Flatten a 3D Model into a 2D Drawing


Have you ever wondered how to flatten or create
a 2D drawing from a 3D model? I have this 3D model of a site with a building on it.
I’d like to turn this model into a 2D drawing so I can add dimensions and annotation.
I can do this using Flatshot. Here’s how.
I’ll use the ViewCube to select the view I want to see after the model is flattened,
in this case the Top view. Next from the Home tab I’ll select Flatshot. I’ll insert
the drawing as a new block. I could also replace an existing block or export to a new drawing
file. I’ll keep the defaults for foreground lines
and the obscured lines. I’ll select a location for the block and press Enter to accept the
defaults for X scale factor, Y scale factor and Rotation angle.
Now I have a 2D drawing of the top view that I can add dimensions and annotation to.

Katherine Hattam: the history pictures

Katherine Hattam: the history pictures


(pencil scraping) – These are bunny tails from the beach. We used to, these little things actually they don’t have
round things like that but they become round in mine. My daughters pointed this out to me, she said it’s like a way, it’s kind of a version of mindfulness. My drawing and planning
these things are a way of, there’s some kind of,
it’s not like therapy but they’re very kind of restorative. I do really, I really do like making work. I mean it’s something contains me. It’s like a, it kind of
feels like a necessity. I find it a little scary if
I’m not going to be able to. I actually do a lot of like,
these kind of sketches, like this actually in, like
as I go to sleep as night and things too and I also
make some of them just where they’re with my eyes closed, whether I was trying to think
how to draw William Buckley and I thought I’d just
do it with my eyes shut and see what happens. This was done with my eyes shut and it was the idea of
trying to get away from, I really don’t like realism and I was really trying
to get away from it. I mean I don’t think I
have too much trouble with being realistic but it’s like I wanted to kind of
try and free myself up, and I do actually like the
fact that this fish is swimming into the fish trap which would
be totally unintentional. And then it’s like these are
reminders of the blue sea, him being pink and then
red here and then the blue. The Indigenous woman being
blue with black hair, and then the baby being blue. And I just, instead of having black and white I wanted pink and blue. It’s like me developing a vocabulary. So I’m, yeah I’m just doing
little notes for myself. It is interesting to look back. I did these, I don’t know,
like two years ago I think, I’m trying to work out, I don’t
know why he’s got shorts on. I also do it with my
other hand and I do both, but I mean these are just done straight, but they still don’t look
that different from that but it’s a really rough sketch. So that I’m not getting bound
up with like how to do it, but thinking where I have things. No idea, oh that’s saying
the canvas in the kitchen, that’s saying where I should, what picture I should do it on. There’s probably about 10 of these books for this particular project. So, and then I go from a decision as to whether it’s going
to be oil on canvas or if it’s going to be a kind of collage, which will be charcoal and gouache and book pages or on paper. I started and I actually
worked this out the other day, so in 1994, I made a picture from the age, deaths, age, births,
deaths and marriages page, because my father died. So, then I started the book pages a bit. A bit then but then I really, really went on with them in
2004 when my mother died. So, it was like when she
had, she was a massive reader and there were like, lots
of books that we all, we laid all the books out in the house, right through the house
upstairs, down everywhere and all chose them and then,
and actually what happened was you got a lot of books
that you already had. So I recycled them, is how I put it, and then that ran out,
and so then I buy them. But I’ve been doing them for a long time. (pencil scraping) The thing, the decision I make
during this is also to like, what I was thinking
about this with this one, is this one will be like, negative space. And I like the fact that he, Trevor Jones, who used to own the book, is in there. It really, really gives
me a lot of pleasure. And there’s some books
I’ve got where it says, happy birthday mum and
it’s from me to my mother. I like doing those, those little emotional
connections in there. Book pages I mainly choose
so that I want text, no text. Like, I don’t want too much text so like, if you have too much text it’s like really a different surface to work
on, so I like having it, it’s like what I really like
are the pages that aren’t as, don’t have too much written on them. So you only get a few
of those in each book. So you need to be able to
find some, like really, kind of cheap, crap old books
that are, you can tear up. So then I, this is one of the things that I really enjoy doing,
is putting some things into some of these spaces, which I’m trying to think if there are, there’s not so many in
this picture but here, there’s a space which I’ll put some in. Like, I’ll choose an image, I think I’ll put the Great
Tradition in there, maybe. And the other thing, when I’m doing this, is I choose between a
torn edge or a cut one and this one I will make a torn edge, so I’ll just put that in there. I have to get rid of… And in here, there’s some,
so Home is the Prisoner. I don’t actually really, I
don’t know if I like that, so I’ll probably put
something else over that. And then I kind of
manipulate the accident. So, I’ll go over that. But maybe Home is the
Prisoner might be useful, maybe that might make
sense for William Buckley. So I’ll put that there, no,
I think I’ll put that there. I’ll spend a bit of time
thinking about that. So, I like this one, like
To my three sons, Ian, Douglas and Gordon,
victims of the principal. Herein described in this book
is effectively dedicated. What the hell does that mean? This is the point where I kind of decide the palette because, if I’m
going to go with like, blues, I’d probably use blue book spines, but I think I’m probably going to go with the orange ones, but
I still can have like, a blue one in there or two, but I think this one I’ve
been waiting to use this, the go-between, because
that is what he was. So, probably there. So, I’ll probably at
the moment I’ll do that and then I’ll work out later if that’s… I might take one of them out. But, I also do like these
two different blues. Like, there’s the blue
sort of these really, that’s like a phthalo blue and white and this is like an
ultramarine blue and white. So it’s like I have… There’s also the different oranges like these ones, I probably
would swap this one around. So, it’s like a little work
within the work kind of thing and then, the next stage
is I would seal this and then I work with gouache into that. It really works for me, work,
having my studio at home and, it always has. Like, I worked all through
