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    awesome artist ------->

    http://www.adriansmith.co.uk/index.html

    many of you probably already know who adrian smith is for his extensive work with gamesworkshop but check his stuff out, its so awesome and traditional.
    Nathan Campbells 3 steps to drawing like a pro, 1. Sketch 2. shade. 3. highlights and ur done


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    yup
    definately one of my fav artists

    good stuff!
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    ...GHASTLY!!!!!!


    aw my gawd! where have i been awesome GAS!

    man this makes me wonder why i even bother-

    im saving that link thanks! =)

    Hope you have a happy newyears gas
    ('.',)

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    Wow. He has a great style. *bookmarked*

    The kind of style I'm aiming for but am far from . Oh well, I don't mind letting my style develop itself.

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    very very talented artist.

    i am removed

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    He is the only GW artist i've seen that makes it look believable in stead of too blocky and bulky.

    Great.
    Power is nothing without intelligence.

    Sketchbook!

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    Amazing, here's one of my favorites Eddie Smith. http://www.es-atrium.com/
    I decided that it was not wisdom that enabled "Poets" to write their poetry, but a kind of instinct or inspiration, such as you find in seers and prophets who deliver all their sublime messages without knowing in the least what they mean.(Socrates)

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    I disagree Erik...
    there used to be this guy...Mark Gibbons I think his name was- he signed everything MG anyway. He did great stuff for GW.
    He was an amazing artist- great anatomy, great use of ink...I'm pretty sure he used a lot of inks or maybe gouache or something...anyway he was great. I'm gonna do a websearch on his name and see if he's got a site.
    Sydney artist Luke Marcatili

    "Fear is the mindkiller..."
    - The Litany Against Fear

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