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Wing Zero Endless Waltz

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Very Old charcoal drawing I made when i was bored. Think this was from my first Month of drawing class. Took about 20 mins or so. I know there are a few mistakes.

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ull understand what i mean..this art is about balance and symmetry..you may improve this by picking the perspective on free transform control @ pCS3..gudluck

note:and if this is a gundam..please do refer from the original..if ur makin ur own..please do it better..

You, sir

Have a talent that I could only dream of copying. Zero always was my favorite Gundam.
Anyway, I would never have the shear patience required to do that with a drawing. I'd scrutinize every last detail, but I would never shade it in, never add shadow to it or add a background. And with charcoal, of all things? I would never imagine it as forgiving. But then, I've never had a serious art class. I merely copy and adapt what I see to my own style. Very impressive, to say the absolute least.

giogiogio4 responds:

charcoal is very forgiving. Well Vine charcoal is. Its a differant method of drawing then you would with pencil. It forces you to draw more in masses and defining colume rather then lines and detail detail, Kinda like the paint of dry media.

Great

Very well done drawing of Zero, you definatly have talent. May I recomend Deathsythe next.

wow amazaing

this one of the best drawing i have seen its just amazing what it even hard to do ?

giogiogio4 responds:

Lol no , after drawing in my drawing oen class for about a month i decided to draw some anime stuff to see how hard it was and it was easy. charcoal is very forgiving

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