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Detailed Image of Rifle Drawn In MS Paint


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YouTube user FuggedaboutitNL created this time lapse video of his creation of a picture of a Bushmaster ACR (a type of rifle) using nothing but MS Paint. His channel is filled with similarly precise renditions of guns made with that program.

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Yes you CAN use MS Paint to draw complicated things, but it's just a pain in the neck.
But I don't see how it can be used for technical drawings.. there aren't even any measuring tools.
I use it for rudimentary sketches, and even that takes ages to make it look like something better than what I drew in kindergarten.
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He's quiete a Master in that program.

I think he does in in that program because most of us discard MS Paint as just a cheap sketchbook pad that hasn't got nearly enough capacities to make such complicated renderings.

He shows that you actually can make difficult drawings in this simple program.

I started to use MS-Paint for simple technical drawings that don't require me to beg endlessly with my systems operator for an extra cad-program on our firm's network. He and my boss flatly refuse to buy such programs Why, they won't tell), so I am stuck on the only program available, being MS-Paint...

This guy is my Hero because he shows me that for the time being I can very well do with MS-Paint
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The point is "Let's do it in a program that's really difficult to use because somehow that's more rewarding"?

I just don't get it.
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