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[Art] I draw guns

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Finn    76

Hey, my name is SovietSyndicate, but I usually go by Alek or Finn.

I find myself a pretty good artist.. for weapons at least. I am looking for some weapon drawings to make.

I am trying to start drawing them using photoshop and programs as such and need some suggestions.

Here are some examples of my work:

Mauser C96

546x400http://i.snag.gy/jsPci.jpg[/img]

Colt Single action army 1873 - Snub nose

549x400http://img.ctrlv.in/img/16/03/09/56e08f5838960.jpg[/img]

Post your suggestions below!

I really appreciate it.

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Emile    98

They are really well drawn!

Could you draw winchester model 70?

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Finn    76

Yeah, I'll totally draw a Winchester Model 70 :)


I do draw fictional guns, sometimes I draw guns of my own creation.

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See if you can get a scanner, I see good potential :D

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Finn    76

I have a scanner actually, just had no idea people scanned their drawings. Thought they drew them on their PC :3

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Sean    25

Yeah, scan them in. Will look 10 times better.

Good drawings though man!

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Finn    76

I'll try scanning them tonight :)

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Finn    76

I hope to start developing my skills with drawing people/humans/persons. Only people I can make right now are south park characters, haha.

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I have a scanner actually, just had no idea people scanned their drawings. Thought they drew them on their PC :3

Ye, one key tool to a graphic designer is a trusty ould scanner, for more times small things like background sketches and such. You could make outlines and use programs to try create something even more real.

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Finn    76

I do draw fictional guns, sometimes I draw guns of my own creation.

Could you draw a Taurus PT92?

This is real, too. :D

-Boston

Looks like an M9, did a 3d model of one of those. I lost it though :S


Suggestions?

Stg44 with ZF-4 mounted on top of it ^^

reference: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/ee/Bundesarchiv_Bild_146-1979-118-55,_Infanterist_mit_Sturmgewehr_44.jpg

keep up the pics of german weapons ;)

I have drawn a Stg-44, but that was a few years ago. I drew one of those along with a Mosin, Thompson, PPSh-41, M1 Garand ( I think ), Gewehr 43, and a big drawing of an M1911.

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Galland    87

I have drawn a Stg-44, but that was a few years ago. I drew one of those along with a Mosin, Thompson, PPSh-41, M1 Garand ( I think ), Gewehr 43, and a big drawing of an M1911.

internet rule, pic or it didnt happen comrade ^^

with other words show of your gun drawings which are lying around somewhere

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Finn    76

I have drawn a Stg-44, but that was a few years ago. I drew one of those along with a Mosin, Thompson, PPSh-41, M1 Garand ( I think ), Gewehr 43, and a big drawing of an M1911.

internet rule, pic or it didnt happen comrade ^^

I'll post it tonight ;)

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I like your work man, could you do me a solid and try draw my old characters weapon?. It would be an oak finish AK-74 with the inscription 'Im a good guy' on the butt-stock.

Would really appreciate that.

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