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    *summer droppings*

    Here's a few new'ish pictures. Quite busy with work things these days, so not a whole lot of stuff to show at the moment. I also jumped on the bandwagon and started a blog where I post a lot of crappy sketches - feel free to check it out if you're so inclined. Hope you guys are all doing great...and maybe I'll have more stuff to share soon. If you have any feedback or comments, please feel free.

    cheers!


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    A mandryk pos tis always a good post! Yippee! My favorite would be nr. three, the lighting on it makes it feel really special, plus it's a chick with a ridiculous big big gun, that's always cool. I'm just wondering, is the fourth one inspired by Olivier Ledroit in some way? The profile reminds me of his work. Nice play with brushes there btw.

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    that hurts

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    Hiya Daryl. How ya doin matey. This is a fantastic set of work....again!
    The sniper's really doing it for me. Great shot, quite powerful.
    And yeah, your blog is definitley bookmarked. Love the little robot
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    The underwater and infantry pieces I like the best...

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    going...into...state of shock...and awe

    post forever, please

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    kickass. I like the blue demon guy (simultaneous Contrast Baby!) and your brush use in that piece. All good pieces though. Hope you're having a good summer.
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    Hey Daryl,
    The first three pieces are beautiful, especially loving the motion and sense of action in the poses of that man vs robot image. I love the mood of the underwater image, is that a special custom brush you used for the bubbles?

    Mike -

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    5 stars!

    This work is fantastic, I like the underwater one the best, you have a great use of blur/motion, gives the work energy, hope to see more.

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    Good stuff bro. But may I ask why does your %90 of your images contains guns? I'm not saying it's bad. Just want to know...

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    Stunning. I particularly like the lighting on the third one. Man, I gotta learn to paint this good.

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    Stunning, as always, and I love how you draw so many soldiers, one of my favorite subjects.

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    beautiful work my friend!

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    Mmmmm these are some tasty droppings. Always fun to see new work from you. My only crit would be on the green one. The foreshortening on the arm on the right isn't reading, it looks like a tiny arm, and the way the wrist is bent it looks broken.

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