is why those drawings will be off a little when you compare them with real pictures. But, recognizing the vehicles will help you draw with a little more easy. Try seeing how lines follow on the cars. FOr example, see how the lines of the hood coincide to the lines of the bed, or the lower parts of the windows.

    It's best to practice drawing cubes and squares and all those basic shapes since for most people, it's better to start drawing with lightly drawn shapes, and then beginning to add the faces or the shapes of the car, and then slowly working your way up to the details, all while drawing lightly since you will do some erasing.

    I was bored enough to draw these, so I started with the headlights, and then the grill, then the lines for the body after finishing teh details for the grill. THe order I follow for my drawings does not really garuntee a great drawing, so I feel really happy if I ever finish a drawing doing bits one by one, rather than the better way of doing things from basic shapes to small details of the whole drawing.

    Hopefully I didn't ramble on too much about that , but these are just some stuff I have to say about the way I draw cars. Oh, perspective can really affect your drawing as well. I'll give anyone basic tips on that if interested.
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