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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.
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.
FUCK YOU YA PRETENTIOUS DICKS!! BAN ME!!
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.
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Good work gal/guy?
Love your style, A+ x 1,000,
Dude, your designs are super radical. Makes me smile.
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.
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.
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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