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    A burst of creative juices

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    Nothing. Not even a "the bottom shoe looks great"?

    you ppl suck!

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    You didn't even wait an hour and you're already bitching about no responces? I think you posted in the wrong section. You can get to the sugar coated ooos and aaaahhs section at the top of the finished gallery page.

    Oh and I think the bottom shoe does look great. But what's with the knife and the white lines all over the place. It's hard to tell what's going on. And what's with that pose? Is he dancing with his purse? Is he some sort of well dressed rich kid thief? You know the ones who get up in the morning and bus down town and hang out with the homless people and pan handle all day then take the last bus back home to thier big mansions at the end of the day.

    Stop spending you life hanging around and expection instant responces and praise for your work. Go draw another one. Come back tomorrow to see what people have said.

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    Wasn't looking for oohs, or aahs. I'm not good enough for that.

    The knife is a completely random occurance. I ended up putting the white lines in on a whim because I though the brown background too plain.

    There was absolutely no thought in this. In which case, I interpret his pose to him pouncing on someone. That's probably where the knife came from. This wasn't a character. This was me painting differently than I've painted before. Maybe that's why it catches MY attention so well.

    And I did draw another pic (attempting @ the same feel) the next day.



    Meh, what you were saying about not waiting long enough is right tho.

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    Nice.

    But it's hard to see which leg is in front in the bottom one.

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