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Anna (Oct 2, 2006)
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Catapumblamblam (Jul 2, 2008)
I'm impressed..
Robida (Jan 14, 2009)
amazing.... *drools all over it*
blurymind (Mar 6, 2009)
wow! So realistic
shell (Apr 2, 2010)
love it
drawn in 6 hours 4 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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open and Ceido (Jan 2, 2006)
hmm, I need to do something on the label + make the bottle look more realistic mabey. I think the top of the bottle needs more work.
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Ceido (Jan 2, 2006)
drawn in 45 min
added a glass and stoof
open (Jan 2, 2006)
drawn in 19 min
Not sure if this is better or worse. Looks a bit odd. But hey
flopsymopsy (Jan 2, 2006)
LOL, next time do Torville and Dean!
Ceido (Jul 14, 2006)
lol, oops. We forgot the top of the glass.
drawn in 1 hour 25 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Dec 27, 2005)
(One of my favorite Texans... and I was just thinking it's a good damn thing I don't have a "Clyde" right now.)

Bonnie Parker stood 4’11" in her stocking feet, weighed 90 pounds, had Shirley Temple-colored strawberry-blond ringlets, was freckle-faced and, according to those who knew her, was very pretty. Born October 1, 1910, in Rowena, Texas, her parents were hard working laborers plunked down in life among the lower caste. A good student in high school, she excelled in creative writing and displayed a dramatic flair for the arts. Her favorite color was red; when she could afford it, she wore fashionable clothes dominating that color. She loved hats of all kinds. As a child, her father died young and her mother was forced to bring her and her two siblings to Cement City, near Dallas, where they lived with Mrs. Parker’s parents. Married too young, at age 16, her immature rattle-brained husband wound up in the penitentiary a year later. For money, she was forced to become a waitress. Bored and poor, she knew life had something more to offer.
Clyde Chestnut Barrow stood 5’7," weighed 130 pounds, slicked back his thick brown hair in the style of the day, and parted it on the left. His eye color matched his hair. Women found him attractive. He came into this world as one of many children born to dirt-poor tenant farmer parents barely making a living on the cotton fields of Teleco, Texas. Moving with his parents, brothers and sisters to the Dallas outskirts, where his father ran a gas station (in which the family members crowded as one into a tiny back room), Clyde quickly learned to abhor poverty. Bored and poor, he too knew life had something more to offer.
Bonnie and Clyde were meant for each other. And they clung to each other while they fought back against the elements. These elements were destitution and a government they took for its face value. They were children of a nationwide economic depression that not unlike France in the late 1700s had its upheavals -- and those who tried to keep small the size and impact of the upheavals.
An anger dwelt within Clyde, having been born ragged and made more ragged by the Depression. He sometimes killed in cold blood, and always tried to justify the murders as if he had a right to pull that trigger, thus releasing somehow the seething that built up like a volcano deep inside him. Perhaps he actually believed in his own special privilege. As the fame of Bonnie and Clyde grew, they shot their way out of police loops, each time growing tighter and tighter, and claimed that the "laws" they killed just happened to get in the way between their fiery outcry and the rest of the country. Their killings were not personal, they contended. But, the government took them personal. And Bonnie and her man were marked for death.

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staci (Jan 2, 2006)
shhhhhhhhh people willstart to think we are getting along. it will interrupt the whole 2draw continuum.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 2, 2006)
oh yeah. *scowls and wiggles holster fingers*
darkshadow (Jan 4, 2006)
Ha-ha this is great I just saw a show on her by the history channel
It is said that she was not as bad as the police made her out to be and that they did not want to rob the people just the bank
They were known to give poor people packs of bills on the side of the road ;P
Cool pic Cindy…. this is on the press used to portray her as a killer but she really wasn't
SYTHE (Jan 4, 2006)
Excellent as always! This peace shows a particularly high level of attention to details. Very Nice!
drawn in 12 hours with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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frootcake (Dec 5, 2005)
birmingham snow storm taken from my friends k750i
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davincipoppalag (Dec 5, 2005)
Terrific picture here , froot. Cindy, you got your wish, you had that "somebody draw me a Birmingham" message on your yahoo,, and now frooty did it!
Axil62 (Dec 5, 2005)
finish soon please.
Rosemary (Dec 6, 2005)
looking great so far...cant wait for finish :)
flopsymopsy (Dec 18, 2005)
I live fairly close to the Grand Union Canal (south of B'ham), and this picture looks tremendous. The wrought ironwork in the foreground adds depth - I look forward to seeing this finished :)
drawn in 3 hours 56 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Nov 16, 2005)
A big, bad......WOOF!