having small children. I used to get up at five
and I’d just get two hours or something and I mean, I still do that. I like being able to go for
half an hour, or an hour, or a day, or go back at night
or I mean, it just suits me. I like the two things being
connected but separate. It feels like a great privilege, to me. The thing about these
two spaces is that, like, where we were, the domestic
space and where I cook and live and all of that, is that
that is also a thinking space for me, it’s where I
draw and plan pictures and have ideas like all the
sketches and things that I never do any of those in here. They’re always down either
as I’m about to go to sleep, or while I’m having dinner
or sitting at the table. It’s like they’re in that space. And I would never paint in that space. It’s like, so and then
in here, this is divided, so this is the area for gouache. Then I know this pink is a really, so it says Very Good Pink, it’s
like it’s really nice pink. So that’s for gouache here,
so that I don’t accidentally dip a brush with turps on
it into and then in here, over here I work on the oil, I either work up against the
wall or on the table and I do actually, a bit of both.
– Yeah. I work flat and then I put it upright and it looks very different. – [Tai] You don’t use an easel though? – I’ve got an easel out
there, but I haven’t used it for about 10 years.
– Yeah, interesting. – I use it to kind of
put, store things on. So, we decided to call the
exhibition, The History Pictures. – [Tai] Where do you want
to put it, over there? – Maybe over here. It turned out to be a better
title than I’d imagined, it’s like, I thought of that
specifically as relating to William Buckley but
it’s actually worked out that it does in different ways describe the three aspects of the show. So, the first, how I now see it, is like the first aspect
of history is like, my personal history. The second will be like,
history of William Buckley, and the third will be revisionist history. So, it’s like the third is
a more directly feminist, there’s a kind of feminist
subtext to all of them, but that it’s like they move from the personal out towards it. This is like the initial, like the most personal version of it. This is the autobiographical version. It’s like my history, so
it’s my first phone number, the dogs which were my
son Charlie’s that have, they’ve been in my work for a long time. And this is like, the
landscape of the holiday house that we went to, it which
where you’d look through the trees to the sea. And nearly everyone I talk to goes, oh yeah, I remember my first phone number. – [Tai] I don’t know if I do. – [Katherine] But maybe
your generation don’t because you’ve…
– 9, 5, 2. I, no I don’t, I can
probably remember the first four numbers but. – [Katherine] No, I can easily, WF4570 is what I remember
and it’s like, it’s really– – [Tai] How old were you when you first– – Well it was partly that my
father was an obstetrician and so, the phone was
very important to him. People would ring and
say my waters have broken or whatever.
– Yeah, of course. And so he had to sit by the
phone and we always used to say if the house burned down, what
we would do is take the phone and I thought, what a ridiculous thing. So the phone was very important, but it’s also pre-mobile, y’know. It’s like, I remember quite a
few of my early phone numbers but not yet.
– Wow, that’s amazing. – [Katherine] But it was like,
that’s also that I wanted this text in there that
wasn’t like saying, I believe this or that or whatever. – [Tai] Or literal description. It was almost just like a memory. – Yeah, and that’s also something
where things just come as like, an idea and you think yeah, I’d like to make a picture about that. – [Tai] I think colours are
kind of like that, don’t you? – Yeah, definitely. The thing about William Buckley that, it’s been a long interest of mine because, partly because we lived, we
holidayed and then we lived down that West Coast of
Victoria where he spent a lot of time, and I could
really imagine where he was so, that kind of helped me, I don’t know, paint my way of seeing it. He was a bricklayer in London who committed some kind of minor crime and was sent as a convict
to Australia and he escaped and he finished up spending 32 years living with the Wathaurung, to the extent that he
forgot how to speak English, which is something that
is fascinating, I think. So, it’s a bit, it’s a story
about he became a go-between, it’s about language, and it’s also, for me, it was like, what I was interested in was
these women who were invisible, was like the Indigenous
women he lived with, and apparently had a child with one. I mean, these stories are hard to confirm. But then, and then later
when he left, he married a white, he left, he was given pardon, and he married a white woman and I always wonder
what she thought about. Asked him about what he’d
done in those 32 years, how he’d, what was that life like? So that, I’m interested in kind of, trying to make visible the invisible. So it is to do with me
thinking about what is my understanding of being alive. We can see in the paintings
like, I’ve wanted to paint him not as this solo figure, looking,
like in a group of people where, and there’s,
y’know the things they, baskets and that kind of thing there. – But then you’ve got
this as the sort of like, contemporary life here,
with the mobile phone and I mean, is this sort of– – That’s a very intentional thing, because I didn’t want,
in the thing of it being The History Pictures, I
didn’t want it to be me pretending I was there, I
wanted like this is where I’m, this is my perspective and
it’s now with my computer, my phone, my camera, my hairbrush, all these things that
kind of matter to me. And so, that was an
intentional thing of saying, that’s me looking back to that. William Buckley talks
about seeing a bunyip at Waurn Ponds and Waurn Ponds is where there’s all these shopping
shops and things in Geelong and my son Charlie lives there and I said, what’s Waurn Ponds like? And he said, you can’t
tell now, it’s just built. You know, but I always used to shop there, so I love the idea that they
saw a bunyip at Waurn Ponds. – [Tai] Just in Aldi or something. – Yeah, and so, so what
I was trying to work out how would I draw. It’s like trying to think how
would I draw William Buckley? And then I thought, how
would I draw a bunyip? And then I thought, actually,
I’ll do it as a self portrait. Then the next is the Philip Guston. The Philip Guston is
like seeing a painting, the painting of Philip
Guston is called My Pantheon, which is a painting of the light-bulb, which is characteristic
with his studio and the part of the easel and then a list
of the artist that he admires, which were like he takes in
his head into the studio. The ones I take into
the studio, on the whole are more recent and also, are women. There’s the Philip Guston, my version of the Philip
Guston painting, My Pantheon, and there’s my version of
