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    Thats a real sham, so thankgod you scanned and saved it on the internet. Your style is great and I would love to see even more of that come through in more paintings!

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    I like your style, keep these commin'.

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    These are awesome, and it looks like you have a pretty distinct style. Keep up the work!

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    Don't know if you like being called adorable but it's there in your style.

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    great sketchbook

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    kirpid? is that you mate?
    lol i didnt knew that was you
    and i was thinking that the style was familiar to me heheheh
    keep up mate

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    Sheesh, coming into my threads with threats and insults... it's like you're my angry stalker ;P Better do the same...

    'Cept, I dun wanna. Well, kinda, part of me thinks it'd be a vicious comeback to say something like "It was fate that it got burned, protecting us from the horror", but more seriously I'm enjoying your style and it really is a shame it got burned.

    Not sure how to describe it, but it feels kind of hard and jarring to me, but in a really good way. Love the expressions you have on everything as well and the stylization. Post more dude! =)

    "I have learnt silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet strange, I am ungrateful to these teachers." - Kahlil Gibran


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    Thanks for showing this sketchbook so much love. I'll post a new one soon.

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    Here's a link to the new sketchbook The Unstopable Nobody

    Here's a small preview

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    dearest duke,

    im not sure if its the size/resolution of the pics you posted but things seem too frenetic and undefined to actually see clearly what you had in mind... granted this is sketchbook work and not finished stuff, its still lacking clarity of depiction. your ugly papers link leads to a single image and then several removed or deleted photobucket images and thus serves no purpose. i think drawing/thinking "in form" instead of "line" will serve you well.

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    Awesome!

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    Good stuff in here, thanks for sharing.

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    great energy in your work!

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