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    Yeah i love how much you suggest with very little mark making, those portraits are great! good character in all of them

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    These are great sir !!
    Thanks a lot for sharing

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    so like, is the dude in the first panel totally pukin? everythings awesome, I hope the future looks like that, minus all the smoke. nice portraits!

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    oils on point!! that first one is going to have me throwing all kinds of juicy strokes on my next figure painting

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    Those oils are sick , inspiring work as usual, thanks for taking the time to crit in my sb, very much appreciated. Whats even more appreciated is the time and energy you and the guys at mb are putting into the dvds and the downloadable vids. I know I have a ways to go as an artist, but if it wasn't for mb, I wouldn't be where I am today. Can't wait for the workshop, its going to be one for the history books my friend, back to the drawing board.

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    yesssss! oiiilllssss!!! sweet dude - thanks for these - very helpful for my current practise.

    PS you made yourself more hunsum. Cheating!!

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    diggin the textures and lighting in those enviro speedies

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    Enviroments are really cool. And juicy strokes in the oil portraits!

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    cool, you have a sketchbook! I haven't seen this before. Really nice paintings, both traditional and digital. I really like traditional painting, its very nice to see amongst all the photoshopping. Its hard to crit you since you most probably are ahead of me on every point haha One thing that i always admire is when someone uses few strokes that tell just as much as if it was super rendered. In my opinion that takes more skill and knowledge, and i'd say you do it very well!
    sorry for all the asspatting.

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    realmente muy bueno

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    Quote Originally Posted by el coro
    what can i say? cant wait to see you in seattle. i stare at your face every day..im not joking. kisses.
    haha,yeah i know. do you have it at work? y'know i'd like it for myself
    sweet portraits,my fav is probably the last because of the soft blend.
    would appreciate you stoppin by my book sometime

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    awesome sb coro! it's awesome seeing how all the neighborhood crackheads influence your bums and whores. that one skinny tweaked out chick with the dudes, is it that small red head that hangs out at the corner with those patent boots and pimps? i saz you do one of the crazed babymangirl with the fro and hands in her(?) pants!

    as always great stuff all around. esp. those portraits.

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    If I ever make it to an industrial death world with huge vats of molten something or other, I'll be thinking of the Bahamas too. Top notch work, like the greens in the girl with the blue lighting, enviros from you are always awesome.

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    love those oils! Really ballsy painting!

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    hey man, nice to see your sutff here again, is reallyl great learn something from your art.

    Keep posting

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    i thought i would never get the chance to comment in an el coro sketchbook since i joined CA too late, thank god for sparth and his powers of radiating nostalgic-ness :p subscribing to this for sure

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    You‘r really modest as always
    The massive black for me is a goal, I hope one day can join the Shanghai studio, I know that I need this precious chance!I need chance

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    dude coro your art is friggin amazing I love your environments and vehicle designs a lot

    also I saw your sketchbook in IFX, was a good read :] very insperational stuff man, I'm a big fan :]

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    You be drawing all good and shit.

    I'm happy that you decided to start this book seeing this stuff has been a real inspiration. I'm also glad to see you posting in other's books more.

    See ya in Seattle!!!!

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    That last batch of oils is nuts. I love the bold and fluid brushwork you've got, and those colors are equally dope. Those digitals are rad too. I always wondered if there was somebody thinking about palm trees and beaches in a super teched out future. Digging the variety of textures, especially that chalk/pastel look in some spots. Dope as always.

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    Just wanted to say thank you for your contribution to this site and for sharing your work and techniques with us. You have been a great inspiration and I look forward to future updates.... subscribed.

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    amazing! your work is beautiful!

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    System OverLOOAAD! Heh, here I am watching a vid of Jon Foster speaking at AAU, looking at Richard Schmid's work (via another window) and now your latest oils.

    I.Can't.Take.iT. Anymore. Heh..well actually I can - keep bringing it! As usual, beautiful work. But I'm thinking I really, really love your oil paintings the most!

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    Holy hell you started an sb??! I remember finding out who you were last year at San Fran, spending like 2 hours with one of your sketchbooks in my hands and nearly peeing myself like the entire time. Can't say just how excited I am that you're posing here now. pld: Thanks so much for sharing all your stuff... and I guess I'll see ya in Seattle in a couple days?

    edit: a quick question I didn't get the chance to ask at the workshop... I noticed you used ink or a fat splat of color of some kind in a lot of your sketchbook pages... but it's vibrant like marker ink. I know it could be a variety of different mediums, but I'm curious what you use. Could you share your secret?

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    oh shit you guys found me! i need to update this today. and respond to all your kind comments! hope everyone had a happy holidays!-c36

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    save me with your crits!
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    happy new year dood!
    this is like striking oilz in the sketchbook section... great news that you started up a new SB. here i was having no idea. Anywhizzle be sure to make some humorous perverted artwork in seattle.

    edit: Questions!
    Do you still do the full-color sketchbooks? if not, has the energy you put into those now going towards the alla-prima oils? There was a page i saw... like in 2004 at the san fran workshop... i believe the composition was 4 apostles on one page: what did you use for the gold leaf effect in the background?

    big props to yourself and the other mb crew for putting together these downloads... they be the cat's tits.

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    Impresses! Saw monsters on your site, really terrible creatures, rather original mood, excellent anatomy. Spread characters here

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    Sup Coro.
    It was kick ass to be able to see you work in Seattle! PLEASE bug Nox to post his PS brushes!
    I didn't really get a chance to watch you complete your speed enviros because I was constantly running around and to say the least enviros are NOT my favorite thing to paint. I'm always amazed by the amount of detail and especially atmosphere you can achieve in peoples environments and I can never do anything like it. So do you mind sharing your technique?

    Dude, your creature demo was hysterical! I think you and Dan Milligan should do stand up comedy together!

    I thought this was an interesting coincidence so I'd post it.

    So a few weeks ago I posted my first ever life drawing that I did. It was this:


    Today I was looking through your gallery and I found this oil painting that you did of the same model. It's pretty friggin awesome... especially after seeing other oil paintings that have been done of the model.


    Anyway... enough spamming your SB. Take care man!

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