Christian Forums

Register a free account today to become a member! Once signed in, you'll be able to participate on this site by adding your own topics and posts, as well as connect with other members through your own private inbox!

  • Focus on the Family

    Strengthening families through biblical principles.

    Focus on the Family addresses the use of biblical principles in parenting and marriage to strengthen the family.

  • We stand with Ukraine. Please consider supporting Ukraine through a qualified organization.
  • Guest, Join Papa Zoom today for some uplifting biblical encouragement! --> Daily Verses
  • The Gospel of Jesus Christ

    Heard of "The Gospel"? Want to know more?

    There is salvation in no other, for there is not another name under heaven having been given among men, by which it behooves us to be saved."

Photographs Artworks

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
I didn't realize that there was already a thread for artwork but here's a couple of my own drawings. :) Recognize the first one?


IMG_20181008_064225.jpg




Let me give you a clue. :biggrin2






Now this second drawing shouldn't be that hard to figure out. :biggrin (I drew this a few years ago and hung up on the back of my bedroom door.)



IMG_20181008_064241 (1).jpg
 

jasonc

Member
Christian
Yes
Messages
44,176
Joined
Mar 11, 2014
Drawing not photos. I have plenty I could post chiefly one segregation era bar being razed.its story is connected to Aretha franklin and others.
 

Edward

2022 Supporter
From
USA
Gender
Male
Christian
Yes
Messages
15,442
Joined
Sep 18, 2012
Cool thread. I have a few to post. Not mine but hand drawn stuff of family...
After work though, lol
 

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
Here's some more of my artwork. :) Now I realize that this first picture isn't perfect but I think it turned out better than I thought it would.


IMG_20181009_153941.jpg







Here is the picture that I used as a model to draw it. :biggrin




Jessie.png
 

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
And here is a picture of Jasmine that I drew a little while ago after she ran away. :crying



IMG_20181009_154033.jpg






IMG_6766.jpg
 

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
Finally, here's just another Halloween drawing that I drew awhile ago.




IMG_20181009_154005 (1).jpg
 

Tessa

Member
From
UK
Gender
Female
Messages
5,658
Joined
Jan 15, 2018
You can draw much, much better than I can. Lovely kitties and your sense of humour shows in the last one.
 

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
You can draw much, much better than I can. Lovely kitties and your sense of humour shows in the last one.




Gee, thanks. I can't draw people very well at all though. I still think that I drew Jessie a little too long and a little too fat. Ah well, she's a chubster in real life anyways. :lol
 

evenifigoalone

Ari was here. Inactive account.
Member
From
ga
Gender
Female
Christian
Yes
Messages
12,033
Joined
May 22, 2012
I didn't realize that there was already a thread for artwork but here's a couple of my own drawings. :) Recognize the first one?


View attachment 6466




Let me give you a clue. :biggrin2






Now this second drawing shouldn't be that hard to figure out. :biggrin (I drew this a few years ago and hung up on the back of my bedroom door.)



View attachment 6467
Cute! I like the Stitch one.

Something that helps tremendously if you aren't doing it already, is to sketch the basic shapes before you outline. For example, the Dalmatian's nose would have a circle shape. You can sketch that before adding other details to it. The head would have a more square ish shape. The shapes act as a sort of guide and make your work easier.

It looks like you're drawing free hand, and you're doing pretty decent at getting the general shapes that way. You can improve even more and probably faster by sketching out the basic shapes beforehand.
 

HeIsRisen2018

Dramione love 3333
Member
From
USA
Gender
Female
Messages
18,527
Joined
Dec 29, 2017
Cute! I like the Stitch one.

Something that helps tremendously if you aren't doing it already, is to sketch the basic shapes before you outline. For example, the Dalmatian's nose would have a circle shape. You can sketch that before adding other details to it. The head would have a more square ish shape. The shapes act as a sort of guide and make your work easier.

It looks like you're drawing free hand, and you're doing pretty decent at getting the general shapes that way. You can improve even more and probably faster by sketching out the basic shapes beforehand.




Umm,.. thanks. I can't say for sure whether or not that I'm doing it already but every time I draw something I either look at or think about the shape.
 

Edward

2022 Supporter
From
USA
Gender
Male
Christian
Yes
Messages
15,442
Joined
Sep 18, 2012
Ok, I said I'd share some artwork so here are two. I found these stashed away in the attic or a closet and they both hand painted on...some kind of steel. Almost like an old piece of an old refrigerator cabinet or something? I don't know how old they are or who painted them. My dad was not an artist. His mom wasn't either as far as I know. They could be 50, 60, 100 years old, I don't know.

But they're nice.
 

Edward

2022 Supporter
From
USA
Gender
Male
Christian
Yes
Messages
15,442
Joined
Sep 18, 2012
File too large. Let me see what I can do...lol

What's an easy way to resize pictures?
What size should it be max to post to the forum?
 
Top