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This is greaaat !! I really dig the lights and colors and the composition choice too.
wow!! just keeps getting better & better many envious thoughts go ur way
Hey! Your landscapes and enviros are strong and very well defined, but your characters and your pens and pencils need some more work. They are a little wimsy, or so it seems to me anyways.
Hay their what u been doing lately. wasnt sure but i thought u were doing the EOW 100 but i havent seen any wips. last 2 pieces were great
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wow that landscape looks amazing! really nice brushstrokes
Nice updates!In This one you used colored pencils or digital paint brushes?
For now I can see a great illustration!
Great sketchbook. Really impressive how you move so easily from characters to still life to environments. Very nice.
yo katinki where them bomb diggity character and enviro sketch / studies at?!!
hehe hope u had good new year looking forward to ur updates!
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Your previuos work is awesome, show us what you do now, please.
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Wow, your stuff is really great! love the environments! and the costumes are really great! keep it uppp
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