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steveandjoe (Aug 18, 2007)
kinda looks like me, but i think i look like i'm about to barf, so i have to make some adjustments.
12 comments – latest 4:
Miss_DJ (Aug 19, 2007)
sweet eyes. great skin tone colors! you 'both' draw nicely.
TheCrimsonKing (edited Aug 24, 2007)
It's funny to me because your weight here is so low, it's not understood just how talented you are.
Let's get them up to date.
Steve's Murals

This looks just like you steve!
solo_mob (Sep 9, 2007)
fine color mixing is an incredible talent, in my experience. You've done an impressive job here, (and perhaps more impressively in those murals. IRL mediums are so fickle.)
This is a strong start.
shining_star_sam (Oct 16, 2007)
You look dishy :P I like how you used the green background to bring out your eyes. Well done.
drawn in 1 hour 6 min with Oekaki Shi-Painter
Public Boards/Beginner 
CantDrawThat (Oct 15, 2007)
My first draw.. so just playing about..
8 comments – latest 4:
fleeting_memory (edited Oct 15, 2007)
makes me think of Build-a-Bear. Welcome to 2draw!
enjoydotcom (Oct 15, 2007)
That bear. Makes me want to fix it. Looks like it has been loved to bits.
And you will be just fine here.
CantDrawThat (Oct 15, 2007)
aww ty xx so friendly here x I love Build-A-Bear..i have sooo many myself
Sweetcell (Oct 15, 2007)
This is so cute. Here in Winnipeg there's a Chidlren's festival for Teddy Bears where kids can bring in their old and battered bears and have them fixed by a bear doctor. Kids learn a bit about medicine as well. I wanna fix him. And how cute the stuffing he's holding and his foot pad are in hearts. What's your sig on doodledraw? I'm XanaS there.
drawn in 3 hours 5 min with Lascaux Sketch
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Sweetcell (Oct 7, 2007)

Made him stumpy. Damn glasses.
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JillJJ (Oct 8, 2007)
This has a pen and ink feel, the trees in the background are amazing and I can't see anything at all wrong with the glasses. I like it! Jillj
shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
Very nice sweetcell! What's his number? lol jk.
HolyCow (Oct 14, 2007)
I like the feel of this picture :)
I've always liked this style, and the trees in the background look really neat.

As for your comment on the glasses, to me it more seems that the angle of the nose is just a smidge off which in turn makes the sunglasses seem like they're at a funny angle or broken or something.
I think maybe if you adjusted the nose ever so slightly towards his left lens (our right) it would look less "stumpy" hehe :)

Sorry if that didn't make much sense, but I tried.

Good job, though. I really like this :D
Sweetcell (Oct 14, 2007)
No it does make sense HC, the nose in the picture is at a strange angle and hard to capture. I have to try another one of these.

drawn in 57 min with Lascaux Sketch
Public Boards/Beginner 
Wraith (Aug 13, 2007)
Practice. Ref Used.. Not as good as ref.
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shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
good job. a lot of basic goes a long way.
mayfield84 (Dec 14, 2011)
Goodin for sure!
Wraith (Apr 24, 2014)
drawn in 12 min
Wraith (Apr 24, 2014)
drawn in 12 min
drawn in 4 hours 11 min with Lascaux Sketch
Specialty Boards/Elite Bastards 
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jul 12, 2007)
This is from a beautiful photograph Dave took. (as most of his photographs are... exceptionally beautiful) I'm happy that he gave me permission to paint it, I enjoyed it so.

Thank you for sharing it with me, Dave. :)

I took an intermission between revisions and went to Surfside Beach for a week. :D
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Anna (Nov 8, 2007)
this bad boy is so getting nominated! the colors are amazing and it's so realistically bright that i feel the need to squint my eyes a bit.
JK-Arts (Nov 8, 2007)
Thats a wow for sure.
vlad.the.hamster (Mar 20, 2011)
I know this is old, but for some reason I haven't seen this before and it's just so GORGEOUS. I'm in awe of the colors.
soumesoup (Nov 11, 2012)
lovely <3
drawn in 12 hours with Lascaux Sketch
Public Boards/Intermediate 
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Aug 23, 2007)
Dean Kelsey Wylie

April 1, 1912 - August 14, 2007

I attended the funeral of my Great Uncle Dean last week, who passed away at the age of 95. He was one of the last remaining true cowboys. He worked and managed a ranch until he retired. Anybody that had any kind of ranching question for miles around would call on Uncle Dean, he always had the answer.

It was a “graveside only” service in a very small, very old cemetery - the kind that if you happen to pass by on a dirt road way out in the country, you might think it were a forgotten place, with the old, tiny deserted white church at the top of the hill and the randomly scattered tombstones below, some of which are merely natural rocks with no inscription on them. Most of the people buried there are my family.

When I was choosing what to wear for the funeral, I picked out a pair of black pants, a black shirt, pearls and conservative black heels… I haven’t ever worn pants to a funeral, but I somehow felt it was the right thing to wear this time. When I arrived, the lane and the area by the old church at the top of the hill was lined with almost nothing but dusty trucks, and when I looked down into the cemetery, I saw a group of people, almost all of whom I am related to…. Many cowboy hats, all of the men in their jeans and boots, and most of the women were wearing black pants, with the exception of a few very elderly women in dresses. There were a number of little girls, my nieces included, wearing pretty pastel dresses and running and playing under the oak trees. One of my Uncle Dean’s great granddaughters was wearing a pretty yellow dress and was squatting on the ground, looking at something, her sun -streaked brown hair glistened while her skirt fanned out perfectly around her, and from where I stood I thought how she looked like a big sunflower, and with my nieces flitting around her in pink and blue, they looked like little butterflies.