it, My Pantheon, and then– – [Tai] which is an existing painting, put into the painting. – Yep, that’s right. And then, this painting here is, this one where I’ve come round to thinking I don’t want to do
something about a pantheon and it’s like I, this is not
finished, but it’s like a list. So, I said not so much
a pantheon, more a list. – [Tai] It’s good to make a list. – Well, it’s also not hierarchical. So, it’s like, it’s a different thing. But it was also a conscious exercise of thinking of, like,
naming women artists, so that they’re not rather
than them being invisible. – But so that other
people can name them too. Like, people might come and
take notes or, you know. – [Katherine] The thing
is that it dawned on me, quite late, was that it’s not that women artists have not existed, it’s that they’ve been invisible. They’ve been invisible, it’s like, and they’ve been invisible to me. I did not go to art
school being taught that. – No, we live in a time now
where we are rewriting a history through a female lens and it’s almost like that has to happen
through painting as well, which is quite an interesting
way to look at your work. – Well, I still think that we do live in a patriarchy and I
think I’m part of it, so it’s kind of like
having to un-think that. It’s like stuff dawning on me, really, and it’s like for that took me a while. – With lots of paintings that
I love, and with your work, it’s a way of working
out what you see, y’know? And sometimes literally
working out what you see, but also just making sense of what you see in your environment, but
also in your mind, like, your sketch of William Buckley’s
partner with her blue face, it’s like, she obviously
didn’t have a blue face, but you’re working out what you see. – Well, I was just thinking,
how do I depict this? And the thing is that I thought, I’ve thought about this
later is that my husband has, was very red haired and
pale, and kind of freckly, and worked out in the boiling
hot sun in Broken Hill and did get melanoma,
that’s what he died from. – Yeah right. – And so I think it’s like,
and also he was much older than me so it was like, this sense where my experience connected
with that, whereas– – You identified with her.
– Well, he went to Oxford, the year I was born,
and I remember thinking, I used to think, so what happened? What was that bit of your life? There’s a whole chunk of
his life I didn’t know, which is much. So I think there’s that. It’s like I think all
these things combine. – And so that layering of
history is really interesting, I think that ties back to the
title, The History Pictures, because you’re layering your own history in your relationship, over that. – Well I’m realising it after the fact. I did not plan that.
– No, it’s unconscious. It’s really interesting, but
it’s why you’re attracted to a certain story. It’s quite interesting.
– Well, why I stay, yeah, you can’t, you’ve got to have some really deep connection with it, I think. It’s something. I think a lot of the really
interesting stuff that happens in making images is in the
making, and it’s like where you are concentrating on making it and you don’t realise what’s, you know. That’s why the whole thing
of an artist’s statement is kind of nonsense. (pencil scratching) The thing that I find slightly, it’s interesting and it’s
also slightly horrifying is how long I stay with images, and I… the window has been like a
looking from the inside out has been something in my work
for a really, like for years. For all sorts of reasons,
I see the world through a psychoanalytic lens, and
so I see that the inside and what’s going on inside
your head affects how you experience the outside world. What’s happening in the outside
world affects your head, so there’s a porousness
between those two things. And I think the pictures were about that, like for a long time, they were about the table as the inside world, and that was actually
where my real interest was, and then the outside world would be like, a more general kind of landscape. I mean, maybe sometimes
it was a bit more specific but it wasn’t really. The real drive of the
thing for me was depicting and kind of celebrating the
domestic, like the interior. The domestic as it made concrete, like my interior life,
so it wasn’t just like, but it was about focusing on the, y’know, the teapot, the coffeepot, the computer, all of those things that made up my life. And I notice in them, my first phone number, the painting, is the window is slightly
starting to recede, because I deliberately kind
of cut it out at the halfway and then, in the other paintings, most of the rest of the
paintings, it’s not there at all. And the table is the
other image that, like, part of my language, which is seeing the landscape over the table, and the table has become something
that kind of floats more, and between the two spaces, so it’s like, for me it’s like where making the work tells you something about yourself, rather than the other way ’round. You kind of realise things
from how the process works. I think it’s told me that, I don’t know how much, I mean, I think it’s in part to do
with fact of my husband dying, and like, we had a very
happy 40 year marriage, and I think it’s been, like this sense that I am now more out in the world, it’s like by force of circumstance. But also I’m kind of
ready for that but yeah, I think it tells me
that my life is changing and I see the world differently. I think the, I don’t, it’s
not all autobiographical, but the life and the work
do affect each other. Well, the life affects the work. Really, inflects the work. – I love all those women
that took a long time to get there because I think
that that’s a realistic kind of way of looking at the practice. – I think everybody does it
differently, but I think that that is the, I kind of,
feels like that to me, and that is partly that
I’ve had two marriages and three children, and it’s like that it does feed into the work
but it also slows it down. I feel like things happen and then, I don’t feel like I think,
oh, so I’m gonna have this late starting, slow. I don’t feel like that, I just think, oh. I look back and think, that’s what happened.
– Yeah, it’s cool. – It’s like, and you’re
just doing it day by day, you know, what do you want to do and what you think you
should do, and it’s like and you don’t always get it right. I think the hardest thing is for me is gonna be with this show, is to stop. It’s like it’s going to be like I’m gonna go.
– Well, you’ve got more to choose from.
– Oh I have to let the rest ’cause I push a lot of
life away to do this. I think everyone is different, I mean, every artist is
different, but in general, and it’s certainly been my experience, is that it takes a long
time for an artist to form. I feel like now, things
are beginning for me and it’s been a long,
yeah, it’s a long process. It’s been a long and
windy path and it’s all, but I don’t, it’s not
path where I look back and regret it, I think
that’s how it has happened and it feels like a good
moment for me at the moment.

