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True Story

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Traditional charcoal drawing I did for my Intro to Drawing class. This is my final drawing for that class.

I referenced the painting Napoleon Riding through the Alps. This is a self-portrait. I plan on eventually revisiting this image as a digital painting so I can make it more crisp, clean, and with more detail. Charcoal is so easy to smudge.

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You did a real good job with your piece- somehow I can hear the sounds of the scene as if I were actually there, and see the movement of Napoleon's action.


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YAY! I actually liked this but then "I did it for drawing class." I don't like that. Good job though but why not do it for you?


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bigCman321 responds:

I did this as an assignment in a drawing class, but it was definitely for me. It's really a service to myself. I had been meaning to make this sort of drawing for a long time (always loved dinosaurs and the epic painting I referenced). I generally always find ways to bend drawing projects into something I would want to draw.


This makes me want to scream; FUCK YEAH!


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bigCman321 responds:

Ha, I had originally called this picture Fuck Yeah while I was drawing it.

Thanks!


fantastic


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bigCman321
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Dec 5, 2012 | 12:50 PM EST
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Fine Art
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1000 x 719 px
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