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    You still have to update your sketch book with your latest CHOW approach!! It is MARVELLOUS!! I cannot wait to see your version done!

    It is a true inspiration seeing your progress from the first page till now.
    Makes me want to get my chow done also
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

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    Why thank you, I try my best As a token of my appreciation, I will post both latest approaches
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    Oooooo....!!!!! I love the bottom chow sketch! Very graphic style. The top one has some arm anatomy issues. Post 193 sketch is also very dynamic. A general note is that your wrist and ankles tend towards the thick and chunky side. Keep it up!
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    Hey man, that last one looks pretty good, the joust design turned out nice too.
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    Wow, I really liked the last ChOW final entry.. the faces idea was great
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    Here's some seasonal greetings. Sent this out to my family & friends
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    Wow, amazing stuff
    I like the woman with the sharp ears that's holding a baby in her arms, the atmosphere is great - it's a pity you didn't finish this.
    The winged woman in #195 looks great. Was this for the Morrigan-Chow? Anyway, I think the pose of the next one (#196) looks strange, but maybe that's only me.
    Nice sketchbook. I like.

    Edit: Oh, and I nearly forgot to mention that this is totally the kind of christmas card I'd also send to my family & friends xP
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    Hell, that's some fast improvement. Keep drawing, man. You've got a great sense of detail, and you can really show movement when you want to.
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    brilliant progress in under two years man. Reassuring to me since I'm only getting the finger out now to pursue my dreams after much faffing. I love seeing people who develop this strongly. Particularly like the cow you're using for your avatar and the giger sheep, purely cause the sheep's hilarious.

    Also loving the Pratchett reference in your sig. That man is a leg end.
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    speedy improvements. keep up the good work!
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    I love the chows! some are really gorgreous and those worked out images are really neat. Awesome stuff in here. I also really like the chow idw crossover. Cool new age design.
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    Thank you! Currently being swamped in work, so a bit of no drawing on the side lately. Hope to be back soon with some updates..
    Tuner people, not Turner.

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    Ohhhh, i like the snowman!
    Why did i noticed him after christmas? <.<

    Your characters are looking really nice!
    Especially the elaborated characters!
    Very nice.

    You rock, perhaps a bit bit environment?

    Greetings, perhaps take a look at my stuff?, Silwynar :>
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