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    sketchbook of the one-eyed stepchild: upd pg2

    Lots of stuff happening all at once including life and death!!!!

    BIG THANKS TO and FOR:

    - My Dad who passed away feb.22...may he finally rest at peace!!!! I dedicated not only this sketchbook but also everything
    else I create to him!!!!
    -CA for having a place to go to...forget the bad shit and focus on the good!!!!

    fun with brushes
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    work in progress
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    different style
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    old fig drawings...
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    imagination sketch for story
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    C&Cs welcome thanks for looking and be postn more...
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    It's great to see a sketch book getting off to such a good start Love the first piece - it's so full of emotions and energy. The clown face is nice and surreal, and I really like what you did on the eye and lips. I definitely prefer your realistic style. The other style looks nice too but it's a distinct style that's been done before.

    Keep posting!

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    A very cool start to a SB!! Welcome to the forums!!

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    Welcome!

    Really great start~ I love your first image. It's very vibrant and energetic, and it stands out. =)
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    Yay, you kick ass
    I like how you experiment with different styles. Also your imaginationwork is great!
    Welcome and keep at it

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    Hey Thanks! The first piece was a random doodle in PS and it progressed to what you see...it is one of those things where I went with the flow not really thinking too much. I guess my mind set in creating the other style piece was to try and see the two extreme ranges of styles with the fairy characters...anyway thanks again for being the first to comment!!!!

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    Thanks! Be posting more soon!

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    Thank you for kind comments! Be expecting a comment in SB as well!

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    Hey you are too kind!!...but thanks for your comments, I appreciate it! I will be added more soon!

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    Welcome! Man those digital paintings are nice (especially the clown one) you definitely have a wide variety of styles too. It all looks good but if you want more than just "wow these are awsome" you're going to have to post a whole lot more!

    oh and btw you don't have to do a new post every time to thank somebody. you can either do it all at once when you do another update (with images of course) or you can use the thank you button located in the lower right corner of the persons post u want to thank. or you could do both! k once again welcome to CA!

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    looks pretty sweet so far, draw some more so i can see'em.
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    Neat stuff man, loving the clown painting, I'll be cheking this sb.

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    RandAlThor: thanks! painted it for my sister...she hates clowns, haha!!

    Rockhart:I hear that!! I will do my best! Thanks!

    My57: more on the way and thanks again!

    Suira: Gracias! I will be looking forward to your comments! hasta luego!

    here is a dp that started out as a study but morphed into this..
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    You updated!
    Really love your last study. Good play between warm and cool shadows.

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    Great lotta pics here My fav is the coloured fairy, the colours are fantastic you must've worked hard for this, keep it up!
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    Nice SB!

    Dont like that clown. Looks a horrible & scarry paedofile.
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    lol nice skull. Alien humanoid ftw!
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    Those figure studies are really nice. Reminds me of Egon Schiele, who happens to be possibly my favorite traditional artist.

    I noticed smudge tool use being a bit obvious occasionally. If you use it with a textured brush and throw some scattering and shape dynamics on there, it becomes much more subtle and personalized.

    Keep up the good work!
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    this is cracking stuff - i really like the skull and the clown is trippy as fuck - like the effect on the rendering on that...

    looking forward to seeing more from you - possibly some new life drawings?

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    This is a great start for a sketchbook. Nice to see you playing with different brushes and styles. I like the clown and flower fairy ones a lot. With the flower fairy, I will suggest adding some hard edges to bring some more elements into focus instead of having an overall blurry pic. Look forward for more!
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    Nice SB man. keep up the good work.

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    Holy Craziness Batman! I wish I can color like this.... Your pieces are friggin awesome! I was like "AWW!!" all the way. It was more like AWWwwwwWWWWWWwwwwooooOOOOOHhhhhhwwwwwwWWW~~~~
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    awesome stuff, its a little creepy though...
    still awesome
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    Fun stuff in here! Even though you show different styles, each piece manages to maintain an imprint of your personal look. I'm particularly fond of the clown in your first post; I think that it has a lot of energy and personality. I can't wait to see it finished!

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    sick clown mate..nice one
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    Thanks for looking guys!

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    great start to the SB man! thanks for looking at mine too!

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    one more

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    sketch of the same faun character

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    Really promising sketchbook. I love those figure studies on tinted paper, and that skull is fantastic! So sorry to hear about your dad--awesome that you're working through it in such a positive, powerful way.

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