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Glock 19 drawing

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by drawsing, Feb 25, 2005.

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  1. drawsing

    drawsing

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    Hello,

    I am new to the board and to the world of Glocks. I own a Taurus revolver now, but I am looking forward to purchasing a Glock 19. A friend let me take some reference photos of his Glock and I did a pen and ink drawing. I normally do watercolor landscapes, but since I got my carry permit, I have started drawing guns. It was not until I was halfway through drawing this that I realized from this forum that I had gotten lucky and was drawing the most popular Glock. Anyway, I am thinking about making prints of it and selling them if I detect any interest. So feel free to critique it. Be brutal. It is 9 x 12 inches.

    <img src="http://www.jeffatnip.com/paintings/glock19s.jpg">
     
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    Hey what's up. I would love to give you some input but I can't seem to find the drawings????
     

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    Hey that's pretty good, it would be a lot cooler if it was a 3rd gen though! : )
     
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    Wow! That is incredible, you are very talented indeed!:)
     
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    Okay I have gone ahead and posted this as limited edition prints for sale in the Misc. gun stuff for sale forum.
     
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    I agree
     
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    Excuse my ignorance, but which generation did I draw?
     
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    Looks like a 2nd generation. 3rd generation has finger grooves.
     
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    Thats VERY nice work you should talk to Eric the forum owner about becoming a sponsor I think you would make a nice chunk of change here :cool:

    Just remember who gave you the idea :)
     
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    Damn man, you can draw really freaking good!!!
     
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    drawsing,

    I want to preface my critique by saying your drawing is great and there is no way I could do anything close to that ever. But you asked for a critique and I did have some first impressions.

    My only real critique has to do with the background. When I first saw the picture I thought the G19 was laying on some kind of purse or pouch and that the holster was the closure flap. The background pattern on the left side of the gun being different from that on the right (to me) made it look like part of the holster. If all the background or none of it was shaded I think the holster and gun would stand out a bit more. I think that if you want to sell your prints you should do a drawing of the third generation as I think there are more of them on the market. To me this looks like a cross between a third and second gen. based on having an accessory rail and no finger groves. Check out this like for more info on generations. http://www.glockfaq.com/picsmisc.htm#3frames

    Keep'em coming I envy people with artistic talent.
    DD