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  1. Re: Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    Thank you, Gray! Ever since I first saw a 1940 Ford Coupe I've loved the body style, especially the design of the headlamps and the 'chevron' tail lights. Soooo nostalgic!

    I would like to hone...
  2. Re: Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    Thanks, Larry.
  3. Re: Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    Thank you, Boy and Ross.

    The factory color depicted here was called 'florentine blue'.

    Both are older drawings, so they could use some updating, based on some techniques I've learned since...
  4. Re: Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    Thanks, Ross.
    Sure I have. Here's one example of a 1940 Ford Coupe. I posted this a long time ago, possibly in different colors.
  5. Re: Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    Thanks, Gary and Boy.
  6. Using an existing drawing as basis for a new drawing

    On occasion, I will take a drawing I've created and use it as a basis for a new, similar drawing. In this case, I've drawn a 1949 Chevrolet 3100 pickup by using an existing drawing of a 1949...
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