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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 9:57am



 GeneP59 wrote:
I got a lot of those supplies in storage from my days as a technical illustrator back in the days of doing isometric drawings with  impeccable inking.  

What would take me a week to do I could do in a day with CAD. 
  I still miss doing it by hand though.

You should be able to knock those images out in Illustrator with the duotone plug-in.
 

What I was really really after, was for all of the clipart to be stylistically similar. So in reality I should have re-drawn everything to "match" the smoker. But for the golfer, I drew a ball-on-tee icon that felt the same but it was shot down in favor of the silhouette of a  guy swinging a club. At which point I said okeydoke and let go.
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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 9:38am

I got a lot of those supplies in storage from my days as a technical illustrator back in the days of doing isometric drawings with  impeccable inking.  
What would take me a week to do I could do in a day with CAD.   I still miss doing it by hand though.

You should be able to knock those images out in Illustrator with the duotone plug-in.
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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 9:22am



 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:

 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

 
Nice! It actually need(ed) to be a lot simpler than that, too. So I wound up just drawing one that was deemed good enough. I hadn't put enough of a kink in the smokestack at first ;-)




 
That's cool.  It's an odd object to simplify with it still being recognizable as what it's supposed to be, but that works.

 

Yeah the Brinkmann is a barrel, not squared off at the bottom, but viewed straight on, it becomes a rectangle like the firebox did, so ...liberties were taken. 
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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 9:20am



 cc_rider wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

 
I learned to do mechanical drawings with pen and ink, on vellum. Even though 2D CAD was pretty commonplace (80's), the boss didn't like it, and insisted you had to be able to think in 3D and draw in 2. Absolutely invaluable.
c.

 
Yeah, engineers and draftsmen used to use that vellum as well - it guess a lot of them still do because it's still available for sale.  The polypropylene vellum is probably preferred for things like large floor plans and schematics because it's durable and it doesn't tear.

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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 9:14am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:


 Proclivities wrote:

 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

 
Nice! It actually need(ed) to be a lot simpler than that, too. So I wound up just drawing one that was deemed good enough. I hadn't put enough of a kink in the smokestack at first ;-)




 
That's cool.  It's an odd object to simplify with it still being recognizable as what it's supposed to be, but that works.

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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 8:56am



 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:

 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

 
I learned to do mechanical drawings with pen and ink, on vellum. Even though 2D CAD was pretty commonplace (80's), the boss didn't like it, and insisted you had to be able to think in 3D and draw in 2. Absolutely invaluable.
c.

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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 8:55am



 Proclivities wrote:


 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I need an illustrator to draw 5 icons to be carved on a tombstone. I can easily find clip art but none that are all in the same style. They want a golfer and a fly fisherman, plus grilling tools, a mortar and pestle, and a smoker/grill. The people icons are getting too detailed for stone work, and the tools are all like blueprints. 

This is the example of the fisherman they like:
Which is fine, but then we get to the smoker they like:
So I need the smoker redrawn to match the feel of the fisherman, or both redrawn to a similar style, but also, at 5" across, the smoker would be much more dominant. Any suggestions?
 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

 
Nice! It actually need(ed) to be a lot simpler than that, too. So I wound up just drawing one that was deemed good enough. I hadn't put enough of a kink in the smokestack at first ;-)




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Posted: Sep 14, 2020 - 7:39am



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I need an illustrator to draw 5 icons to be carved on a tombstone. I can easily find clip art but none that are all in the same style. They want a golfer and a fly fisherman, plus grilling tools, a mortar and pestle, and a smoker/grill. The people icons are getting too detailed for stone work, and the tools are all like blueprints. 

This is the example of the fisherman they like:
Which is fine, but then we get to the smoker they like:
So I need the smoker redrawn to match the feel of the fisherman, or both redrawn to a similar style, but also, at 5" across, the smoker would be much more dominant. Any suggestions?
 

Something like this rough sketch below maybe?  I've seen illustrations done by apps or add-ons that simulate woodcuts or scratchboard like this site.  
The drawing below done on Borden & Riley Denril Multi-Media Vellum, which is a polypropylene translucent tracing vellum; it doesn't absorb ink, which allows you to scratch it off where necessary - once it dries.  It's really expensive stuff these days but I still have a couple of partial 14" x 17" pads of it from years ago (which are now like $32.00 apiece!).  I think it used to be used primarily by architects in the pre-CAD days - they would buy it by the roll, but I used to use it for mundane product illustrations and figured out that simulated wood-cut method with it a while back.  I have larger TIFF files of it if you need it.