Waiting – Picture Book Read Aloud with Kevin Henkes

Waiting – Picture Book Read Aloud with Kevin Henkes


[MUSIC] Has anyone here ever waited for anything?>>Yeah.
>>Have you? What’ve you waited for?>>I’ve waited for, maybe a line.>>A line, yeah, that happens a lot, yes.>>I waited for summer.>>Waited for summer,
that’s a good thing to wait for. What about you?>>I waited for my dessert.>>Do you like waiting or
do you not like waiting?>>Not like waiting.>>Not like waiting.>>Put your thumbs down if
you don’t like waiting.>>It’s kind of okay.>>Okay.>>Well this is Waiting so you can see
what these characters are waiting for.>>What are they waiting for?>>Goes like this. There were five of them and
they were waiting.>>What are they waiting for?>>The owl with spots was waiting for
the moon. The pig with the umbrella was waiting for
the rain. The bear with the kite was waiting for
the wind. The puppy on the sled was waiting for
the snow. The rabbit with stars wasn’t waiting for
anything in particular. He just liked to look out the window and
wait. When the moon came up,
the owl was happy, it happened a lot. When the rain came down, the pig was
happy, the umbrella kept her dry. When the wind blew, the bear was happy,
the kite flew high and far. When it finally snowed, the puppy was
happy, he’d waited a very long time. The rabbit was happy just
looking out the window. Sometimes one or
the other of them went away. But he or she always came back. Sometimes they stopped,
but mostly, they waited. Sometimes gifts appeared. Once a visitor arrived from far away, he stayed a while then he left,
and never returned.>>He broke?>>They saw many wonderful,
interesting things.>>Things?
Because there are three dogs, you have to say, things?>>And of course,
there was always the moon and the rain and the wind, and the snow to keep them happy. One day, a cat with patches joined them. Was she waiting for the moon? No. Was she waiting for the rain? No. Was she waiting for the wind? No. Was she waiting for the snow? No. She didn’t seem to be waiting for
anything in particular… But she was. Now there were 10 of them. And they were happy together, waiting to see what would happen next.>>Butterflies.>>Can we read it again?>>[LAUGH] Yes.>>So, what inspired you now,
for this book?>>Well, I was thinking about waiting,
I was thinking about how kids like you have to wait all the time for
lots of different things, and I do too. And now I don’t mind waiting as
much as I did when I was younger. I think the older I get,
the more I don’t mind waiting. Start out with an oval. Do you know?>>Yeah, I do.>>I don’t.>>The owl.>>The owl with spots, that’s right. Do you remember what the owl
with spots was waiting for?>>Yeah.>>Yeah, the Moon.>>The Moon.>>You’re good at drawing owls or
anything.>>Thank you.>>You’re a great artist.>>Yeah.
>>So there’s the owl.>>Yeah, and
your brother is also very good.>>She drew the owl and [INAUDIBLE]
>>You start out with an oval, leave it open.>>Don’t worry, I think I know.>>I’ll make it easy.>>Bunny.>>Bunny, the bunny!>>The rabbit with what? Anybody remember?>>Stars.>>The stars.>>There’s the rabbit. Do you have a favorite of the five
of them that were waiting?>>Yeah.>>Me.>>Who is your favorite?>>The dog.>>The cat.>>The cat, and which cat? There were lots of cats.>>The all five of them.>>Can you draw one of them?>>I can draw one cat.>>[CHATTER]
>>My favorite one was the dog.>>No, my favorite one was the [CHATTER].>>The pig.>>You like the rain?>>The cat.>>Bye, bye.>>No.>>Actually a dog.>>It’s not.
>>A cat.>>The cat.>>[CHATTER]
>>There is the little cat, that’s the littlest one.>>Adorable.>>I just realized, over there we see… All the animals was for
the first five, and they are things they like to wait for it. On the cover, you see the pig likes to
wait for the rain, they have an umbrella.>>Right.>>It’s super cool.>>There’s one cloud that
sort of matches each of them.>>Yeah.>>Yes, so there’s a kite,
there’s the umbrella, the owl is flying. There’s the rabbit,
there’s the puppy running.>>Cute.

Use Coronavirus to draw Zombie | DP ART

Use Coronavirus to draw Zombie | DP ART


Currently we’re facing a corona virus pandemic what horror movie character. Do you think this evil virus is related to today I’m going to sketch an image of a character which is similar to the dangerous virus Thank you for watching I hope to see you all again in my upcoming videos

A camera caught the ghost 👻 Real Story | My Life Sucks

A camera caught the ghost 👻 Real Story | My Life Sucks


My name is Elisabeth and I’m 35 years old. 1 year ago my husband, my five-year-old daughter
and I moved to a new house. The truth is that the previous one was small,
and we barely fit all three with all our stuff, so it was a relief to have more space. Two weeks after moving, Lucy, my little girl,
began to change her attitude. She wasn’t sleeping well at night and her
characteristic smile seemed more muted than ever. At first, we thought it would be due to all
the changes of those weeks, the change of house and safe neighborhood that had affected
her. We let the days go by to see if she gradually
got used to it. But no, she was getting sadder. So young and she hardly wanted to play, she
didn’t get away from me for a second. I began to worry, she was a very independent
girl, it wasn’t normal that she was so attached to me. When I asked her, she just looked down and
said that nothing was wrong. My husband Oscar and I decided to talk to
a child psychologist. And indeed he told us that it could be because
of moving houses and the change of environment. The psychologist recommended a couple of exercises
so that the 3 of us would feel like we were in our previous home. The therapy didn’t work and one night everything
went worse. At four in the morning, we woke up with Lucy’s
shrieks. I jumped out of bed and found her crying and
with the window of her room open. Why did you open the window, honey? I asked as I hugged her. She said she hadn’t moved and that a monster
had come to visit her. We thought that she had a nightmare and nothing
else. That she probably, half asleep, had opened
the window. This worried us, so we decided that the next
day we would put a lock on the window in case it happened again. And to be safer, that night I slept with her. In the morning it was better. I explained that it had all been a dream and
that it wasn’t going to happen again. That day she played as usual and seemed to
have regained her usual joy. Everything went wrong at night. Oscar read her a story and accompanied her
until she fell asleep, checked the window and left a small light on. After talking for a while about our things,
we also fell asleep. But at 5 I woke up hearing a strange noise. They were like whispers and came from Luci’s
room. I got up in a hurry, but upon getting there
she seemed to sleep peacefully. When I was going to leave I noticed that a
kitchen chair was right next to her bed. Why would my husband leave that chair there? It was very strange. I went back to my bed and in the morning I
asked him. He assured me that he hadn’t moved any chairs
from the kitchen, so I asked my daughter. She said that it had been the monster, from
time to time it changed shape and turned into a small child, that way they were friends
and talked about different things. A shiver ran through my body. I knew it had to be her imagination, but I
was terrified, who had moved that chair? Would Luci do it unconsciously? I got the idea of getting back the old camera
we used to keep her under surveillance when she was a baby. It didn’t really record but if she woke up
in the middle of the night we could see what was happening instantly. That same night we placed it. In two or three days I slept the whole night,
everything seemed normal. Until a week later in the middle of the night,
I woke up and saw Oscar staring at the camera viewfinder. I asked him what was happening, and I saw
the fear on his face. He told me that he had seen that a boy with
a strange appearance was every night glued to Luci’s bed. I thought it was a bad joke, but he continued
with his story and left me in shock. Since he was little he was visited by the
same child. Suddenly he stopped appearing a while ago
and now he understood why, he had found a new friend. Does your life suck as well and you wanna
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Z-Map – 3D Drawing (1/2) – www.menci.com

