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    Texas Toast Texas Poast update on page tizzle

    Hey dudes! long time no post... heres some stuff i've been doing since I started working at massive black.

    some stuff is for neverwinter nights, ride 2 hell, and the rest is personal stuff.

    Sir James Kei and I double teamed the chick with the glowing vial.

    hope you like : )
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    Lovely.

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    Fuck....Amazing work all the way, ALL. Just too good man.
    Thanks for sharing
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    Awesome work sir! i can see that you are treating massive black well keep it up
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    Awesome work man ! Are you going to the workshop ?
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    The one with the creature standing with the black dude...DAMN. I've been drawing nasty creatures all my life but that one actually made me wince lol. Awesome. 5 stars. It's chin literally looks like a giant zit about to spew acid.
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    looketdislooketdislooketdisman.............

    good job shoogerteets.

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    The critter in the bottom one with the Bob Marley hair dude is hideous. Mostly due to those shiny black bumps on its chin (or whatever part of its anatomy that is). I sure hope I never encounter a creature that looks like that. Is that an anus on its chin? It makes me shudder.... I guess the Marley dude must be hallucinating from whatever's in that odd-shaped (small top) bottle he's holding.

    The top two look like a group of 2D images on separate layers composited together. Not enough blending between layers or balancing of color saturation or light intensity to make the different 2D components look like they really belong to the same 3D scene. The highlights on the edges of some of those component layers are too well-defined if you want them to look like they're all part of the same painting. Of course, perhaps that effect is deliberate, or merely a shortcut.

    The mountain scene is nice, but could be developed further. It looks kind of Tabula Rasa-ish.

    All of this from someone less talented than you.
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    I should also add that I really love the Yuan-Ti chick (or whatever she is) holding the glowing flask. She reminds me of the sexy Pythona character from the civilization of Cobra-La in G.I. Joe: The Movie. Of course, I see opportunities for further rendering and development of this painting as well. Great work, though.
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    You da bes, mayng.

    Penis, Penis, penis, penis, penis...........penis.

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    Fuuuuuck, dude. This stuff is amazing. Top notch work. Hope to meet you in Dallas if you go! =)
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    Shit is off the hook man. Those long pose studies are sweet. So smooooooth. You should change your middle name to McDonald.
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    wow dude, jeeeeeeeeeeez shit howdy.
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