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    yikes! I've been censored.
    It never occured to me that the image could be construed as innapropriate.
    I guess I've been desensitized.

    heres a new study.
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    some of the stuff I've been up too, more to come.

    Thanks for looking

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    Ah, nice paintings! This last piece is very nice; I love how how the colors are blended, and the lighting is so warm and peaceful- nice for a portrait. Great work!

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    niice work - i like the feeling of thick paint even on your digitals! awesome stuff! keep posting man!

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    marmalade

    Some newer stuff, including some older stuff. I was finally able to take some pictures of some of my older traditional media work.

    The troll piece was inspired by hurricane, need to finish that.... someday
    thanks for looking

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    Great color sensibility here, carried through to all the shadows. I appreciate the looseness of these digitals, they maintain their life from earlier sketches it seems. What did you use for drawing the anatomical foot in the last post? It has a nice old anatomist notation feel to it.

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    i love it! the first one is my fav! really great sense of color and atmosphere!
    the anatomy study rocks too!

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    great!

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    Thank you everyone, the foot was done with a red uniball pen and the painting of the girl beneath it was done in oil on board 7feet by 4 feet or something.

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    Amazing stuff in here. Really like your style. Can't wait to see the next update!

    Work hard, anything is possible. I know, I know, it’s a very cheesy response but it’s true. Hard work and dedication is the key to reach your dreams. -Bjørn Hurri

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    this thread is going to be big...very big....
    amazing work!

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    great control of your lines, very well developed

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    new piece, although i'd say its more developed than a sketch.

    thanks for looking

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