Silly girl, should carry a pistol in that basket. duh.
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Kit714 (Dec 7, 2005)
Woah... Even if Little Red Riding Hood carried a pistol, I think she'd pet the wolf instead X3 Here doggy .... erm, wolfie! Here wolfie wolfie!
SYTHE (Dec 11, 2005)
HOLY JEAZE!! That's one mean puppy! Love your work. What's your secret for the hair effect?
DrsFan (edited Jun 27, 2006)
How in the WORLD did you do that O.O Its sooooooo AMAZING!Are u majic or something?
Tai_Chi (Mar 6, 2006)
drawn in 7 hours with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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Anna (Oct 19, 2005)
For Joseph.

The reference is a photo that my friend Joseph had from when he was in Iraq.
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Miss_DJ (Dec 10, 2005)
this is great Anna! It makes me pause and be thankful for their courage.
shining_star_sam (Apr 8, 2006)
fan-flippin-tastic... well done anna! <3
JK-Arts (Jun 16, 2007)
why isn't this shocased yet...
WolverineAlpha (May 26, 2021)
This looks very realistic.
drawn in 5 hours 36 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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DeadlyBlondeArcher (Oct 22, 2005)
imaginary friends are fun to have

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laurael (Oct 28, 2005)
I totally second that, Sin...wonderful idea!
sincity (Oct 28, 2005)
Move the pic into photoshop, or a different art/photo manipulation program and you can analyze its color Cindy. :} I still love it. :}
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited Jan 1, 2006)
I have photoshop, recently, but I haven't figured out how to use it yet... I'm too lazy (and it's hunting season lol)... and I hate all that technical stuff. Thanks all for the tips, though. Maybe someday I won't be too blonde to use them. ;)
SYTHE (Dec 11, 2005)
That's one spookie house...great job. I think a faint silouette of trees with a orangish yellow tint to the sky might add a sense of dept to the otherwise outstanding picture.
drawn in 11 hours 14 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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Anna (Sep 16, 2005)
No comment.
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sincity (Oct 7, 2005)
WOW!.....Just WOW. :}
Deino (Oct 18, 2005)
Great drawing, the reflection is very nicely done! The atmosphere is relaxing, quiet... :)
Amethysts (Oct 24, 2005)
sooo awesome...the thumbnail is the best XD
srarh1122 (Oct 25, 2005)
Are you sure that it is not a
drawn in 3 hours 12 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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Anna (Aug 19, 2005)
Dont wanna finish this.
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Caddris (Sep 1, 2005)
o___O You make me sad as an artist. That was a massive blow to my self confinence. I love the detail. It looks like a photo of a flamingo behind the black filter.
laurael (Sep 10, 2005)
Love the feather detail around the go, Anna! (I like your writing too...)
LasRever (Sep 12, 2005)
Oh so cool! I see your building up the suspense for the final unveiling. :) Heh do you have any of those plastic flamingos in your front lawn? I wonder who started that and why...
kejoco (Sep 26, 2006)
Why is this covered up???
Uncover it :D
drawn in 4 hours 8 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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Anna (Jun 13, 2005)
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milenka (Jun 16, 2005)
Cordelia_Pink (Jul 18, 2005)
SO hot. From shoulders to down. hehe
TaCO (Aug 3, 2005)
Looks alot alot like my older brother.
Durwin could be his stunt double.
NOVEMBER93 (Apr 22, 2006)
it's a good thing my friend morgan doesn't go to this website....she would go crazy if she ever saw this :D
drawn in 5 hours 27 min with Lascaux Sketch Classic
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