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    Droppity drop drop :)

    Been under the weather since Wednesday, and still fighting it off, but I had to get this pin-up done for my buddy's book called Clockwork Girl. Here's their site to those who'd like to get more familiarized with the characters [link]
    Be sure to drink your Orange Juice, and plenty of water, gang. The flu ain't no joke.

    Droppity drop drop :)
    Shot at 2007-11-20

    And while I'm at it, here's some more stuff, too.
    Hope y'all digs!

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    Glad to see you back at it. Love all your work. Hope you feel weel. Peace!
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    Cheeks is back! hope you`ll feel better buddy.
    excellent character work, fluid and dynamic poses you got here.
    always liked your style, you know that...

    I would like to see some of these more saturated, perhaps.
    it works anyway, though.

    keep it up.


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    aw mann hope you get better real quick. my girls very ill with a gnarly cough, so i know how miserable you must feel (well, more like how miserable you would make your loved ones feel ). the picture of the pitcher is heaps dynamic, but then again i cant remember when your lines strayed from the dynamic. keep posting mate
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    I like so much your style and i ever Astonished abaut your capacity to give a Plasticityin a carachter movment!
    VERY VERY VERY GOOOD WORKS!
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    I would give my left shoe to see your stuff animated with the same elegance and character as your images : )
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    everyone is commenting on your dynamic poses - and rightly so - but, beyond the obvious, BEAUTIFUL use of proportions, color and line. 'Grats on great work.
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    i love how far you push wolvie. very few have the guts to really make him all their own. he looks like a barney rubble/wolvie mash up :P
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    Wow, the flu is everywhere! Even the Atlantic Ocean can't stop it..... Yep, I was also too late drinking orange juice.
    Despite the flu you managed to made a great pin-up!!
    The two main characters looked very familiar to me. I've probably seen them a while ago at the blog from Jose Lopez.... Yeah, that's it. He also made a great pin-up for Clockwork Girl. Both versions are different but very well executed.

    Back to the work above: your sporty sketches are awesome!!

    Hope you will soon be better.
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    im crurious...what do you use for color.
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    Love the body language and energy in your work. The only bit I don't like is the hair on Wolverines arms - looks more like skin grafts to me.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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