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Old Posted Feb 11, 2011, 12:02 AM
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Smile Empire state building drawing!

hey i am 16 years old and drawing buidlings is my passion.
i started working on the ESB drawing since 8th grade, but i am not finished yet because i started working on the Downtown New York drawing.
heres the Empire State Building and midtown

heres a close up of ESB!

and heres my finished Downtown New York drawing!

and heres me and my drawing
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2011, 12:30 AM
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You should eventually draw the entire NYC skyline, that would effing sweet. You have talent sir.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2011, 12:33 AM
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You should eventually draw the entire NYC skyline, that would effing sweet. You have talent sir.
that would be awesome! thank you! that meanst alot!
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Great drawings! I love how detailed the Antenna is on 1 WTC in the drawing.
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Old Posted Feb 11, 2011, 2:35 AM
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Great drawings! I love how detailed the Antenna is on 1 WTC in the drawing.
thank you that means alot!
i had a lot of fun working on the WTC and all the other buildings!
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The high line! I saw exactly that view of ESB yesterday.

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Wow, you two were in exactly the same spot! Nice photos by each of you. Cool how the sky and camera exposure looks completely different on a clear vs. cloudy day.
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Yeah, it's crazy that the angle is identical. And yes, the lighting was changing all the time yesterday. I have pictures taken 2 minutes apart that look like they are from different days.
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Sorry the photo is so large, but it has to be to get the full effect...

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Tonight they left the green flood lights on, its 6:30AM here and there still on, awesome! Normally the lights are shut off @ 2AM

Does anybody know whats the purpose of that yellow circular light, that lights up on the spire during the after hours? even though the flood lights are on this yellow light is on too.
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Nice shots! The last ones remind me of the time my friend and I snuck up to the top when it was closed on during the summer of 1994. We had the 102nd floor to ourselves and saw the WTC get struck by lightning during a thunderstorm.
wow, how on earth did you do that?
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Empire State is blue right now, it's autism awareness month.
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