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    Those green treatments I totally dig, oh, and the artworks of course. x)
    (I just realised the link to u from me sig wasn't correct. Please forgive me)

    *Returns your tea cup*

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    JailHouseRock2: You're welcome! And thankyou for your very kind words I'm feeling much better now. man! "I still think you should always strive to move beyond any style, to the point where you can draw anything any time" this is completely what I've needed! I read your comment quite a long time before I started typing now and it totally fired me up thankyou! and feel free to use the quote all you want. see you around!

    dwardo: All is forgiven. I am a benevolent tea drinker *slurp*

    (psst, I'm excited about this collborative project! I need to get myself in gear!)

    Bits and bobs. All the anthro things are stuff from my school art project (my last one before I leave!)

    I'm currently rocking out to Ben Folds, longing for an acapella group in my area and anticipating the awesome spicy soup I have made before getting on with some SRS SCRIPTWRITING YEAAAHHH!

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    How did I miss the previous updates? the expo idea was great

    I really like the last one, the animals are really nice..and love the bear grylls joke

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    wow! really awsome sketchbook you have going here
    your styles really growing
    looking forward to seeing more
    have a good one and keep having fun
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    Quike Garcia: maybe it's because I'm sneaky like a ninja frog. I'm glad the Bear Grylls joke was appreciated (never let a pun go to waste!) thankyou

    OmertA: ahhh thankyou for the kind words! I don't think I could stop having fun if I tried

    busybusybusybee! My little sister's started doing t-shirts and it would be nice if you could spare a look. Especially because they're aces (I have my eye on the mean looking lion one for when I acquire money...)

    what are those podgy brown things?! they are mole miners, and don't you forget

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    ahah those podgy brown things have so much personality. actually the color palette kind of reminds me of fantastic mr fox [which was quite excellent]. I like what you're doing with paint, THE COLORS IN THAT TREE PAINTING ARE SO MMMMMMM

    hamburge looks quite nice in his spiffy shoes. keeeep rollin out moar comics!

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    Jaytea: AAH I loved Fantastic Mr. Fox! (and that palette, which I have deemed the Wes Anderson colour scheme) thank you!

    School work is swamping my head and making me dizzy! It's coming up to exam time and my time is short. I am very very tired of waking up at 6am and getting home at 6pm. Fortunately it'll be over soon and the time of NUTHIN' BUT ART will commence!

    Going to do some Dracula illustrations, I reckon. We're studying it for English Literature and I can't help but love Stoker's crazy Victorian misogyny.

    Oh, yes. You might have heard we had an election in Britain. Nobody won. We love disappointment in Britain. Goes well with tea and rain.

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    Well this is a nice and fresh sketchbook, i'm glad to have stumbled upon it. Cheers!

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    walnut: thank you! I'm glad you like the stuff in here, I'll keep getting it out so you can stumble on it!

    I'm ill again. Restoring myself with an elixir of blackcurrant and Ella Fitzgerald

    This is a comic for a competition about what the recession means to young people! It confuses me, so I just made up a rhyme.

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    very cool comic, i like it a lot! are you thinking about colouring it?
    the only thing that was a little confusing to me is that i cant really read the text of the close up in bed "for every thousand shops that close, a thousand ..." can't read the last part but that's prolly just me >.<

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    I really like the comic.. has kind of a surreal point

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    wow.. one day I come over and eat your brain, in the hope that I will get only 1% of your imagination.

    I just took a break to post this.
    But sometimes I also draw stuff
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    Great updates! Really liking where your art is going nowadays.

    Oh btw have you seen spike jonzes short that he released recently called "I'm here." If not i highly recommend it !
    www.imheremovie.com/

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    Lav: Noo, probably won't be colouring it. We shall see! (psst, it's probably not just you, it's probably my scruffy handwriting. It says, "a thousand soldier on") thankyou!
    Quike Garcia: I diiiggg surreal points
    Kiera: I hear you get more imagination out of brains if you eat them with chopsticks.
    Muz: Thanks a lot! Yeah, I've seen it. It's cracking (now I just need to get round to seeing Where the Wild Things Are)

    thank you for being aces, lovely internet people. have some digital doodles!

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    I really like your stroke on the live drawings, specially the tipi one Keep 'em coming!!

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    BREAKING NEWS!

    I have made ginger beer. The bottles are named after Weasley siblings (a minor discrepancy: George should only have one ear, but after drinking a bottle of this - particularly Ginny, who has been flavoured/corrupted with rum - you might forget ears exist)

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    wooo, ginger beer.. i'd love to try

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    GINGER BEER FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF FFFF


    this has made my life.

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    Quike Garcia: I'll mail some to you using my super safe one hundred percent leak proof packaging (sealed with pixie dust)
    Jaytea: BUT YOU'VE GOT SO MUCH LIFE LEFT! Think of the countless drawings, the laughter, the ginger based beverages!

    I need to up my game dear me.

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    Waaaa, so much awesomeness here I wouldn't be able to pick just one piece from this batch.. I'd take this one

    Is really nice, even though the first time I saw it i thought the wolf was eating noodles

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    Quike Garcia: The wolf was my favourite to draw! I can't unsee the noodle thing now. Might have to draw that too...

    I'm now on study leave and me and my boyfriend have split like bananas (we promised to be BROS4LYF though, so hopefully it'll be alright)

    I just want my head to stop churning so I can regain all my excitement and kick ass. I've still got a comic script to illustrate and tons of stuff to learn but I feel pretty stuck and can't do much effectively. I just don't know what to do with myself

    HALP I'M A ZOMBIE STOP ME BEFORE I EAT SOME BRAAAAIINNNSSS

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    Hello there, I just want to say your sketchbook is so lively and creative!
    great use of colours, awesome expressions and - everything else which I don't have the artistic vocabulary to point out.
    Keep up the good work! It inspires n00bs like me to keep working at it. xD

    Take a look? - Sketchbook - Tumblr -
    Also, why not check these guys too?

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    You're not a zombie... focus.. wax on, wax off...

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    thoroughly waxed off, Mr. Garcia!

    Naidy: You get to work. Go on, shoo. I want to hear the sounds of pencils scribbling (thank you very much!)

    Let's do this thing!

    The attachment manager has decided it doesn't want to play ball, so here's some sketches but not all of them.

    (p.s: I thoroughly recommend James Stokoe's Orc Stain. It might not be everyone's cup of tea. You might not find it especially intellectually stimulating. You probably shouldn't leave it lying around for your auntie to read. But it is, as comics should be, bloody good.)

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    The Hitler clown high five was for a friend who wanted to illustrate how evil clowns are.

    Fascists and clowns love playing together in the ball pit. FACT.

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    Hehehehe, the clouds become castles is really sweet

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    Thankyou! I enjoyed that one. Maybe I'll make a big massive painting out of it!

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    great updates, i'm really loving your sketches

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    DEAR GUTSS

    DID I EVER TELL YOU HOW MUCH YOUR WORK MAKES ME SMILE. OR RATHER, HOW MUCH IT HURTS MY CHEEKBONES.

    look at dem cute red noses.


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    Jaytea: AWWH I AM PLEASED TO HEAR I HURT YOUR CHEEKBONES (but I hope your face doesn't stick like that that might be painful)

    your little comments make me smile!

    (horse thievery by aliens is a problem in dem dere parts)

    bits and bobs!

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