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    Abit astray.....

    this is perhaps a bit off topic but still loosely pertains (if it needs to be moved to another forum - understandable) I thought that perhaps some of my fellow LF APUGers would appreciate this.

    I was sitting in some "training" yesterday for a good 9 hours, as I had done some intensive DV editing I was there as the AV and trouble shooting guy.... so I spent much of my time writting/sketching in my journal (thankfully that meant there were no issues with the presentation).

    one of my quick sketches that I thought some of my fellow view camera aficionados would appreciate.


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    This is just lovely.. My hands are useless when it comes to drawing and painting.. mine are made to trip the shutter and pluck my guitar strings.

    This would look great on a APUG based T-shirt!! I sure would get one.

    cheers

    Deniz

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    Wonderful drawing. Wind must have blew the darkcloth away!
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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    Wonderful drawing. Wind must have blew the darkcloth away!
    haha
    I think this particular LF shooter just is poor and cant afford a dark cloth.

    maybe my sketches are more autobiographical than I had previously thought



    thanks for the kind words. just thought I would share some lightheartedness.

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    Don't hesitate to post more camera drawings!
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    Nicely done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deniz
    This would look great on a APUG based T-shirt!! I sure would get one.
    Talk 'bout T-shirts: I want some T's. Aren't we going to make some T's? Or are there already T's made?

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    Nice drawing - T-shirt for sure! Or maybe we can start a photo-drawing thread.
    Where's my old set of drawing pencils?! Man, they must be covered with a couple of inches of dust!
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    Way cool Scootermm! Love the flared trousers .

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    Quote Originally Posted by glbeas
    Wonderful drawing. Wind must have blew the darkcloth away!
    So who uses a darkcloth. Just kidding...
    Robert M. Teague
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