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Pirate's Treasure

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Ye Ole Pirate's Treasure Chest

Ye Ole Pirate's Treasure Chest

Hello:

Here is a drawing of a pirate treasure chest.

I used to go treasure hunting when I was younger, however I had to put my metal detector in the corner and just look at it now. Those sure were the good ole days.

I have a lot of hobbies. How about you? Start taking Action on one of your hobbies now. Do you Dare To Dream?

Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Oh Marty, lucky you! I always wanted a metal detector - they'd be such fun!
I love this drawing the most, I think.
Do you darken the lines in a graphics program?

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1849 Gold Rush

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

1849 Gold Rush

1849 Gold Rush

Hello:

Here is a drawing of a prospector panning for gold, I had the 1849 gold rush in mind when I sketched it. I used a number two art pencil. When you see any of my drawings I only use a number two art pencil and a charcoal pencil for shading and/or for shadows.

Please leave you comments on my drawings and oil paintings if you like them. If you don't I still want your feedback on them.

Thank You...Marty Hamilton!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, your 2B pencils must look a lot like mine ... short! This is a super drawing.

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Pannin Fur Gold

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Pannin Fur Gold

Pannin Fur Gold

Hello:

Here is a drawing I have done with a number two art pencil. And for the shadows or shading I used a charcoal pencil.

This drawing or sketch is an old prospector panning for gold, well he didn't strike it rich because all he could find was them thar booze bottles. I think he was too close to camp. What do you all think?

Thank You....Marty Hamilton!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, he looks harmless enough! So long as he's enjoying himself. Your drawing made me smile, thanks.

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Farm Tractor

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Farm Tractor

Farm Tractor

Hello;

Here is a drawing of a farm tractor, plus other things to remind me of how it was when I lived down on the farm.

I used a number two art pencil. For shading I used an art charcoal pencil. Sometimes I will use it with some tissue paper for shading, however doing it this way you must be careful that you don't smudge it. Sometimes I will use my finger. Just use it like a whisper, very lightly. Please let me know how you like it.

Thank You...Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Marty, I love all of your drawings - they draw me in and I spend ages looking at all the intricacies that you include. You have a great style, thanks for sharing them.

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Injun Stand

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Injun Stand

Injun Stand

Hello Again: Here is a drawing that I thought would bring a laugh from someone.

I used an art pencil # 2 and a little rub with my fingers.

I thought about people going to flea-markets and I wondered how the Injun's done it. Hope you enjoy my drawings.

Please leave a good or bad comment.

Thanks...........Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, I think this is great!

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Just Married Indian Style

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Just Married Indian Style

Just Married Indian Style

Hello;

Here is a drawing I call Just Married Indian Style. I just used a regular number two pencil. I used more pressure and going over the drawing more to create darker lines. I hope you enjoy this drawing, please let me know how you like it.

I love drawing Indian sketches how about you?

I also write fiction stories and yes I also write about Indians.

Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty! I love your drawings, they have so much detail and they keep me enthralled for ages. I really like this one, too.

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Crazy Horse-Injun Too

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Crazy Horse-Injun Too

Crazy Horse-Injun Too

Hello:

Here is a drawing of an Indian and his horse drinking from a small puddle of water in the desert. Do you think he was crazy being out in the middle of nowhere without extra drinking water?

Or was he there for something else? I used a number two art pencil. Can you feel the heat? I'm getting thirsty are you?

Please let me know how you like this drawing.

Thank You...Marty Hamilton.

P.S. I have a lot more drawings I have done, please let Kerry or me know if you would like to see more.

***Note from Kerry:
Marty, it's a great drawing. I love the mountains the most, in this one.

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I AM

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

I AM

I AM

Hello, I started drawing after I got out of the hospital where I had a six-way by-pass open heart operation. They worked on me all night. Both my lungs collapsed and the left lung collapsed twice. I coded or died six times and was in a coma three weeks. This was in Feburary of 2004, I was 64 years old.

I saw a lot of things while I was in my coma and a lot was revealed to me. This was my first drawing. I am now 68 years old, and I will show you more of my drawings later on. I just used a number 2 pencil and sketched this while I was in the hospital.

Thank You: Marty Hamilton-Fairmount, Indiana.

***Note from Kerry:
This is a lovely drawing Marty. It's fantastic for your first drawing ever!

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Jesus

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Jesus

Jesus

Hello:

Here is another drawing I finished when I was in the hospital about three months after my heart operation. I have been in and out of the hospital about 20 times over the last four years and seven months.

I also sketched this with a number two pencil. Please let me know how you like my drawings. I have been working on drawings for a kid's coloring book also and some other drawings.

Thank You; Martin Hamilton

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, thank you for sharing your drawings with us. It's hard to remember that you are just starting to draw. You have a gift!

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Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco

Chew Mail Pouch Tobacco

Hello;

Here is a drawing that could be seen along the highways across America. Of course that was about fifty years ago. I don't smoke. I used to smoke and I'm sure glad I quit, I just wanted to live longer.

I hope that you will enjoy this drawing of memories from my past of long ago.

Please let me know how you like it.

I thank Kerry for keeping this Great Website up and running. I just love showing off my drawings and oil paintings. I hope that more people find this website and start drawing.

Thank You Kerry...............Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, I love drawings of old buildings in pencil.

Thank you for your kind words, I really appreciate your support.

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The Indian Chief

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

The Indian Chief

The Indian Chief

Hello again:

Marty Hamilton here. Here is a drawing I did of an Indian Chief. I love Indian pictures of about any kind as I have Cherokee in me. I hope you enjoy the drawing as much as I enjoyed drawing it.

I only started drawing when I was sixty-four years young. Well I am now sixty-eight years young and I visit this website all the time. I think I am getting better at drawing because of all the tips offered on this website. I used a number two pencil. Keep up the good work...
Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Hi Marty, I love the style you used to achieve this drawing. It's very clever.

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Gunfighter

by Martin Hamilton
(Fairmount, Indiana-U.S.A.)

Gunfighter

Gunfighter

Hello:

Here is a drawing of a Gunfighter. I just used a # 2 pencil to draw this one. I really like it, it reminds me of the old westerns. How about you. What does it remind you of?

Come on do your best now.

Marty!

***Note from Kerry:
Ha ha Marty. Well, it reminds me of the old movies too. I've seen a few in my time and I always enjoyed them. Just as I enjoyed seeing your drawing.

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