|Quoting Longhornmaniac (Reply 1):|
Just amazing. This is a very impressive piece of artwork. If you ever get around to making more, I'd love to see an AA impression of some sort. Hell, I'd buy one!
Again, fantastic work!
|Quoting EmiratesA380 (Reply 2):|
Do you have a copier/scanner? I'd really like to buy a copy from you.
|Quoting Midcon385 (Reply 3):|
Really impressive drawing! Fantastic work!
|Quoting PJFlysFast (Reply 4):|
Wow you have a real skill here! Can not wait to see your next masterpiece!
|Quoting Flyboyseven (Reply 6):|
WOW! That is amazing. I love to draw jets, and while mine are pretty good, they are nothing compared to that masterpiece. I am going to try to improve my skills so that i can get something like that going. The best things that i have drawn are a 762, 752, 738 that are all about 5 feet long. I did them down to the rivet, but did not add any shading or color. I have to try this now.
Did you look at photos and then sketch it out or what?
|Quoting Pl4nekr4zy (Reply 12):|
|Quoting FaxiTMA (Reply 21):|
Wow incredible, it looks amazingly realistic!! How many hours do you think you have committed for this piece?
|Quoting Pl4nekr4zy (Reply 7):|
This drawing was a long process, and lots of photos were involved of course. The Airliners.net photo database was an extremely helpful resource.