Proclivities

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Posted: Aug 19, 2020 - 1:14pm



 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I need an illustrator to draw 5 icons to be carved on a tombstone. I can easily find clip art but none that are all in the same style. They want a golfer and a fly fisherman, plus grilling tools, a mortar and pestle, and a smoker/grill. The people icons are getting too detailed for stone work, and the tools are all like blueprints. 

This is the example of the fisherman they like:
Which is fine, but then we get to the smoker they like:
So I need the smoker redrawn to match the feel of the fisherman, or both redrawn to a similar style, but also, at 5" across, the smoker would be much more dominant. Any suggestions?
 
I think some sort of heavy outline ink "sketch" or a scratchboard/engraving style drawing of the smoker - with smoke coming out of the chimney could work, but it seems like no matter how you render that smoker at that size it'll end up looking like some sort of old-time steam train.   Once it's engraved into granite it may not even be identifiable as anything, though I guess with laser engraving they can do a lot of details and stuff.
I've seen stones with laser-engraved "photos" of the deceased - they're pretty creepy.
I'll try and noodle around with rendering a smoker like that and let you know what I come up with.  I have some old art instruction book that has drawings of a fly fisherman in it - I'll have to try and find that book.

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Posted: Aug 19, 2020 - 10:48am

That first paragraph makes a damn fine obituary on its own. Wouldn't mind that for myself, apart from the golf bit.

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
I need an illustrator to draw 5 icons to be carved on a tombstone. I can easily find clip art but none that are all in the same style. They want a golfer and a fly fisherman, plus grilling tools, a mortar and pestle, and a smoker/grill. The people icons are getting too detailed for stone work, and the tools are all like blueprints. 

This is the example of the fisherman they like:
Which is fine, but then we get to the smoker they like:
So I need the smoker redrawn to match the feel of the fisherman, or both redrawn to a similar style, but also, at 5" across, the smoker would be much more dominant. Any suggestions?
 


ScottFromWyoming

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Posted: Aug 19, 2020 - 10:34am

I need an illustrator to draw 5 icons to be carved on a tombstone. I can easily find clip art but none that are all in the same style. They want a golfer and a fly fisherman, plus grilling tools, a mortar and pestle, and a smoker/grill. The people icons are getting too detailed for stone work, and the tools are all like blueprints. 

This is the example of the fisherman they like:
Which is fine, but then we get to the smoker they like:
So I need the smoker redrawn to match the feel of the fisherman, or both redrawn to a similar style, but also, at 5" across, the smoker would be much more dominant. Any suggestions?
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Posted: Jul 8, 2019 - 9:54am


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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:30am

 miamizsun wrote:


The Salvation Army in Area 51 needs your help.

Please send a dollar to Manbird.

 
"Put a nickle in the drum,
Save an interstellar bum"

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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:13am



The Salvation Army in Area 51 needs your help.

Please send a dollar to Manbird.
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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:10am

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No, Thank You!

 
{#Hug}Well, I'm not just doing it for myself. I'm also doing it for my share of the "profits".

 
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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:07am

 Manbird wrote:

We've had so much love and support - so quickly! We've already raised 58%!!! Amazing!
Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!  Everybody!!!

 

No, Thank You!
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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:03am

 Red_Dragon wrote:

photoshopped

 
We've had so much love and support - so quickly! We've already raised 58%!!! Amazing!
Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!  Everybody!!!
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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 9:01am

 Manbird wrote:
• • • P L E A S E H E L P H E R • • •

This poem was written by a young girl in a New York Hospital. 
It was sent to me by a real medical doctor. 
Make sure to read what is in the closing 
statement AFTER THE POEM. 

SLOW DANCE 

Have you ever watched a donkey chase a merry-go-round, 
or listened to rain rickrolling the ground? 

Ever followed a caterpillar's elbow-skin flight,
or stared into the sun in the middle of the night? 