Z-Map – 3D Drawing (1/2) – www.menci.com


Create a new Z-Map project with Laser Wizard enabled Select cloud point Available formats list for 3D model conversion Select one or more images Associate each image to corresponding camera calibration certificate Converting and importing cloud point Undistorting images and evaluating their internal orientation Cloud point has been already added to main CAD window Open Layer window and create your own layers, giving a name to each one and selecting a color 3D drawing Enable point cloud osnap and draw “freely” clinging to points of cloud Select a drawing tool (i.e. polyline) from “Draw” toolbar and start to draw Principal limit: you can pick just the points belonging to the scan Depending by current projection view it’s so simple to pick wrong points Moreover the drawing will feel the effects of scan noise UCS drawing Create UCS on facade. Pick a list of points, then right click to confirm Z-Map evaluates best fitting plane: give it a name Semi-transparency view of UCS just created Disable point cloud osnap Through “Translate Plane” command you can change current elevation value of UCS If you draw entities on wrong elevations it’s easy to adjust them 1) Through “Translate Plane” command select final elevation of entities 2) Select entities and run “Move” command 3) As base point, select a vertex belonging to final elevation you selected on previous step. Be sure that altimetric osnap is enabled (green color osnap) As destination point, select same vertex of previous point disabling altimetric osnap (yellow color osnap) Image drawing Why use images? Ease on model reading (graphic fidelity of images vs graphic fidelity of laser) Opportunity to draw not scanned areas due to perspective shadows (possibility of user to elevate himself in elevation with a camera and not with a laser) Opportunity to draw also features not enough scanned (i.e. the railing of lower balcony) Open images window Start external orientation evaluation process (i.e. registering process of image on cloud point reference system) Insert and collimate control points External orientation evaluation: visualization of residuals values of control points Opportunity to adjust collimation for each control point, or as an alternative to exclude it from evaluation

3D is AWESOME!

3D is AWESOME!


– 3D movies make my eyes hurt. [fake cry] – Shut up! – Man I never thought I’d like the note books so much. – Yaeh, everything’s better in 3D. – Yaeh, I just wish real life was in 3D. Everything would be so much cooler. – Yaeh, even something stupid like.. Hitting a Pinata. – (Narrator) Hitting a Pinata. IN 3D! – That was a little gay. What about lighting candles for a romantic dinner? – (Narrator) Lighting a candle. IN 3D! – [screams] My f**king face is melting off! Actually that would suck. – Oh, what about playing Grand Theft Auto 4? – (Narrator) Playing Grand Theft Auto IV. – Killing hookers is so lame! IN 3D! -Give me all your money! -Okay! Awesome. – Yaeh, that would be allright I guess, but what about watching your mom get a feetmassage? I wonder what it would be like to use the bathroom? – (Narrator) Going to the potty. – [groans] This is so boring! IN 3D! – [both] Oh my God! – It’s gonna pop my eye out! [screams] Oh, what about sleeping? – (Narrator) Sleeping. IN 3D! – That was exactly the same thing. – No. If you look closely you can clearly tell that i had morning woo.. What the hell are you doing here? – Uh, I’m here for the thumbnail picture so you guys can actually get some views. – Okay.. But what about watching someone watch a 3D movie? – (Narrator) Watching someone watching a 3D movie. – Almost hit me in the face. IN 3D! – Oh my God it’s so realistic! – That doesn’t even make sense. – What your telling me you’ve never fantasised about watching another man watch a movie in 3D? – True.. What about reading a comic book? – (Narrator) Reading a comic book. IN 3D! – Oh my God it’s popping out of the book. – What the f**k is happening to me!? – Did you just say “Amberlamps”? – Yaeh. – Don’t you mean “Ambulance”? – Why are you “axing” me these questions? – I wonder what it would be like to draw a picture. – (Narrator) Drawing a picture. – [sighs] This drawing looks like s**t. IN 3D! Still looks like s**t. [screams] Ugh.. Well I guess not everything’s better in 3D. – Yaeh, but what about forgetting to move your hand when your friend sit’s down on the couch next to you? – I dont know man that sounds pretty dum. IN 3D! – That’s better. – (Narrator) To see bloopers and two deleted scenes, click the link in the description below. click the button to subscribe. IN 3D! [Captioned By: ClosedCaptionsTV]

I REDREW 10 OF MY SUBSCRIBER’S PROFILE PICTURES!


