Back The Bid

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Back the Bid. An effort to get squash into the Olympic by 2020. This drawing supposedly be Nicol David, female number 1 squash player :D Didn't happen. Ref used: [Link]
Java Draw   Created Oct 15, 2012   736 x 1024px    Unless noted Copyright 2012 nanagooch.

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crinaanca  Oct 19, 2012

nice expression ! lovely portrait !

ammona  Oct 17, 2012

wowwwww,awesomeeeeee.niceeee portrait.u drew the letters very well.5/5.

nanagooch replied:  Oct 18, 2012

thank you ammona :) it's difficult to draw those using mouse

jellybean2011  Oct 17, 2012

what a great drawing i love the brillant job you done on her face i cant understand why squash isnt in the olympics it seems so silly it is a sport andyou must need lots of energy to play it 5h fav

nanagooch replied:  Oct 17, 2012

thank you jellybean :) yeah...it's very weird. it is rated as the world's healthiest sport and it's not in...at least it's in the commonwealth sport...but it's not the same... sighh...

tytto  Oct 16, 2012

Very nice drawing. 5/5h

pencildream  Oct 15, 2012

great concept!

nanagooch replied:  Oct 15, 2012

Thank you all :) I only redraw from a photo. There are more of these photos posted by professional squash players & fans @ the squash2020.com website to show support to get squash into the 2020 Olympics. Hope squash will get its spot for d first time

mishee  Oct 15, 2012

nice draw ...5/5. :)

Anniebee  Oct 15, 2012

very nice work ... and message

madmomentsgo  Oct 15, 2012

cool

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