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    Strong start.
    Love the loose lines
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    oh my god these are amazing! I really really love the watercolor/ballpoint stuff. Wow...right, im inspired now!

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    12 minutes of drawing from this weekend...

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    All I can say is this stuff is absolutely beautiful man. thanks for sharing.
    "A drawing is not necessarily academic because it is thorough, but only because it is dead. Neither is a drawing necessarily academic because it is done in what is called a conventional style, any more than it is good because it is done in an unconventional style. The test is whether it has life and conveys genuine feeling."- Harold Speed
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    hot off the presses - tonights digital long pose....(3hr pose)
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    I agree with John Mahoney. Great drawings

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    second pass at this recline pose: (I like this one better - less fiddly...)
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    bigger over here...

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    This is a wonderful sketch book, My favorite parts are the portraits.
    Thank you for posting your work, and I can't wait to see more.

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    Very inspiring! I love your sketches, they're so full of movement!
    And I really dig your colour palette in those digital paintings.

    Keep up the good work!

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    i like your work , very fluid, i think you deserve some stars, but also agree i could image if you did a finished concept...it could be great, will be great....

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    thanks Vai! That's what I'm all about - keeping it alive in the drawing - the movement!

    2kre8 - but this is my sketchbook! no finished stuff here!!!

    here's some doodles from last weekend - check the blog to see 'em bigger...

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    The second pass at the reclining pose is definately the stronger visual of the long life poses. Those last few ink doodles are really, really nice. 5 star stuff here!
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    great stuff- love the quick n dirty sketches- the motion definately carries into the more finished stuff- great skin tones and use of color- D

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    Loving the gorgons - they really have a sense of fluidity to their snakes. Although, oddly, I think this makes them a little less snakelike. It's a fine balance to tread between having the snakes flex muscles and hover in the air like you see them doing when they hang off of trees.... and having them just emphasize gesture to the MAX. You pull it off very well.
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