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    BiNo's Book

    Welcome to my book of recent work
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    For the good of the people
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    The Creep

    The Creep loves the dark and it loves to creep up on it's unsuspecting victims
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    Nice sketchbook.
    Your ability to render is ;LAKSJDFLAKSJDF GREAT WOW
    My fave piece so far would have to be the trex ones.
    Very full of movement and ;lakjdslkfj JUST TO NICE. *____*
    KEEP IT UP.
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    Gigeresque

    My little tribute to HR Giger

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    Like how good you rendering abilities are. It shows on your works. The last one is very interesting
    A thing that I can notice is that on your first posted piece and the one called "The Creep", the background looks empty and not planned. I mean, they look like an afterthought, and you could take advantage of them to enhance the piecess. Somebody around here told me to think about the background as a complement of the character. It adds to the pieces as well as the main figure. Just something to think about. Hope to see more!
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    Some nice works here. I especially dig the the two mice pieces, they are simply very charming.

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    I like the rats!
    Nice start!
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    Cool giger piece dude, have you read the latest imaginefx? they have a tribute to him this month ;-)

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    AvianWarrior

    Thanks for the feedback, so far
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    Omg this is fun so far! The colooours and the rendering is awesome! I love how cartoony your subjects are, but they are portrayed with oddly realistic-feeling details and values. Fantastic, feels so different to everything I've seen here.
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    The Hobbit

    Bilbo, relaxing in the 'shire

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    Love your take on Bilbo! This SB shows a lot of promise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by space-sprayer View Post
    Love your take on Bilbo! This SB shows a lot of promise!

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    Thanks, Nick - I really appreciate that!

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