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Trying a New Technique - Porsche 911 991.2 GT3 RS in Lizard Green

I don't like this drawing. The graininess, the fuzziness of the reflections, the color, everything. I don't like it. But then why would I write an article about it? This drawing was a huge tipping point in my drawing process. Just like the previous drawing I wrote about, this drawing was also very much an experiment. I wanted to try out a new technique and see how it worked and also learn from it.

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My First Colored Pencil Drawing - Porsche 911 991.2 GT2 RS in Red

I made this drawing of a Porsche 991.2 GT2 RS as it was one of my favorite cars at the time. I drew it from a photo I found on Instagram. I made this drawing mostly to try my new colored pencils, so I wasn't trying to make it a fully detailed, hyperrealistic drawing. It was more of an experiment and it was quite a successful one I think, even though it didn't turn out 100% how I wanted. This drawing was my first time drawing with colored pencils. Before this drawing I used alcohol markers to create my drawings.

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Zenvo TS1 GT in Lime Green

This drawing is my favorite alcohol marker drawing I have made. The color, the blending, the details, the precision, the dedication. I love everything about it. And it's definitely a milestone for me in my drawing journey.

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Porsche 911 991.2 Turbo S Exclusive Series

This drawing of a Porsche 911 Turbo S Exclusive Series is the 5th realistic drawing I've made and I finished it around November 2017. And just like the previous drawing I wrote an article on, this is one of my favorite drawings I've made. But unlike the previous one, I do like this one because of how it turned out and how detailed it is.

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Lamborghini Huracan in Verde Mantis

This drawing of a Lamborghini Huaracan in Verde Mantis is the second realistic drawing I've made and I finished it in May 2017. This is one of the drawings I'm most proud of. Not because it looks extraordinarily good, but because of the techniques I used.

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