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Fighting for space on a loaded harness
© Julesthe1st, Sep 2020
Route: Albion (VS 4c)
Climbers: Pilar Martinez
Camera used: OnePlus A5000
Date taken: 25th September 2020
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Thought I'd upload this photo as I spent a long time on it and it is climbing related.
Julesthe1st - 26/Sep/20
Sorry I said photo meant to say drawing.
Julesthe1st - 26/Sep/20
Impressive drawing!
Jordana - 26/Sep/20
Wow! It's amazing
OllyDewhirst - 26/Sep/20
Brilliant ! I used to carry so much gear that some days I struggled to get off the ground !!
jalapeno - 26/Sep/20
Thanks guys. Took a lot of patience.
Julesthe1st - 26/Sep/20
Crikey, what an amazing drawing!
Jamie Hageman - 27/Sep/20
I thought at first this was a heavily photoshopped shot. It’s a fantastic drawing - nice one.
Chris Ellis - 27/Sep/20
That's brilliant.
Somerset swede basher - 27/Sep/20
Well I taught drawing for 30+ years and that really is remarkable. Pencil I presume? I know it's difficult to preserve the white highlights as your hand moves over the drawing. What scale are we looking at?
Sean Kelly - 27/Sep/20
Thanks guys. Its graphite pencils, charcoal and black pencil. On A1 with a couple of inches boarder. So quite large (Hence the detail). Its been on the dining room table for a couple of months and was a real effort to finish it ( the granite slab was mind numbingly tedious)
Julesthe1st - 27/Sep/20
Drawing on that scale is really rewarding and a totally different challenge to working g on A3 or similar. You just have to stick with it to fi ish and not get tempted to rush it when it becomes boring or tedious. The end result is definitely worth all that effort and discipline.
Sean Kelly - 28/Sep/20
wow. Some amazing details there - just look at the tooling on the locking krab.
Myfyr Tomos - 29/Sep/20
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