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    Katanasoul: seriously dude, thank you
    bagtaggar: thanks man, yeah that would be interesting haha ill explore that another time

    heres an upideedate


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    uhmm a sketchy portrait blah havent this in a while. will do more of these.
    if you dont know, this is the last character killed off in the Harper's Island tv series, really good by the way

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    Nice black and white study, and that poop girl thing charachter is awsome!

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    I really dug your CHoW entry last week, and the WIPs you posted actually helped me along this week. Thanks for sharing.

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    keep working, really good progress here
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1244322716 my favorite of you

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    Hi,
    I am really impressed with your use of color and light!
    This might be a dumb question because you might do it intuitively: Do you have any advice on how to pic color and tones (to someone who isn't much of a painter like me)?

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    OK, i've been lazy and only checked the first and last two pages, but it's looking pretty good. Keep drawing like this and you'll get pretty great. One thing, in your pencils you shouldn't be afraid of a little drama.

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    walnut: hey man, thanks. yeah ive been doing boring stuff in my drawings i think i know what you mean. love your stuff

    joeep: thanks, i sent you a pm about the question by the way

    towy: thank you, i liked it too, but that early on it looked too much like stuff i had seen and done before so i wanted to move it somewhere else.

    CKLamb: Thanks man, cool yeah whatever i can do to help

    brentos8: thanks man

    heres what im brewing for cow, i want to do so much more to this but im not sure if there will be a lot of time tomorrow gonna have to make time

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    Uh somethings i did for a school project in like 45 minutes each. Thatll teach me to procrastinate. Seriously got to learn how to manage my time better...

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    Wow, that looks very nice and stylish, and you did it in 45 minutes! Anyway, Purple and black and white and a lil' blue look very pretty. Maybe I should use this color scheme sometime.

    Keep up~

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    Nice sketchbook man!! Liking the studies, though it might help to work a little on line work, and maybe a little value work (I've noticed that some of your pencil work is kinda lacking in darker values). Though, I can see improvement, in fact I almost made a crit but realised you had already addressed it in the notes on the drawings!! Nice work on the chow too! Keep up the good work!!

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    Love the 2nd 45min piece. Very yummy indeed!

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    *makus: hey thar, dude! thanks glad you like

    MacTire: This isnt the first time ive gotten those crits xD ive started drawing again so we will see. Thanks sir > : D

    Aaron Death: Yeah, i always stick to complimentary colours for some reason but this needed something different. Thanks dude have with it : )

    Uhh gotta be fast teen challenge entry done in three hours....

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    I love your self portraits.

    Particularly the painting with the sun glasses. It's clean as hell.

    Keep it up, brah!

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    Hunchback whats up buddy!
    its been awhile since my last visit your improving loads
    Keep it up man
    Till next time -Omerta

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    Omerta: haha thanks man, same to ya!
    Chally: thanks i ll try and tape it the next time i do one so i can show people what and how im doing stufff. thank youuuuuu : D

    uh a character im doin. my poses are getting better, some things still dont make sense so ill have to work harder in my life studies. D: < i got some thumbnails and im going to turn them into full characters : D. uh thenewborn thing i have to get to. should have some pencil pages sooon, been improving thanks to hard work and a talk with mister dc about stuff helped out alot. ill keep working....

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    wow! dude!! i totally love your 3 perspective point sketches and you skulls from the start of the sb!!
    i also think that as you go, your painting skills are more secure and flowy...more natural
    nice colours too!! i'd just suggest..try something more bright too..more sunny like perhaps
    other than that picky remark, KEEP GOINGGG
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

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    "Good artists are the crappy artists who never gave up!!"

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    BlackDelphin: Thanks, i should attack perspective again sometime, i think it helps....

    Uh just cleaning out the trash

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    Whats up hunchback
    Some nice updates man
    Really like the ambient feel of your paintings gives it a whole new style
    Keep it up
    till next time -Omerta

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    ora! theres some cool stuff happening here !!!
    aviable for fulltime and freelance

    http://alexpascenko.blogspot.de/

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    ha i see that you're having fun with the brushes

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    Wow, your brushes are really amazing, great work and i can't realize how greatly you've improved since your 1st post. Simply astounding
    The last digi is amazing, it reminds me so badly of Guild Wars' Chars
    keep up the amazing work!

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    Ronald Liu: Haha yeah, im too lazy to really paint, its terrible.
    Alexandr Paschenko: Duuude. Thanks Nice big for ya!! I feel like drawing something sexy right now...
    OmertA: Thanks mang. Yeah sucks because i use the soft brush too much now...

    uh should stop me from being distracted? ever since i finished my portfolio, i stopped drawing everyday D: > sure ill do a painting or something but i havent been taking advantage of my time at all. i dont have a job, lots of time on my hands( almost entire days) gotta figure it out, just got to start drawing again. > : D

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    Good looking book. Wanna is right, you've gotten way better since you started. There's a lot more moodiness. Hope you get over this motivation hump soon. Is that picture your new desktop?

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    awesome stuff man! you don't seem to think too highly of your character drawings but i love em... you've got some really cool ideas... anyway great progression, i looked through your whole book and i'm totally hooked xD keep going!

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    Hey man, looks like you're doing some good work. I hear you on the getting self motivated thing. I think the key is to find people you can work with or set goals with. If you want to get in touch or maybe plan a schedule of drawings let me know.

    -Nathan

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    Hey havn't seen your sketchbook before. Cool works, nice to see someone young pushing it hard

    I enjoy your brush-patterns, do you use corel paint? only crit would be to try to render your pieces more. Patterns give a nice over-all feel to it, but I think rendering some core areas more will do the trick.

    cheers

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    Dude, set yourself a new goal! Don't stop now you've got the habit.
    A portfolio can always be updated, so keep working on that, and replace some things in it. Just find something to keep you going!

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    Stuffs looking so good in here man! Really amazing work!

    Thanks for stoping by my thread too mate, appreciated!

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    And I said, "But God, nice panties are so expensive!"
    And he said, "Welp, I suppose you better shut up and draw."


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    awesome work. it reminds me of Andrew Jones' work. well keep up the work!

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