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Sketchbook of John Thacker

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Date Added: 26th November 2013
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I have always been interested in riding bicycles, so naturally I draw one from time to time (Fig.01).

I have a soft spot for whimsical things, and trains have always been a love of mine, especially steam engines from the early 1900s. The collection of shapes and details on these contraptions makes them such a great subject for playing with (Fig.02).

Fantastical creatures, as always, are such a great playground for bending the rules of real-world anatomy into interesting new shape combinations (Fig.03).

What can I say, who doesn’t have at least a little fondness for cowboys? Like my interest in old trains, cowboys and the Old West are also appealing subjects to me (Fig.04).


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