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    I don't see why anyone would want to buy a loose sketch, a finished one perhaps I can see.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    I don't see why anyone would want to buy a loose sketch, a finished one perhaps I can see.
    you're stupid.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by complete2 View Post
    you're stupid.
    I'm stupid because I'm not being a fangirl and not going !omg it's marko so I just have to love it!!!

     

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    No, you're stupid because you can't see sweet art vs rendered art.

    You're going to look at this in a year and you are going to feel silly.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    I'm stupid because I'm not being a fangirl and not going !omg it's marko so I just have to love it!!!
    ... stupid people love to put words into other peoples mouths...
    im not a "fanboy".
    actually you're stupid because you "cant understand why someone would want to buy a loose sketch"
    you said it yourself. "you cant understand"
    that makes you stupid.
    stupid.

     

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    furthermore:
    i prefer markos pencil work over his paintings anyway.
    his paintings are nice and all... but too polished for my tastes.
    i like seeing how his brain works, not how well his wacom pen works.
    and if you dont understand that, you're stupid.

     

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    Well I can see why, I just would never personally would never buy it.
    It was more figurative speech than me actually thinking that why anyone would want to buy it

    and his brain works through his wacom tablet too, you silly little goose

    and to flake, I personally would only buy rendered art.. why would I want a half job done on my wall.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    and to flake, I personally would only buy rendered art.. why would I want a half job done on my wall.


     

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    email him, maybe he'll send you a full rez JPG of the final piece so you can print it out yourself. because thats all you'll get if you want the final piece.
    a JPG.
    if you want something REAL, you'll buy the pencil drawing. i for one would want the real work.
    im tired of talking to you.
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    Well a digital painting is still real work, just get it printed on a canvas and you can pretend that it was slaved over with oils
    Bye hunnybuuny

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flake View Post
    You're going to look at this in a year and you are going to feel silly.
    We can only hope.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    I'm stupid because I'm not being a fangirl and not going !omg it's marko so I just have to love it!!!
    Candras its like looking under the hood of a 1970 Boss Mustange with a turbo charger. I dont really need to see the exterior of the car to appreciate what a fine piece of machinery it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    Well a digital painting is still real work, just get it printed on a canvas and you can pretend that it was slaved over with oils
    Bye hunnybuuny
    roflmao your sitting here telling professional artist some who are just infuckingcredible that they are wrong with thier 1000 to 8000 odd post that they dont know what the hell they are talking about

    you dont get it and probably wont until you outgrow tis deviantart mindset your in

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    Oh man, all hail the post count that makes everyone superior....

    What I am talking about now, is all in opinion. No one can be right and wrong in this matter. Who would have thought that different people like different things!?

    Yes, sketches can look good... I just would never buy one. Man isn't that such a deviant art attitude?

    Everyone needs to realise that this is MY opinion and different people think different ways instead of attacking them and calling them names, how mature

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    It's your opinion, but your opinion is wrong since it disagrees with mine. If you would like to receive a list of my opinions for future use, please send me a private message and I will happily provide them to you.

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    No thanks, I could care less

    People just need to realise that all of what they think isn't right for everyone

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    Oh man, all hail the post count that makes everyone superior....

    What I am talking about now, is all in opinion. No one can be right and wrong in this matter. Who would have thought that different people like different things!?

    Yes, sketches can look good... I just would never buy one.. MAN that is so deviantart.

    Everyone needs to realise that this is MY opinion and different people think different ways instead of attacking them and calling them names, how mature

    You're wrong you poopy-head. Probably got cooties too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    Oh man, all hail the post count that makes everyone superior....

    What I am talking about now, is all in opinion. No one can be right and wrong in this matter. Who would have thought that different people like different things!?

    Yes, sketches can look good... I just would never buy one.. MAN that is so deviantart.

    Everyone needs to realise that this is MY opinion and different people think different ways instead of attacking them and calling them names, how mature
    HOLY CRAP STOP ARGUING! You're ruining this awe-tastic post for those of us who actually appreciate Marko. JUST STOP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    ...attacking them and calling them names, how mature
    whoa there little miss hypocrite
    how many times in this thread have you insulted Marko?
    and yes, calling his pencil work "a loose sketch" or "deviant art" is a fucking insult.
    Marko could stick a pencil up his butt and draw better than you with his ass.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    No thanks, I could care less.
    Whoa, there. It's "I couldn't care less".