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
time is short, the music won't last. 

Do you run through each day on the fly, 
when you ask "How are you?", can you see with your eye? 

When the day is done, do you lie in your bed, 
with the next hundred chores running through your thick head? 

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
you pants are too short, the music won't last. 

Ever told your young child, we'll do it tomorrow, 
toothpaste, x-ray, see his sorrow? 

Ever lost touch, let a friendship die, 
'cause you never had time to borrow his car?

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
you paycheck is short, the music won't last. 

When you run so fast or comb your thin hair, 
you miss half the fun of getting there. 

When you worry and hurry throughout your day, 
it's like an unwanted gag gift being thrown away. 

Life isn't a race, ace, so take it slower, 
hear the music before your dinner is over. 

-With love, Amy Bruce 

Dear All: 

PLEASE pass this poem on to everybody you know. It is the request of a special little girl who will soon leave this horrid world as she has Snopes Syndrome. Please send this to everyone you know or don't know. 

This little girl has a shortish time left to live, and as her final wish, she wanted to send a letter telling everyone to live their life to the fullest, since she never will or might not. She'll never make it to prom maybe, graduate from high school, or get married and have a family of her own, possibly. 

By you sending this to as many people as possible, you can give her and her family a little jug of hope, because with every name that this is sent to, The Snopes Research Society will donate 3 cents per name to her treatment and recovery plan. One guy sent this to 500 people! So I know that we can send it to at least 5 or 6... 

Just think it could be you one day. It's not even your money, just your time! 

PLEASE PASS ON AS A POSSIBLE LAST REQUEST 

Dr. Dennis Shields, Professor 
Department of Snopes Research and Molecular Biology 
1300 Morris Park Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10461


 
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Posted: Mar 18, 2013 - 8:59am

• • • P L E A S E H E L P H E R • • •

This poem was written by a young girl in a New York Hospital. 
It was sent to me by a real medical doctor. 
Make sure to read what is in the closing 
statement AFTER THE POEM. 

SLOW DANCE 

Have you ever watched a donkey chase a merry-go-round, 
or listened to rain rickrolling the ground? 

Ever followed a caterpillar's elbow-skin flight,
or stared into the sun in the middle of the night? 

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
time is short, the music won't last. 

Do you run through each day on the fly, 
when you ask "How are you?", can you see with your eye? 

When the day is done, do you lie in your bed, 
with the next hundred chores running through your thick head? 

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
you pants are too short, the music won't last. 

Ever told your young child, we'll do it tomorrow, 
toothpaste, x-ray, see his sorrow? 

Ever lost touch, let a friendship die, 
'cause you never had time to borrow his car?

You better slow down, don't dance so fast, 
you paycheck is short, the music won't last. 

When you run so fast or comb your thin hair, 
you miss half the fun of getting there. 

When you worry and hurry throughout your day, 
it's like an unwanted gag gift being thrown away. 

Life isn't a race, ace, so take it slower, 
hear the music before your dinner is over. 

-With love, Amy Bruce 

Dear All: 

PLEASE pass this poem on to everybody you know. It is the request of a special little girl who will soon leave this horrid world as she has Snopes Syndrome. Please send this to everyone you know or don't know. 

This little girl has a shortish time left to live, and as her final wish, she wanted to send a letter telling everyone to live their life to the fullest, since she never will or might not. She'll never make it to prom maybe, graduate from high school, or get married and have a family of her own, possibly. 

By you sending this to as many people as possible, you can give her and her family a little jug of hope, because with every name that this is sent to, The Snopes Research Society will donate 3 cents per name to her treatment and recovery plan. One guy sent this to 500 people! So I know that we can send it to at least 5 or 6... 

Just think it could be you one day. It's not even your money, just your time! 

PLEASE PASS ON AS A POSSIBLE LAST REQUEST 

Dr. Dennis Shields, Professor 
Department of Snopes Research and Molecular Biology 
1300 Morris Park Avenue 
Bronx, New York 10461



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Posted: Mar 26, 2010 - 3:05pm

 hobiejoe wrote:


This post has been corrected by the Peoples Liberation Front of Devon, no wait, the Devon Peoples Popular Liberation Front. I think.
 
POWER TO THE PEOPLE YOKELS!
 
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