Yo, anyone want me to redraw their…
(what are they called?)…icons? ♪ [avalanche of requests] guess I better get started! ♪ about 37 seconds ago, yeah
exactly look at that I put out a post asking if there’s anyone interested in
having me redraw their icons and I think we’ve got a few already I’m going to see
whoever commented first I feel like people who comment first just get a bad
rap and you know today I’d like to reward them alright let’s see who we’ve
got Oh sunflowers fox they didn’t write
first no content yo where’s the videos?! I’ll take that and
waiting for your first video okay? so I just got to drag this into Photoshop now I just have to draw it [giggles] I’m still not totally sure how many I’m going to do so
I’ll go try and keep these simple so I can hopefully like do a lot of them I
don’t know I’m also obviously going to be drawing
them in my own style but I just want to try and capture the essence of the icon
obviously the issue we’re gonna have here is that the icon is very small and
I can’t see a whole lot of details a little bit of a pixely mess so
it’s kind of up to me to kind of decide what I’m looking at it also looks like
there might be a fish but I’m really not sure about that so I’m gonna leave that out it’s also important to flip the canvas look how different the picture looks
now that I’ve flipped it and I can see some of the mistakes that I had and then I can start
adding in the next sketch layer I’m gonna try and make her look down a
little bit more because I feel like in the reference icon (the reference pixels)
it looks like the character may be looking down a little bit I’m just gonna
draw some legs in here real quick yeah now drawing legs in just really
helps me figure out which way the torso should look oh and look at that I’m
zooming in so you can’t even see the legs anyway but they were helpful!
(I don’t regret anything) I think her eyes are closed I’m not
entirely sure again my reference is just a bunch of pixels so I got a guess so
now on this third sketch layer this is kind of going to be my line art layer if
it looks good we’ll see so I’m gonna be a little bit cleaner with it and I have
to make sure that the shapes actually look the way I want I can’t just like
hint at it at this point is this what a fox ear
looks like? should consult an expert… nah on a whole new layer
underneath the line art layer I’m just gonna grab the colors directly from my
reference pixels I’m just going to start plopping them in how do you like this? these are some bright colors [small freakout session] a little blush color and stick it on the nosey I just love adding a little bit of blush okay fine a lot of blush I just think it
looks cute for the background again I’m not entirely sure but it looks like it’s
a square waffle-y grid texture so I’m just gonna draw that in myself
I’m holding shift and drawing a straight line if you didn’t know in Photoshop if
you hold shift you can’t go out of a straight line it’s like using a ruler- its
really really handy actually I’m just gonna add the slightest bit of shading
and I’m not gonna go to detailed with this I think I’m just about done just play
around with the color balance a little bit I don’t even know if you can tell
that anything’s happening but I’m just playing with some sliders and the colors
are changing ever so slightly this kind of helps it become a more cohesive color
scheme and since these colors are so loud it’s not really making that big of
a difference but I hope it looks better than it did before eee! I didn’t save this I
did a bad bad there we go that’s better anyway here’s the finished one for
sunflower Fox now let’s hurry up and do another one let’s see how many I can do
before I get burnt out how do you piick? oh look they did right first [cough] let’s go with
Loik pop they look like a nice person and they actually used their photo in the
icon and that’s kind of what I feel like drawing right now I don’t have to give a reason, do I? well I did oh they have a video!
“hello everyone”
“hi” I need this slide this into Photoshop let’s see
if we can do them some justice not holding my breath I love the way the
hair just swoooshes!! I hardly ever draw eyeballs right off the bat I either do
slashes or dots usually little lines of some kind so these dots are kind of like
staring into my soul so let me just do something about that real quick better it’s an improvement it’s weird because I like when art styles use
little dots for eyes but some reason when I do it I just…..[growls in frustration] doesn’t tickle my
fancy that is such a weird saying eggh! don’t think about it too much now they do look like they have a smaller mouth and nose I’m just gonna
shrink this I’m not worrying too much about making it look exactly like this person and capturing their perfect
resemblance but guess I could try a little harder just like last time I flipped the
canvas I already fixed a few mistakes with balance issues and now I’m going in
and adding in liner think I think I’m ready as always I start with the
eyeballs I don’t know why this isn’t a tutorial, what do you want from me? alright liner it’s done and I’m gonna try adding in colors but I’m just gonna
color pick them myself the top is like a dark green not too bad so far I am such
a poor judge of hair color like my own hair color
I cannot everytime I paint it at least digitally – I use a completely
different color when I do it traditionally I usually use the same
marker over and over again but like I don’t understand hair it’s like so many
different colors in so many different Lighting’s
and it’s just like like what even is blonde? like this character is not blonde,
but like what is blonde? like is it yellow? is it gold? is it white? obviously
there’s multiple shades but like like if you had to pick the color what-what, what color is
it I don’t know I’m gonna use like a really
light a little more saturated version of this hair color and I’m going to add a
gradient oo that looks nice, ooh purty, look at that it started with blush and now I’m like
trying to render the face — I’ve got a background color I just added a little
oh….. so I just flipped the canvas yeah these do you see how the balance..there’s
a few balance issues like that left eyebrow and then left eyeball I always have issues with the further eye but you know why digital art is my
favorite form of art? because I can just grab it and move it I obviously have to
clean it up a bit but ah traditional art when does the new software come out for
traditional art where I can do this? the character still feels a little stiff so
I think I’m gonna add like some hair strands I’m just gonna grab a brush grab
a few colors and just kind of like swoop um ooh
that color works adjust the color balance just a little bit I’m spending
way too much time on these, I needed to move on to the next one [sad music ♪]
“my icon is my doggo, but if he gets picked it’d be awesome. (he passed away last year)” well now I know what
I’m drawing next now I don’t draw a lot of doggos except my own doggo but I’m
gonna try to do I’m gonna try to do this pupper some justice can always start
with the head eee he’s smiling! from the reference I can’t really tell where the back legs are but
I feel like illustration isn’t real life and if I want it to look like a dog
sitting I’m gonna have to pull the legs forward a little bit obviously that’s
not how this doggo sits it kind of looks like this dogs doing that thing
where it wipes its butt on the ground so I’m just gonna pull these legs a
little forward hopefully, that’ll help balance doggo on the ground a little
better make it furry i’m adding jaggitty lines I think
it’s helping make the dog like a little fluffier and not look like it’s made out
of play-doh adding in some color right now I’m using like a pink color
because obviously the dog’s white but I want I’ll be able to see where I’m
drawing and then I can just use the hue saturation tool to make it white perfect I’m just putting in the laziest background ever don’t mind me I think
some shading would really help because right now it’s just so simple it just
needs a little extra something I’m gonna do something a little different and a
little out of my comfort zone and I’m gonna use like a saturated blue to shade
the dark fur oOOooo! I like it kind of pulling away from the reference but like
in a fun way add that gray hair add a big swooping shadow I don’t know
if that’s a window but I’m making it a window maybe I’ll tone it down a little
bit add just a little bit more fur texture and there we have it I need to
draw dogs more often it’s fun alright let’s see what’s next Denise!! Denise entered but they have no icon well actually that sounds fun
it’s purple a purple person yeah I could do that! start with the circle and like a head on
I kind of want the character look awkward like “oh!” cuz they’re so stiff and
like I don’t know when you look at like the little icon it’s kind of like
emotionless so I was… don’t know I want to give it something extra stripey
shirt seems in order I don’t know why I like associate
