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    she died this morning.
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    ow =x sorry to hear that.
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    very nice sketches recently!
    Sorry about your dog
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    : < rest in peace to your dog < 3

    Your work is very lovely, I especially love how you fill up the whole page of your sketchbook with the composition
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    I love your art XD so awesome
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    Last two faces are cool, and just before those, the multi-limbed one is awesome. A little more detailing on his face would have been the cherry to the cake, or whatever is it called.
    And sorry about your dog... Cheers
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    you know, when I was about 10 my favourite cat died. the day after I got into a panic 'course I found out we had no clear photos of the creature at all - just a few blotches. I was afraid in a year or so I'd forgot what he had looked like, so I spend all evening making a painting of him. I'm still pretty proud of that painting. well, considering my age and all.
    you might want to try it. it's a good way to commemorate.
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    I'm sorry about your dog, too My cat died of cancer over a year ago...she was just about to turn 13... I felt like I'd lost a family member. we had really had a connection, even if she was just a cat. I felt like I had lost the only thing in the world that was completely dependent on me. I basically cried for three days straight (and going to school after the morning she died was no easy task!), and when I was dry of tears things started to look up. nowadays I visit her grave now and then and look back to our funny moments together.
    good sketches. peace
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    miyamoto musashi

    trying to shit something good for ax.
    god it's so fucking hard to make anything good.
    fucking frustrating.
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    Eye popping sketchbook. O_O

    Hey your Miyamoto Musashi sketch is great. Vagabond is awesome.
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    i made a damn mess.
    a.k.a. ~*~*experimenting with pattern/texture. *~*~
    horseshit dammit
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    hey bapsi! doing a lil better I hope?
    drawing's not shit- but I think experimenting with the textures inside figures would give more interesting results.
    now you did the most interesting parts outside anything representational.
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    Your samurai sketch is really cool, the last post has a nice surreal feel to it and nice to experiment as well. Keep it up.
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