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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    I agree Ron, I like the wheels turned.

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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Thanks, Big Frank and Gray.
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Ron,

    I do not like the wheels turned as much. IN the other drawing the front tires show depth because you see the tread and side of the tire but with them turned I feel the tires give a flat look. I think the original drawing has more detail.

    Ray

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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Quote Originally Posted by RKissane View Post
    Ron,

    I do not like the wheels turned as much. IN the other drawing the front tires show depth because you see the tread and side of the tire but with them turned I feel the tires give a flat look. I think the original drawing has more detail.

    Ray
    Thanks for your observation, Ray.
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    I am a long-term big fan of yours, Ron. I have not posted in you threads for a while because I ran out of superlatives some time ago.
    Now I see that was stupid, whatever I say is heartfelt, so I will say it anyway, your work in this thread is stunning, the attention to detail, the extras, like the reflection in the windshield and the matching lady with the parasol and hat are just so perfect.

    A burgundy one for me please, Ron!

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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Keep the 3D comin', Mr. Ron! The eye for detail, shading, all of it...I just get drawn into these...(no pun intended, but I'm suppose it works)
    lots of my xara-made stuff ends up on my tumblr. NOT ALWAYS SAFE FOR WORK BUT MOSTLY IS

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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Quote Originally Posted by hseiken View Post
    Keep the 3D comin', Mr. Ron! The eye for detail, shading, all of it...I just get drawn into these...(no pun intended, but I'm suppose it works)
    Thanks, Hseiken.
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    Default Re: Early 20th Century Automobile

    Quote Originally Posted by RKissane View Post
    Ron,

    I do not like the wheels turned as much. IN the other drawing the front tires show depth because you see the tread and side of the tire but with them turned I feel the tires give a flat look. I think the original drawing has more detail.

    Ray
    Ok, Ray...
    I got some time here, so I went back and reduced the turn of the front wheels and tires. (which took some doing) That allowed me to show the tread of the tire. So now, I've got the interest of the slightly turned front wheels as well as the tire tread showing.

    Better?

    P.S.
    Don't worry about the color. I can change that to any color needed/wanted.
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