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    i don't think he'll be able to see very much with that opening that high up

    nice shiny on the bucket, although i get the feeling you're using the brushhands and buckethead to cover up, and thus avoiding, the hardest parts (head/face and hands)

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    hey cool idea LOL
    I like the bucket head.. This is bucket head the painter lol

    I think more could be done with the hands.. Maybe make them more Hand like, perhaps a suggestion of fingers with the brush bristles? Or maybe he could have various brushes as fingers? I donno just athought.
    I am also not to keen on how the arms taper into the brush handles,It feels to sudden to me..


    all and all interesting.. Nice rendering on that bucket it sure looks shiny!

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    Great use of colours. The bucket looks great. Seems like a goofy sketch, but its quite funyn and it looks like you are getting some good painting practice.

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