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    look out, scribbles

    My last post was kind of static, with some mean dude just standing there. In this one I'm tying to get some energy in the pose and also in the execution. Some gestural remnants will, I hope, be around when its finished. My question to myself is, when I'm biting off a mignola style how do I keep it from getting dead looking and heavy. He can do it because he's a genius, I'll have to hide my inabilities and call that a style choice...

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    Hey, cool. I love the gestural scribbles and blobby ink bits. I"m not sure how I feel about the repeated-image as the background. That's a bit of a cop out.

    You did manage to get a great deal of energy in there, which is awesome. One thing that would add a bit more to the feeling of movement- is his hair! He's moving pretty fast, so let those locks flow in the wind ! Right now they seem unaffected by his movement.

    Keep up the scribbliness!

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