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    Totally new, all mine

    Well after about ten years, I finally put pencil back to paper with some seriousness, not just a ballpoint sketch in the side of a calculus notebook...man, I miss math classes, I did my best work then

    Anyways, here we go...

    This first one was a lesson. That lesson being, don't bother trying to draw bikes. This is the first and last for me I think, unless it's done in charcoal. WAY too much detail and very exacting curves of fenders and wheels and such. Ugh. This was actually "copied" from a Victory ad in this month's Motor Trend.



    More to come as I complete things....

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    Re: Totally new, all mine

    It's cool, but would look better if te rear wheel wasn't clacked out.
    Also, where's the chain? Isn't that usually visible from this side?

    does look good though

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    Thanks.

    The wheel and chain were a pain. The real PITA with a bike is taking enough creative license to leave out certain portions. I was working off a photo at that angle cuts a lot of stuff out. I figured the only way to do a bike, without spending a month working on it, is to kind of get the basic shapes down, like the tank, fenders, pipes and wheels. That's why there's so much shadowing.

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