stripey shirts with like the most basic t-shirt you can get because it really
isn’t I couldn’t decide what to do for hair but I finally settled on like a
short bob because oh…. just flip the canvas [laughs] you see why this is important?
okay I decided on the short hair because I don’t want to lean like too much
towards a girl too much towards a boy so I’m trying to like scoot right down the
middle so that maybe anyone who wants to use this as their icon can so I think
I’ll have that’s probably a good idea I’ll link like to a Google photos folder
of like all the icons that I make in case you want to use one for your own
icon or if Denise in particular wants to use it and anyone else that i do today well it looks like so far just a purple person i’m using the colors from the
reference pixels and it’s kind of cute ooh but using that same color if the
background doesn’t really work does it? cuz I used that for line art guess I’m
gonna have to darken that up maybe add a little shadow behind them I’m not gonna
let that this is monotone stop me from adding blush have you thought that you
were mistake and one little asymmetrical earring as a last touch here’s the
finished one for Denise I hope you like it let’s move on to the next one! alright
let’s find another one so refresh the comments so Georgia and 128 other people
seem to have a challenge for me yes I just assumed Georgia liked their own
comment everybody does it anyway they want me to recreate their icon as a
human I feel like big eyes wouldn’t like hair that like floops out would work
really well – I’m gonna try giving it pony tails for ears hmm there’s an option I’m
trying to draw them so they’re like looking straight up so there’s like a
bunch of perspective going on here obviously I’m kind of faking it because
it’s just an icon – I want this to be kind of quick but I think it it’s
good enough you know just add some line art and I also added in some hands I
don’t know what I said last yeah I think I’m capturing the essence of our little
fox there and I just need to add in those like fairy lights so I’m going to
use a layer style stroke you can see it down
in the bottom right there it’s been applied to this layer so now
when I draw in white it’s going to add a stroke around everything I draw which
makes it look like I just drew two perfect lines next to each other but in
reality I didn’t I drew one I’m just color picking colors from our
little pixel reference up on the top right there kind of blotching them in
copying the background from what I can see I’ve actually used the Fox color to
color in the entire character and I feel like this works really well it looks
like this character, she’s in the nighttime actually really happy with that I never would
have done that myself feel like I’m learning something ! the eyes
were not popping as much as I want so I think I’m going to color in the line art
black and then now oh yeah see how they’re just they’re like piercing finished up adding some detail just up and around the character and now I got
to add in those fairy lights I’ve got a new layer with color dodge applied and
I’m just coloring in little circles to kind of make it look like it’s lighting
up I don’t know how the artist did this it looks kind of cool I also adding some like rim lights to like edges I don’t know if that makes
any sense and then I’m going to grab a brighter white color and draw on top of
everything and this will just be much more piercing I’m gonna steal it
straight from the picture there I’m just gonna color straight on top does it look
like it’s glowing I don’t think I’m doing very well it looks all right from far away
and I mean as an icon that’s how it’s going to be viewed so I think i’m ready to call this one quits, look! she’s a little foxy now yeah lighting is not my
specialty but this was a lot of fun it kind of looks like she’s standing in
fire because of like the particles behind her anyway I need to move on I’m spending
too much time on this let’s get to the next one [reading comment:]
“if only I posted three hours
earlier” I think you mean thank goodness I posted right now let’s do this one no how
do you say that muddy? I’m gonna call it muddy I’m really
excited about this one what’s up with that? I want to draw like the pouty face,
these lips like this – I really like Mxddy’s hair would it be kind of cute if Mxddy was like taking a selfie it probably is a
selfie but I’m gonna include the arms I started on the second
layer, but it’s not where I want it to be flip the canvas again and maybe I can fix
this with the lineart those are famous last
words I really really like drawing ears so I’m just gonna stick one in here I
know there isn’t one in the reference but it’s not gonna stop me and I think
it’s cute look at it just poking onto the hair like that alright let’s try not
to mess up the lips this time it’s kind of nice having the reference up there in
the top right and I kind of can just glance like really really quickly while
I’m drawing these in I’m kind of trying to only pick the lines that are
necessary obviously if I tried to draw every little thing in as a line it’s
going to look kind of aged and decrepid that’s just what happens I don’t know if
you’ve ever tried to like trace yourself you’ve put a photo into Photoshop and
you’re just like tracing all the lines you thought were important and then you
turn off the photo layer and you’re like ooh I’m ugly it’s illustration you got
to be choosy you got to simplify things to make up cute that’s just how goes I love this oh my gosh this is my favorite one so far glasses are hard to draw ♪ Oh not too bad yeah I’m gonna
stick with this one, if I try again it’ll be worse I’m just gonna quickly add in the
colors I’m just color picking from the image again doing the same thing look at
me I’m adding in clouds! I’m having a lot of fun with this one guys this one’s like right up my alley it’s like what I always draw well not the
clouds but like the character so that’s like encouraging me to be more outgoing
with the background I add in some blush I’m gonna go a look crazy and add maybe
some rim lighting because Mxddy doesn’t look like they’re outside so I think it
would be a great opportunity for that just kind of highlight the side in the
back — not sure how I feel about it yet i’m not head over heels for the rim lighting but
I’ve never done it before so I kind of want to keep it the way it looks so yeah here’s
my finished drawing this is got to be one of my favs! [reading comment:]
“me me me me plz draw my icon!!
i love you n ur art n art style “n eager to see how it looks like in ur style” sure why not back at the whiteboard I want to like
keep that whole pink space on the top right and the way the character is kind
of slightly off-center I think that is just so cute so I’m gonna try and
maintain that as I recreate this drawing I gotta
include that heart that seems like a very important element and it’s so cute alright here’s my sketch we’re gonna flip it the ca—ahh will there be a day where my
art skills improve to the point where flipping to canvas isn’t necessary
anymore? okay adding in the line art and I’m getting dora the explorer’ vibes I
don’t know what it is like the face proportions? which is weird because Dora is
also a cartoon character and a completely different art style so I
don’t know where that’s coming from the Dora is intensifying! I’m just gonna add
a little bit of purple to the hair maybe that’ll help because we’re not drawing
Dora we’re drawing Sam add in some blush! again I’m picking the skin tone and then
I’m picking a color that is slightly closer to red more saturated and darker
and that is how I get it to look the way it looks [laughs] again this is not a tutorial
guys all right I seem to have gone from Dora the Explorer to Dora’s mom and I
don’t know what I did she’s just like so much older now whaddyIdo? I played around with the colors a little bit and now I’m just gonna try and tweak
a few things now that I’ve merged everything onto one layer I could kind
of just play around with it and I don’t have to worry about finding different
layers I can just do it all in one place this one I really love how it’s a little
off-center I think it’s just so cute I love it and this would look pretty cute
as an icon I think all right next up this is for Zuko is that a floating head?
okay let’s go ahead and drop this in here it’s really dark though I don’t
know if I’m gonna keep all those colors because it’s kind of hard to see what’s
going on from what I can tell it’s a floating head, braids, and glasses and
then like sprinkles in the background alright we flipped the canvas and now
I’m kind of moving the eyes inward a little bit because I saw on the
reference photo the two eyeballs are pretty close together so I just moved
them in just a smidge why is the top of this head looks so weird? what did I do wrong? not sure if I draw braids correctly but I just do swoops
that like interlock with each other like this — oh! just noticed in the reference
