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    I really love your oils!
    Nice loose way of suggesting lights and shadow with wide range of colours


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    Awesome, i love the style in your lifedrawings, specially the 5 min and 10 min ones, i cant even get near the level of details you achieve in those pieces.

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    Great stuff.. U are an inspiration to me after i read ur profile in ur blog. Really show it is never too late to pick up art again, no matter how old u are... I really love ur line work... i barely see any construction line in ur pieces.. Do you draw the contours directly?

    Adding u to my list of subscription..
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    Really impressive stuff. Every sketch draws my interest and your paintings, especially as quick paints are incredible.

    Keep up the nice work.
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    awesome stuff man! drawings and the paints look great! thanks for sharing

    cheers!

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    hey kevin,
    love the oils man! what is your palette for that?
    guess you could work more on the painter x thingie, but i'm more of a photoshop man, don't really know much about painter. anyways, keep it up man!

    frank

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    Thank you !!! - Diverse, Josef, Marlisa,G@m..
    Mydrako - never give up on the things that matter! as to contour lines - I sometimes draw directly with no block in but mostly i quickly find the shapes and some reference points and go.. for finer, longer work, I block in very carefully ( not any of that is visible here except maybe some early portraits in charcoal/toned paper)..
    AztecFF - thank you - and thanks for all the information - I learn from your work!
    Thanks KrossJ !
    Frank - palette ? well typically it's titanium white, naples yellow light, cad yellow light, yellow ochre, terra rosa, cad red light, transparent red oxide, aliz crimson, burnt umber, olive green, green earth hue, cerulean blue and ultramarine. sometimes I will add a magenta or diox purple if needed..

    -cheers all thanks again for kind words and commentary!

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    Wow. I really enjoyed this sketchbook!

    The crosshatching you use is very simple but ten times as effective!
    I'm trying to mimic your line depth, too.
    The facial expressions will come later!
    Are there any tips you can offer for the overall face?
    Mine tend to come out flat/anime. :/
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    Absolutely stunning drawings. I like how you communicate solidity in your figures.

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    man you missed sunday workshop!!!! I called up Megan Fox and she posed for us.............lol. Hope you feel better bro.

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    hey Kevin, great studies indeed. Glad to find you here

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    Great information on ur working process. Cant wait for more of your new works.
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    OAAAAAAAT?? More killer life drawings and a painting? what is this??

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    Love your sketches / life work Very nice strokes, makes your drawings seem really relaxed, like you know exactly what you doing!

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    very confident lines i see, inspiring.. great great!

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