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    Default My Old TF Battle Scene

    Been sorting through a lot of old possessions and came across this sketch I did in the late 80s of third season Transformers characters: https://www.flickr.com/photos/725155...7673654823481/

    It was drawn on a manila folder in which I kept notes for a short-lived Transformers role-play game.

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    Reminds me of drawings I would do, but your figures are more detailed than my used to be.

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    Very Cool!
    My Fan interview with Big Trev

    my original collection from when I was more impressionable.
    My Current Collection Pics (Changing on occasion)

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    Aw, Dan this is delightful. Thanks for sharing
    "The Decepticons keep bad company - each other!" - Jazz, G2

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    Your understanding of perspective drawing at a young age was top notch!

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    Thanks all.

    By that age (teens) I mostly used pencils for colour but with this used markers. I think that is because Transformers lend themselves to vibrant in-your-face colour. The energy blasts and explosions work particularly well with markers.
    Last edited by Dan; 14th November 2019 at 07:38 PM.

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    That is awesome! My attempts to draw transformers as a kid were not very successful... no artist in me at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider View Post
    That is awesome! My attempts to draw transformers as a kid were not very successful... no artist in me at all.
    I reckon a lot of creativity can come from posing those toys, arranging them in scenes and such, or photographing them.

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