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    Light

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    The first one with the birds is excellent!

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    Kind of a cheapo update but I thought this was kind of funny, over about 2 years and a half.

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    shiggity schweeet. looking forward to moar sexy artz
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    You seem to have a french influence in your art. I dont know why, but its not a bad thing. Good looking pieces.
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    your rendering is hot. kinda makes your sketches look like they're carved of stone. and you got really twisted imagination. in a good way. so keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monotony View Post
    your rendering is hot. kinda makes your sketches look like they're carved of stone. and you got really twisted imagination. in a good way. so keep it up.
    I'll second that.
    Good work gal/guy?
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    Love your style, A+ x 1,000,

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    Dude, your designs are super radical. Makes me smile.
    cheers

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    hey you i didn't know you actually made art.

    very nice drawings. i'd spend some more time on ensuring good/accurate line before investing too much into the rendering.

    let's see some paints traditional or digital, full compositions, finished pieces. you should be working towards a body of work ready for the big time.

    besides graphite is so high school kekeke.

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    steve- yeah I agree I really wish I had the patience for more contour practice, I'll try to work on it a bit.
    Some sketch and a practice page that is basically the pattern of most of my SB currently, practicing line quality and such.

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    Looking good man. It would be cool to see you expand that univers you create with the characters you do.
    Stay boosy !

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    I dont care what other people think Light! Your a coolio catio in my book.

    Although I would like to see more anatomy studies. Lets see some environments too
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    Cool stuff, man. Solid drawing skills. I'd like to see you push the contrast a little more to really make stuff pop out and feel solid.
    ketchook!


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