Philly Skyline


2-point perspective drawing of the philly skyline, made for my parents for Christmas

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Woah, this is another wonderfully done picture. I guess I didn't like it as much as the coal one because it isn't as personal to you. It's still great that you drew something from your childhood. I love how organized everything looks. It's great to see how symmetrical you made everything. You even chose a cool kind of paper to draw it on.

I used to go to Philadelphia back when I lived in Pennsylvania. Now that I've lived in Florida for ten years, it seems like such a long time ago. It probably would look better in color. I'm just glad you're paying tribute to your parents. Rock on with your tributes, man!


I love cityscapes and this is a fine job man. Very cool.


This is an awesome picture, keep it up. I've actually been on the 56th floor of the tall rectangular buiding on the right hand side of this picture. If you are not familiar with Philly, It's the comcast building. Wonderful building really, There is nothing bad about this building really. That tour was the most fun tour I ever had, The view from the 56th floor was amazing. The building itself is eco friendly, they said, it has a giant tv thing that looks like the rest of the wall and plays interesting clips, the cafeteria has an awesome variety and is open to the public, I could go on and on about that expirience, but I don't want to make a wall of text. I actually was on the 14th floor of a building about a mile away and got a similar view like this. Anyways, good work, keep it up.

Afro-Ninja responds:

thanks! I went to take a tour once and they said it wasn't open to the public :(


Is this from memory, life, or what?
Fantastic perspective, very crisply drawn... Well done!

Afro-Ninja responds:

reference photo


Really cool stuff, Shawn

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4.11 / 5.00

Dec 5, 2010
11:18 PM EST
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