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    Someone gave me this custom title and I will never, ever change it!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by complete2 View Post
    whoa there little miss hypocrite
    how many times in this thread have you insulted Marko?
    and yes, calling his pencil work "a loose sketch" or "deviant art" is a fucking insult.
    Marko could stick a pencil up his butt and draw better than you with his ass.
    this is a loose sketch meaning that it isnt fully rendered... and I never called him deviant art. I was referring to the post that said I had a deviant art mindset, learn to read a little better.
    And yes, marko can draw a lot better than me, I'm quite aware of that.
    So yeah, I insulted him 0 times. I have nothing against him because I don't know him.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefooted View Post
    Whoa, there. It's "I couldn't care less".

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    I couldn't care less.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    HOLY CRAP STOP ARGUING! You're ruining this awe-tastic post for those of us who actually appreciate Marko. JUST STOP.
    I'm not arguing, I'm defending my opinion which is nothing but (I would not buy a unfinished piece of art). For some reason this just bothers you all to death.

     

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    Ooookay. If you want someone to listen to your opinion and quite possibly get your POV, it helps to not go for the jugular right away by calling them "stupid." Ignorant is probably a better word, though still pretty inflammatory for some people.

    Candras: Perhaps it's more acurate to say that you would not personally buy a pencil sketch, as opposed to saying that you couldn't see how anyone would. Now, where these nice gentlemen and ladies are getting up in arms about is not necessarily that is an "OMGMARKOFAP" piece (though that helps, I'm sure), but that you don't understand the importance and awesomeness OF a pencil sketch. Not only is it the only "original", came-from-the-artist's-hand artwork, but a pencil sketch is that first idea, usually has the most movement and originality, and shows the working process of the artist. Sketches tend to have an amazing energy that sometimes gets lost in the final piece. It may not be as cool to a normal person, but to an artist? It should be espeically awesome to you since you appreciate the method that goes into it.

    (If you want to answer with multiple quotes in one post, click the handy "+ icon (next to Quote) in each post, then hit the Quote button.)

    On the art...I always dig the dynamic battle covers. That DareDevil one he did in the beginning is a personal fav. The compositioning and body movement is fab.

     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirana View Post
    Ooookay. If you want someone to listen to your opinion and quite possibly get your POV, it helps to not go for the jugular right away by calling them "stupid." Ignorant is probably a better word, though still pretty inflammatory for some people.

    Candras: Perhaps it's more acurate to say that you would not personally buy a pencil sketch, as opposed to saying that you couldn't see how anyone would. Now, where there nice gentlemen and ladies are getting up in arms about is not necessarily that is an "OMGMARKOFAP" piece (though that helps, I'm sure), but that you don't understand the importance and awesomeness OF a pencil sketch. Not only is it the only "original", came-from-the-artist's-hand artwork, but a pencil sketch is that first idea, usually has the most movement and originality, and shows the working process of the artist. Sketches tend to have an amazing energy that sometimes gets lost in the final piece. It may not be as cool to a normal person, but to an artist? It should be espeically awesome to you since you appreciate the method that goes into it.

    On the art...I always dig the dynamic battle covers. That DareDevil one he did in the beginning is a personal fav. The compositioning and body movement is fab.

    I agree with everything you've said.
    Thank you for having some reasoning

     

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    Candras:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candras View Post
    I'm defending my opinion which is nothing but (I would not buy a unfinished piece of art).
    That's not what you originally said. What you did say was:
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    I don't see why anyone would want to buy a loose sketch, a finished one perhaps I can see.
    Not "I wouldn't do it," but, "I don't see why anyone would do it."
    See the difference? One is a neutral statement of opinion, the other is an implied judgment.


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    Yes, lame anime boxing gifs are terrific

    And Elwell I then said this "Well I can see why, I just would never personally would never buy it.
    It was more figurative speech than me actually thinking that why anyone would want to buy it "


     

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    But by then it was too late. As bluefooted has so helpfully pointed out, you need to work on your use of figurative speech.


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    It was too late for people to read and not freak out over something incredibly unimportant?
    and what bluefooted pointed out was my typo

     

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