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    So Awesome!!! Teach me how to paint!!
    "He who loves practice without theory is like the sailor who boards ship without a rudder and compass and never knows where he may cast." -Leonardo da Vinci

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    Hey. Sorry I'm spamming, but I just can't stop making stuff it's like three a day.
    I got to make some vector painting. Done with Illustrator.

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    wow
    it's really beautiful artwork
    thanks for sharing with us

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    top shelf work my friend. Very inspiring work. I love your painting style and the subject matter. Very deep and quite beautiful.

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    awesome style and great use of colors! looking forward to more updates

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    The gun the girl is holding up to the guy is totally squint in 3 different ways.

    But I love the image regardless.

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    Really great work. The brushstrokes you've used really add energy and make the image dynamic. Good skills.

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    This stuff is absolutely mad. The colourful pieces are especially brilliant.

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    WOW ... very cool work!!!!
    My favorites would be the Cat and the Red Demon!!


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    awesome work!!!

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    Hey there.
    Some quick stuff or things I wont polish more. I'm working on better composition and more "completed" illustrations than I have done before, trying not to waste my time on finishing stuff I'm not happy with.
    I hope you guys see some improvement.

    And lol. Horsemen time.

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    love the mood and lighting of the first image in post #73. The horse's head looks a bit smallish, but the overall image is very strong.

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    Nice artworks....

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    I like how you can work with a single strong color, (secret agent) monochrome, (the evil kitty) or the whole damn spectrum. (etc) Keep up the great work, and continue pushing your color explorations!
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    Really good!
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    Hey ! comme d'hab super ! jte met 5 étoiles, tu les mérites, ya du taf et des progrès, et je pense pas que ce soit fini.

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    Merci Axel. C'est toi qui est venu dire bonjour sur mon DA dernièrement?

    Dementist: I will, thank you for the support. : )
    GriNGo, Jepoykalboh, Nightblue: Thanks.

    An evil dude I finished last night. Nothing new except for the choice of color, maybe. I don't use violet very often...

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    Wow... I'm kind of pissed off that you're only 20 and you're already this good! Keep it up man, at this rate you're going to produce some amazing work down the road!

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    oui, je t'ai aussi répondu sur Da, j'avais repéré un ou deux dessins je sais plus ou, probablement ici,et depuis j'me suis abonné
    Je suis pas fan de tout, mais certaines choses, certaines illustrations sont très jolie. J'aime beaucoup le style de brush ou de coup de patte donné, je me demande d'ailleur quel brush tu utilises.
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    Hey,
    Ups. Didn't feel like doing a selfportrait.
    But I re-did my painting of the greyly day battle, instead. I thought the canvas was too close, I enlarged the scene to add the background.
    Edit: corrected.

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    amazing works man. Saw some of these at , loved them there and then

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    Your work is gorgeous. I especially like your style and the way you play with colors and textures. Really inspiring

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    wow the piece with the guy and his guts are all hanging out... it blew me away.
    Check out my sketchbook: Draw or Die

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    my favorite is the top image. That's pretty good staging.

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    WOOOOHO!! Smirt, this is sooo AWESOME !! I am 19 years old as well, but artistically seen I am decades younger than you. You must have be born with a pencil or wacom in your hand - no seriously, when did you start painting? Are you planing to do this as a job?
    My favorites are the wicked cat and the girl in red holding the gun at the man in black. Keep up the super great work!

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    Freaking good work! Keep on posting!
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    jeez, we gotta meet up sometime for a sketch session or something, i forgot how good you are

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    Kvick: Yes we should!
    engelhardt: Heh, thanks. But I'm old now, I got twenty. : ) Didn't got a wacom when I was born but a pencil, ya, maybe. The Wacom fell in my hand two years ago.
    The Original [E]: : D I hope it didn't hurt too much.
    bWorx, lkermel, samrkennedy: Thanks.
    GriNGo: Yeup. Here you a-are.


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