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April 27th, 2009 #27
Hey, so glad you got a sketchbook finally! Yeah! Keep posting please. All I can say is on your pencils to watch your proportions. I notice the left shoulder of the reclining woman seems kind of wonky, so just be careful of that kind of stuff. Glad to see you got to go to Reverie - I wanted to go so baaaad!
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sick stuff dude! I love the Jenny McCarthy pic, hope to see you finish and fix the colors soon!
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Trailblazer -> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=179035
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May 1st, 2009 #29
Wow, very neat indeed! Those face studies looks great, and so does your pencil stuff, looks like you got the female body down pretty well. I miss some more men though, since that herald is so old, I'm kind of thinking you're better than that male anatomy wise now
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awesome studies! keep sharing! i'll stay tuned for more!
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May 13th, 2009 #31
the digital renders are fantastic! I hope you keep up sketching with good ol pen and paper too.
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May 27th, 2009 #32
I'm with the crowd that's still finding those painting unbelivable realistic! Damn, those must've taken you ages. The tomato one especially, fantastic use of edges and focus. I'm really blown away!
Your pencils don't seem to be quite as advanced, but definitely good nonetheless. Maybe focus on them to get them to the same level as your digis? In any case, wonderful work, hope to see more!
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