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    nice style there, i hope to see more of your work. And i could sign under Salacuis post, what did you draw them(the fetherguys) with (pencil and then to the computer)
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    Hey nim, cool drawings, yeah damn you're doing great work with the lines. Really expressive.
    Like the bird people. The nose-beak and the way you've pushed the sternum out a little bit. Great.

    And the colour stuff. Bam, gorgous. You know how to work both with line and mass, great.

    So where are you from then? Live in Sweden? Come draw with me then
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    edit: btw had a fun 2x30min compo with Eden the 7th, forgot to post those.
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    current stage on a piece I'm working on. (imaginary fftactics-like game kind of bunch)
    stages: [earlier unsaved]
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    Please post more pictures. These are turning out nicely.
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    I like your line quality.
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    My My, Keep working at it.

    It whould be nice to see a more complete pieace.

    Also update more.
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    Nice work!! I really like your lines That colour piece is shaping up nicely as well!

    Keep on goin'
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    thanks for the comments!

    did another dude in that character collage. very pleased! old hindu/sikh visual culture is awesome! persian also! many happy mistakes turned into features. thanks a zill for those book scans of hindu costumes and munitions, Jove! I'm totally using those directly now \:V/ (like the awesome weapon of the new dude).
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    doodle while studying courses I should've taken 8 years ago x)
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    reads: stick the sword where the TV does not shine. that which hides in the darkness. that which endures not being seen.
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    I really enjoy your drawings a lot, and I agree I want to see something more finished! I think there is a lot of charm in line work alone though, perhaps with a varied weight?
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    Blythe: thanks. yes varried line width is cool! tricky though :0 will work on finished-ish paint sketches. must practice that!

    snail speed additions. didn't turn out to fit in very well in the group. oddball figures :/
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    ya drawings of the winged people are nice, wish i could see them in colour =)
    Must keep drawing!!!

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    Man really nice sketchbook, you have a nice style and a nice linework, would like to see more colors now
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    Haha, man I love how you used that ref for the Indian fellas. I'm looking forward to seeing what you come up with for the group activity thing
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