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    very conceptual and great work but I just dont know where you want me to look at

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    Awesome work.


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    Probably just me, but my eyes automatically went to the breasts.

    Great charcoal work. Have you ever done any negative working charcoals? That's a fun exercise, I love charcoals.

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    Uh oh... does it suffer from a lack of focus? Well for my first finished piece if thats to bad i hope.

    Maximiliaan - Thanks much

    Fourth Nail - Couldn't think of a better place to be drawn to!

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    I s this supposed to be your rendition of the famous "Adam & Eve Story"?

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    Was this taken with a camera? I only ask because everything appears to be soft and I wanted to know if I should blame it on the camera blur. I loev the blending with human and branch, superb job man!

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    qabas12 - Heh, not so much. I simply took the elements we were given as a requirement for the project and kind of arranged them in my head to fit the one idea or emotion I was trying to convey. I was shooting for "dark".

    Rabid Peanut - Yea, I wish I could have gotten a more crisp picture of the drawing. I stood on a chair above the paper to take the picture. I wish I could have posted it at 1024 but it came in over the Mb limit for the attachment manager! Thanks for the kind words too. I had a hell of a time trying to incorporate that tree

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