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    Class 484

    A Class 484 on test at Fareham on a hot sunny afternoon. These trains are replacing the old 483 Units that have carried out over 30 x years of service on the Isle of Wight (after 50 x years on the London Underground).

    © Tim Penycate

  4. Hello and welcome to artfreaks.com!

    You are now in the Full Members group, so you should be able to upload images and post in the Forums etc. without having to wait for Admin approval.

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  5. A warm Summer day at Eastleigh and a Shunting Signal is glimpsed through the trees.

    © Tim Penycate

  6. FunkyBoy

    Tiefling Theif

    I thought you were joking! Aha! Yeah Dungeons and Dragons my dude
  7. Been silent for a while, big update just got a new laptop FINALLY! So expect much larger, more detailed, better work :P

    1. smb


      'Looking  forward to seeing it!

  8. A heavy rain shower is seconds away with the late evening sun shining onto the dark clouds and producing a beautiful rainbow.

    © Tim Penycate

  9. A "Full Moon" rises over the Hogmoor Inclosure in Hampshire.

    © Tim Penycate

  10. Looking towards Ropley, the Signals stand resolutely at "Stop/Danger" on a beautiful Summer day.

    © Tim Penycate

  11. Schools Class 30925 runs round its train at Alresford.

    © Tim Penycate

  12. Approaching Ropley from Alton on a Sunny, hot June afternoon.

    © Tim Penycate

  13. A hot Sunny June afternoon on the foot crossing at the "Country End" of Ropley Station on the Watercress Line in Hampshire.

    © Tim Penycate

  14. smb

    Tiefling Theif

    Wait... 'Got it! Dungeons an Dragons! Good old Google! https://dnd.wizards.com/
  15. smb

    Tiefling Theif

    DnD?? Let me guess... Death and Destruction? Or what?
  16. FunkyBoy

    Other Work

    Some of the other stuff I've done, including personal work and fan art.
  17. Hello and welcome to artfreaks.com!

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  18. Thanks for your input on this article. It's really good to have some feedback and discussion here on artfreaks.com. It can get lonely talking to oneself a lot of the time! So thank you again - and please keep it up!
  19. I still don't think that's quite the right way to approach it regardless of if people think they can't draw, as you said the initial hurdle is having the courage to try and the fortitude to keep at it! I don't really understand how ignoring al the very basic rules under the pretence that they "Cant Draw" so instead go around the core fundamentals will teach anyone anything but, look for short cuts and things to make learning through practice "easier". IT may just be I dont fully grasp this concept, being Autistic, I struggle with some specific ways of thinking. I mean if it works for peo
  20. You have to pluck up the courage to get started in the first place!!! With these methods, people who think they "can't draw" will invariable find out that they can. No matter how bad they think they are at art, if they follow even some of the methods described in the book, they will find that they can achieve passable results that they will be quite pleased with. And then they can take it from there...
  21. I think this method was designed for people who tend to draw the conceptualized images, especially for the parts of human anatomy, that are held in some people's brains - rather than what is actually in front of their eyes? So, basically, it is a way of tricking the part of the mind that can get in the way when people who claim that they 'can't draw to save their lives' - especially when it comes to people and non-human animals. In short, this is most definitely not a book for accomplished artists, like yourself. I think it was intended for people who would love to be able to draw and pai
  22. FunkyBoy


    I paint tiny plastic men to fill the void in my soul where my creativity was.
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