the nose is like really high – so I’m just gonna use my lasso tool
grab the nose and the mouth and everything and just move it up and
towards the center a little bit more adding in some color trying to keep the
colors from the reference but we’ll see if I change this up and definitely gonna
lighten up the hair just a little bit you can’t see any of like the time I put
into making those perfect braids I mean come on [lol] I’m just using gradient and just
lighten them up slightly Brown maybe I’ll tone that down a little yeah that
looks better can’t forget the glasses! I’m just gonna draw two circle-y schwoop-y
shapes yeah that’s good enough when I draw glasses I kind of keep it simple I
just fill in the shape underneath the glasses so its on a separate
layer with just solid white then I tone down the opacity to looks like 42% then
I grab the eraser and I just erase stripes out of it to kind of look like
shines then I’ll play with the opacity again and boom looks like there’s lenses
in there but this isn’t a tutorial now gonna add in those sprinkles and
confetti to the background it’s almost like the character is floating in like a
sprinkle galaxy I approve I’m trying to figure out how to make the character
stand out from the background a little bit more I added a yellow
stroke but I’m not crazy about it I’m gonna try adding some like refracted (sis that..)
reflected? refracted? I don’t know I’m having light that’s bouncing off the
sprinkles and then bouncing back on her in the color of the sprinkle just kind
of adding a little bit more visual interest there and this head is still
not standing out so I’m gonna add a bright gradient behind her see the face
has dark colors and the background had dark color so now by making the
background a little bit lighter in the center the face is now standing out a
lot more just add a little bit of rim lighting and like random hair strands
again to like loosen it up like I did with the was that the second drawing? I
feel like it’s been forever since I drew that one I think it looks kind of cool
like the face is being backlit I’m actually gonna use in the color balance
tool and just brighten up the colors a little make the highlights a little bit
more yellow and that really just makes it brighter just highlight that edge of
the glasses there so they pop a little bit more they were blending in with the
hair because they’re both kind of dark colors now I feel like even from a
distance you can kind of see that shape all right now I’m done
– let’s move on to the next one! Gabrielle says “mine might be a little difficult”
it’s that a challenge?! again that’s what I want to maintain that like slightly
off-center portrait so lots of white space in the top right (hey that’s the
same place the other one had it) I’m gonna start pretty simple and then if
the character starts looking like Gabrielle then it does, if it doesn’t, then
it doesn’t — why does everybody have glasses? those are so hard to draw I feel
like you are all forcing me to learn how to draw glasses which I guess I should
thank you for so thank you these are square glasses they’re a lot
actually they’re actually a lot easier to draw you can kind of see my
guidelines for hair I’ve definitely simplified it down a little bit kind of
hard to tell from the reference what’s going on with the hair I can only see
that like one side and I can kind of tell that there’s like some swooping
bangs maybe over the forehead now that I flipped the canvas I’m gonna try and put
a little bit more effort into making this character actually look like
Gabrielle so (let’s see) that includes like the distance of the eyes maybe
the size and like the nose and the lips and everything mm-hmm closer if you ever
think “hmm, I can draw eyes pretty well lined up” try and draw glasses over top you’ll
realize how much your eyes are messed up [laughs] I’m trying to move the glasses to fix it
but I don’t think this is gonna cut it I think I’m gonna have to move one of the
eyes I’m just grabbing the colors straight from the reference image again
which is working pretty well I think these colors look spot-on so far I had
to change the line art to a darker color so that I could add a little bit of
shading to the hair I always like to add a gradient to the hair I think it just
makes it look a little bit more like hair cuz again here’s just so many
different colors you have to incorporate a few or it’s gonna look really really
flat adding a little bit of shading to the top and I guess I should add some
kind of background right? it actually doesn’t look too difficult kind of looks
like a perspective grid behind them if you look so I’m just going to draw that out there we go! just tone it down a little bit and
again I’m just gonna use the color balance tool and just tweak the colors
just so they fit together a little bit nicer and here we have the finished
drawing should probably save that one too were you paying attention? how many of these
did I save before I was done? I’m gonna guess not many maybe one all
right let’s move on to the next one all right it’s loading there we go all right
the first one I see like right off the bat is that purple heart emoji so
Mihaela (is that how you say that?) again, I can’t say names, I apologize I also kind of want to do the
background in a bit of an abstract way so I think this will be a lot of fun I
think this is actually number 10 so this is the last one I’m going to go a little
crazy and make this like full-on my art style I’m not gonna worry too
much about resemblance maybe just try to draw acharacter standing in (is that
like a cornfield?) that’s gorgeous but I don’t know what it
is because what I don’t like about some of the previous drawings that I made is
when I do try to make it look like the person too much and I kind of like lose
what’s in my style so I’m gonna keep this very simplistic big swoopy hair
chunky shapes I love chunky hair flip the canvas and
work on this again give it those big my style eyeballs I’m not sure about the
mouth I think when I tone down the line art and the black lines between the
teeth that’ll look a little better I’m not sure what to do with this side bang
I’ve always had trouble drawing these something is not right with this what
is it? maybe the head is just too big [sudden uncontrollable laughter] this isn’t solving any problems oh my gooosh [more laughter] who needs animation right? her her her [laughs]
I’m sorry I could try making the body bigger- oh hey look that was the problem it looks so much better
now for colors again I’m just grabbing them
from the reference image and plopping them in the same as with the other 9 yeah the skin tone doesn’t really look like the reference image I think I would
grab the highlight which is where the Sun is hitting them so I’m just going to
bring it down a little bit but make sure it still kind of resembles the skin tone
from the reference I’m just gonna like use my eye and see what I can do and you
can’t forget blush I tried to fix the teeth I couldn’t do it so I just drew
over it now I’m adding in some rim lighting behind her to kind of give the
idea that the Sun behind them and I think when I add in
the background I’ll make sure it concentrates the brightness in that
corner and I think it’ll look pretty cool we’ll see the background I’m just
picking colors from the reference image and plopping them in kind of trying to
get the overall shape of the background again I’m not trying to be too detailed
with it I just want to give it the illusion because I’m creating these
icons so that they’ll be seen small so I’ve been using pretty thick line art so
when you shrink it down to the size of an icon it should still look okay sometimes when you shrink images you lose a lot of detail so I’m trying to
not put too much detail in because you’re not gonna see it anyway right? and brighten up that corner oh see how that pops! oh! now that’s all in one layer
I’m gonna tweak it a little I did this earlier and one of the other drawings I
don’t remember which one it’s been so long I’m just gonna shrink a few
elements kind of try and make it look a little bit more like our reference image
it’s best I can I’ll still like keeping my style
I’m not worried too much I’m not looking for perfection here if I was it would
have quit a long time ago all right I think this is it I I’m pretty happy with
this one I love the like abstract background it really like suits the art
style of the character and everything but yeah that was ten drawings I feel
pretty accomplished drawing ten! that was a lot out of a lot of comments sorry you
couldn’t get to everyone obviously I am only one person but maybe we can do this
again sometime if you want to use one of the icons I made for your avatar I will
have a link in the description where you can download those if there’s one that
you really liked I want to thank you guys for watching thank you for allowing
me to redraw some of your icons and yeah thank you guys for watching I’ll see you
guys all next week and I hope you have a delicious evening
full of waffles bye! ♪