Sketch Prizes

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      Thanks Mark.....now into war ones.....Iwo anyway. This is right after Stryker fights PFC Thomas for getting one of his men killed and two wounded. Afterwards, they leave as friends. There is blood trickling out of Thomas' right side of his mouth in case you wonder what it is, LOL.

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      Keith my site address is on my members profile but here it is anyway, there is a link to my second site on the contents page. I picked the Eldorado, True-grit and the Fort Apache sketches, did you finally finish Fort Apache. The Ben Johnson one is great so lifelike.

      cahill-johnwayne.zxq.net/JohnWayne.html
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      Hi Tommy, Hope you had fun. I haven't changed the Ft. Apache one. If you want it changed, I will try to do it tonight. I assume your site addresses have your snail mail address on it. Short of cash until these next two checks come in and not sure what it will cost to mail to the UK.....need some tracing paper to go between each also. Thanks about Ben's pic....I thought it came out pretty much the way I wanted. Did you want it instead of FT. Apache? I like that one....all the guys look right, just wanted Hank to look different. OK, let me know, and hope you stick with the GW...we have until the end of the month and haven't gotten to the good parts yet, LOL! HAGO, KEITH
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      Just lost a long post...here we go again.
      HAH, well, so be it then, Lady Hawk, MB! You know, my official American Mountain Man name is Hawk. You are given your name by your brigade. You don't get one until you are deemed worthy.....for some folks it takes years. With all the completely unexplainable HAWK things that have happened to me, (and I don't believe in that kind of thing until it hits you slap dab in the face three or four times), and my grandfather who I am named after and take after, Will Keith Hawks, plus the small amount of Indian blood......Hawk became my name. And, that is what I am called at the Rendezvous' and the primitive campouts. So, there you have it....Funny you should choose that name MB....got any Indian blood in you?

      I have been dreading this sketch every since I began this project. I am sure you all know about the Patriotic bit at the end, but in all the hundreds of times I have seen The Shootist and read about it, I have never noticed it. So, when I did the screen capture and saw it, I was just flabbergasted. Made me think even more than ever that Duke really DID think this was probably his last film, with the dying of cancer, Bond for his landlady's name, and THIS! Not to mention giving Ole Dollor away, etc. So, you tell me what you think. Have you all seen this before.....am I the only person who doesn't notice important things? So, here it is. Patriot to the end!
      Lady Hawk!

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      Rocklin wrote:

      The Fort Apache one please, you have got the likeness of Kirby and Collingwood, Thursday just doesn't seem right.


      Well, for you my dear Tommy, I will either FIX Hank so he does look right to you, or I will redraw it. Please don't quit the GW though, LOL.

      Love your site. Tried to comment on something but it took me all over the place....will try again. Haven't seen near all I would like. Oh, and want to do the camera Cong tour. That must have taken you FOREVER.

      I will work on Hank today. Hopefully my checks will get here in a few days and I will mail all out. Thanks and HAGO, Keith
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      Rocklin wrote:

      Hows Fort Apache coming along worked out the glitches yet Keith


      Hi Tommy, Sorry....haven't done any sketching.....gotta get back to it.,
      Shouldn't take but a few minutes. Hope to send yours and Mark's out Monday.

      HAGO,KEITH
      God, she reminds me of me! DUKE
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      Hi Keith and I must say more than just a job well done. These are great and the characters are easy to "see". I used to draw and got pretty good at doiung pencils and using ink pens. I would then "paint" the proper color in using crayon markers. I had about 20 drawings but--they all get damaged somehow around 15 or so years ago--and I guess someone in the fmaily threw them out. Two I was particularly poud of were two of my pencil drawings. One showed a highly detailed Spiderman swinging using his web and I did the art to look like Todd McFarlane's art for Spiderman Nr 1. Mine actually looked a lot like his but still missed a bit. The other pencil sketch I ded was the cover to: The Amazing Spiderman Nr 129--featuring the first appeanence of The Punsiher.

      Amazing Spiderman issue nr 129:


      Spiderman Nr 1:


      Others I did ere of Jonah Hex. One I titled, Clint Eastwood IS Jonah Hex.
      This Hex cover was one fo about 4 I did:

      One very similar to this one was another:

      One I cant find that shows him being shot and falling off a balcony through a rail-was my best of the lot.
      This is another I did:

      See why he reminds me of Clint Eastwood who would have been perfect to portray Hex.

      I also TRIED to draw Sgt. Rock but never could master that character. I did one like this:
      Cant find the exact image but much like this none. I never could ghet his face and hands correct:


      Did another like this one:

      Joe Kubert and Russ Heath are my favorite Sgt. Rock artists. I cant seem to find any hardly any Heath stuff posted on the net--which is a darn shame.
      This is a good example of a Russ Heath cover. I love his stuff.
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..

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      Thanks there Young 'Un. Enjoy doing the drawings. About to try Prisma colors......never worked with color before.

      Neat pics you sent....when I was a kid, I drew Batman and Robin, Superman, Flash etc. Long time ago, LOL!

      Well, have a good one, Keith


      The Ringo Kid wrote:

      Hi Keith and I must say more than just a job well done. These are great and the characters are easy to "see". I used to draw and got pretty good at doiung pencils and using ink pens. I would then "paint" the proper color in using crayon markers. I had about 20 drawings but--they all get damaged somehow around 15 or so years ago--and I guess someone in the fmaily threw them out. Two I was particularly poud of were two of my pencil drawings. One showed a highly detailed Spiderman swinging using his web and I did the art to look like Todd McFarlane's art for Spiderman Nr 1. Mine actually looked a lot like his but still missed a bit. The other pencil sketch I ded was the cover to: The Amazing Spiderman Nr 129--featuring the first appeanence of The Punsiher.

      Amazing Spiderman issue nr 129:


      Spiderman Nr 1:


      Others I did ere of Jonah Hex. One I titled, Clint Eastwood IS Jonah Hex.
      This Hex cover was one fo about 4 I did:

      One very similar to this one was another:

      One I cant find that shows him being shot and falling off a balcony through a rail-was my best of the lot.
      This is another I did:

      See why he reminds me of Clint Eastwood who would have been perfect to portray Hex.

      I also TRIED to draw Sgt. Rock but never could master that character. I did one like this:
      Cant find the exact image but much like this none. I never could ghet his face and hands correct:


      Did another like this one:

      Joe Kubert and Russ Heath are my favorite Sgt. Rock artists. I cant seem to find any hardly any Heath stuff posted on the net--which is a darn shame.
      This is a good example of a Russ Heath cover. I love his stuff.
      God, she reminds me of me! DUKE