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    If you paid attention to the introduction, Jason introduced him with both monikers...

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    I paid pretty close attention. I really DON'T know how I missed that.

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    Hmpf. I didnt even attend the WS and that's been common knowledge for quite a bit...

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    damn... i did the same thing jake
    i snuck in and got a couple photos of the guy and didn't even say hello because i just assumed he was just an oils guy. i have no real interest in oils... bummer. it would have been nice to talk to him knowing he was an enigma. haha, big fan of his work.
    oh well, maybe the next workshop if it isn't too far away.

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    He's about 12 other concept/alternative-fine-art artists as well, fyi. You can tell his style because there's always nude "alternative" chicks and lots of weird monster gore with sexual overtones. And of course the drawing is very solid and detailed. If you actually saw the list of "other" names that he goes under, it would blow your mind.

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    lol @ kev

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    I'm Spartacus!


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    Kevin Llewellyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    He's about 12 other concept/alternative-fine-art artists as well, fyi. You can tell his style because there's always nude "alternative" chicks and lots of weird monster gore with sexual overtones. And of course the drawing is very solid and detailed. If you actually saw the list of "other" names that he goes under, it would blow your mind.

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    You know, for the first time on these forums I can not tell for sure if
    someone is shitting me. Because that really is totally possible from an
    awesome artist who does training DVDs wearing a bunny costume.


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    Is it just me or did he gain some weight?

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    He quit smoking. Lost his figure, but gained about 10 years of life.

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    wahaha, yeh that guy rulez!

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    It's not a secret but don't you think there's a reason for him having a pseudonym, without shouting it out like a fanboy on ca?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Kei View Post
    He quit smoking. Lost his figure, but gained about 10 years of life.
    I see. Good for him!

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    First rule of fight club is never talk about fight club....now we have to jump you out, oakland styles.


    There are reasons artists in fine art do commercial work under different names. Jake you are running around the boards a lot again...i want to see two drawings for every stupid post you make or yer going in no more lounge permissions again. hahaha

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    maybe fix Mr Elwell's quote too then?

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    I was wondering if he still does concept art, since his Puddnhead website has been gone for quite a while now.. bummer.

    Woke up this morning, found out my signature was gone..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Manley View Post
    First rule of fight club is never talk about fight club....now we have to jump you out, oakland styles.


    There are reasons artists in fine art do commercial work under different names. Jake you are running around the boards a lot again...i want to see two drawings for every stupid post you make or yer going in no more lounge permissions again. hahaha
    I recently posted about 100 pages out of my sketchbook... That's 50 stupid lounge posts!

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    didn't even say hello because i just assumed he was just an oils guy. i have no real interest in oils
    yeah, too bad, because you can learn alot from a skilled artist regardless of the medium they're using. learn it the hard way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamikazebob View Post
    maybe fix Mr Elwell's quote too then?
    Done.


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