When I reached the bottom of the hill, my little brother turned around and grinned, and said “Hi, Big Sister”, we hugged, and then after being squeezed around the legs by my nieces and hugging my nephew, I endured the dragging around by my mother and being re-introduced to all of my cousins, old and young, for the umpteenth jillionth time… and the “You remember when you were three and you two did this and that….” and of course we smiled, nodded, and pretended to remember.

This was my Mammy’s older brother, he was exactly ten years her senior, and she thought he hung the moon. I made my way to her, and we held each other for a while, and she told me a story about them feeding the horses when he was 15 and she was 5 and she got mad at him and hit him with the feed bucket and he good -naturedly said, “Now, Olie, stop being ugly and mean, and come ride my horse with me”, and he put her on the horse and took her riding. She tells many stories of how good natured and what a good brother he was. I only knew him as an older man, but I never saw him when he wasn’t laughing, joking, or telling a funny cowboy story.

The service began with everyone removing their hats, and it was short and sweet. Some storm clouds rolled over and threatened rain, it was dark for a short time, but they rolled right along, gave way to the sun and not a drop spilled from the sky. Some of the older women opened their colorful umbrellas and used them as parasols to block the sun. The preacher told about how Dean and his wife, Beth, were in the same nursing home for a short time (they were in the same room), shortly before Beth passed away she said to Dean “I’m getting really tired, I don’t think I can do this much longer.” He said, “You go right along, honey, I’ll be right behind you.“ She "went right along" not much after that, and he passed away exactly five months later.

The preacher read some of Dean's favorite passages from the Bible, told how he enjoyed leading the singing at church, and then we sang his two favorite songs, "Trust and Obey", and "Just Over in the Glory Land". He then read what Beth had written about her husband before she died. She wrote “Dean loved his children and his grandchildren, he loved playing dominoes with them. He loved his horses and his dogs, and he loved coconut banana cake, and he really loved his chewing tobacco."

The preacher then closed his Bible, looked up from it at us, grinned and said “So, the moral of this story is, if you chew tobacco, you might live to be 95, too. Let us pray.” We all laughed and bowed our heads, and after “Amen”, all the hats went up in perfect timing and found their respective places as if it were choreographed that way, the children immediately broke free and began to play again. The casket was opened and I was happy to see he was going with his hat in his hand.

As we made our way back up the hill and to our trucks to go to the church to see who would be first to get to the fried chicken…. I looked back down the hill at the straggling children who were being called to come along by their mothers, and the little girl in the yellow dress was spinning around happily and laughing, her skirt flying out around her…and I thought…. All great cowboys should be sent to heaven with laughing, twirling sunflowers.

It was the first funeral I ever attended where I didn’t shed a tear. And then I laughed because at the church my Daddy was serving as one of the “tea ladies”, and after I asked which was the sweet tea and he just grinned and pointed, I said “Daddy, you make a good “tea lady”.

Until we meet again, Uncle Dean. :)

10 comments – latest 4:
shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
Sorry for your hard time. Beautiful drawing.
SneakyWalter (Oct 18, 2007)
Really reminds of why I'm on this earth. Thanks.
Nice Flowers, by the way.
Sketcher_V (Nov 16, 2007)
amazing and breathtaking, the colors, i love them. The feeling, the emotion is perfectly captured, you are a master of your own style
foxman8245 (Dec 18, 2007)
very warm.. nice :-)
drawn in 4 hours 25 min with Lascaux Sketch
davincipoppalag (Sep 8, 2007)
You would think they would make one like this
25 comments – latest 4:
shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
Fantastic job!
davincipoppalag (Oct 15, 2007)
Thanks Samantha!
shell (Apr 7, 2010)
Hey he's flippin me off. Naughty Mickey...
davincipoppalag (Apr 9, 2010)
Lol..he's being "digital"
drawn in 4 hours 35 min with Lascaux Sketch
davincipoppalag (Sep 30, 2007)
From another photo of mine
12 comments – latest 4:
JillJJ (Sep 30, 2007)
Beautiful beautiful beautiful and congratulations on the contest Dave! Jilly
davincipoppalag (Sep 30, 2007)
Thanks Helena and Jilly
shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
I really like this. You're getting better and better by the draw David! -hugs- Nice to be back.
davincipoppalag (Oct 15, 2007)
Thanks Sam!
drawn in 1 hour 2 min with Lascaux Sketch
shining_star_sam (Sep 23, 2007)
My attempt at a comeback :P
13 comments – latest 4:
Mal (Oct 15, 2007)
Nice drawing
shining_star_sam (Oct 15, 2007)
Thank you! :D Someone did give me a little direction so yeah. Imogen Heap! I like that song by her from Chronicles of Narnia lol "I can't take it in" that's a gooder :)
Pantera (Oct 16, 2007)
Very nice, welcome back :)
shining_star_sam (Oct 16, 2007)
drawn in 3 hours 49 min with Lascaux Sketch
hideyourface (Oct 13, 2007)
uh huh
4 comments – latest 4:
davincipoppalag (Oct 13, 2007)
This one is very cool! It has a 3D quality and it's spooky as hell. It looks like he's holding his face in his right hand.
Wraith (Oct 13, 2007)
Wow! Like something from Silent Hill. Creepy atmosphere.
shining_star_sam (Oct 14, 2007)
Nice drawing. I like how he's faceless. Leaves to the imagination. Hmm... I'd hit it. lol jk :P
thesolarwinds (Oct 14, 2007)
oh wow, I love this. the body is awesome and well done! as always wonderful!
drawn in 28 min with Lascaux Sketch
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