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NYBT ART FOR EDARD JERIA

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NYBT Hi all, I have created this forum to show my works.
As most know, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE PROGRAMS GMAX, HACI I did it on pencil and paper.
Hope you enjoy and leave comments


IS BUILDING THE BUILDING OF LEXINGTON STREET, BY DARKONO and was what inspired me
 
Pinchen TO ENLARGE

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Everyone is welcome to show their appreciation of NYBT and their work related to NYBT. 

 

@Edwardjeria: Great job with your drawings. I see that you're improving very fast :) 

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The image of 10 east 40th street that was posted actually comes from a firm that makes cast metal miniature models....see it.

 

I would also suggest everyone to take a serious look at the whole website...there are lot of nice cast metal replicas to look at!

 

The other images, on the other hand, are original work, and i appreciate the effort that was put into them :).

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  • thanks
    BC manufacturer: of course if
    Vlasky: thanks, is my way of contributing to nybt
    Sgt Pepper: Thanks for your comment
    Darknono35: thank you creations inspire me in my first play. thanks my friend
    Francis90b: thanks for the info

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    for my next work I will bring

    the for season  hotel to ny to support my friend parisian

    :)))))))))) Thank you for this Man. It s a good and original appreciation you give us all through your artistic drawings. Love original people so love it that way. Thank you again :P

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    hello to all my friends nybt

    I brought the progress of my new work and also teach some history of ny

    Does anyone know which buildings are these?

    Singer Building, demolished a long time ago. Someone was creating it. But don't remember who...

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    Yep it's the singer Building ;) demolished to leave his place to the One Liberty Street, and the tallest building of the world in 1908 the year of his completion. But I don't remember if anyone has re-created this old building ...

    Beautiful drawn Edwardjeria, I thanks to remember this monument

     

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  • parisian congratulations and darkono
    I'm glad you know about history
    I'll have the work ready soon
    and I Hope That I recommend MOST historic buildings

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  • hello my friends
    As promised I brought part of the Four Seasons hotel and something to and worked
    hope you like



    sorry for the size but I have some problems

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  • hello to all my friends nybt and created this new forum for historical photos show ny to remind buildings left in the past, but we have not forgotten hope you like


    This first picture is from 1916 taken from a penthouse overlooking Central parka the 5 ave.3740706268_42be5b4518_b.jpg

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  • yes, I love that part of n. :golly:
    but not many buildings that currently keep my friend
    Acknowledge only hotel plaza, building crown, the fountain and the statue of the park.
    I regret not recognize the rest of the buildings :???:

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  • because he likes both the first picture my friend sgt pepers, here is the second

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    was taken in 1890
    and as you can see the 5 ave. is full of luxurious homes people can recognize the metropolitan club and hotel tanbien sherry ancestors Netland and savoy hotel.
    it shows that in 30 years, the hotel earned enough to build the buildings we know today

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