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    Man I love the kid in the bunny suit. Where the wild things are? I like your rendition a lot. There's some good stuff in this sketchbook, keep at it.
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    hey man, did a quick stalk through your SB. Great work here. I think I still love your loose sketched the best. the bear in #338 is teh awesome.

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    According to Internet Argument, you "tongued some Satan," so it's understandable if you got a bit depressed.

    (what? Isn't that what "tungt som satan" means?)

    Anywho... glad to see an update from you... your figures from imagination are always expressive and interesting.

    Seems like your work needs to move into a larger stage or something... I mean you have the skills to do big concepts... things that blow the mind.

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    sup bman, the only way you can get over depression is too keep fighting those demons and draw until you bleed !! after that you will deserve a couple of hours of break, or maybe a day. Nice colors in those last pics, something is a bit off with the feets of the first guy with the fireball, his toes looks kinda sawed off, pretty hard to nail in perspective i know, why not do some foot studies ? you seem to understand hands a lot better than feets ! keep it up !
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    Well OF COURSE we are here!!!!

    And i for one am so glad you kicked it in the spine and finally updates!! Lovely update on top of that too!!
    Lots of finished work

    I really can't say more...just study those values some more and colour combination?
    That's all i think could use some working on
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    Lateman - Thanks, I will keep em coming. Cheers!

    Flaskpost - Jarå det kommer nog altid finnas korta pauser när det är mycket i livet! Tack.

    Strassenpenner08 - Hi there! Sure thing bub!

    Vloth - tack ska du ha. jävla november asså!

    MattGamer - Thanks Matt! Dont really know what plane it is, it's prob a mix of all the ww2 fighters. I built some models as a kid so I remeber bits and peices of all of em.

    purb36 - Thanks bro! means so much!

    Pyroclasm00 - Thanks! And yes its my take on where the wild things are.

    knoxie - Thanks! Glad you liked the bear. It's something magic about him. I used to draw that bear all the time and ppl loved him. He's not that well drawn but I guess its about emotion.

    p sage - "tongued some Satan" man, thats just poetry right there!
    I did kiss the devil tonight though!
    "tungt som fan" is best translated "awesome!" In my opinion...


    WhiteC - Thanks! Yeah, spot on mate! I do need to work on some feet. Gonna get to that right away. Cheers bud!

    BlackDelphin - Your awesome! I worked some on the values of this one today and I think I made some progress. Cheers!

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    looks great, playa. however, his arm that's extended is quite out of whack. the direction of the upper arm and the direction of the forearm are going in like, two toooootally different directions. honestly, what would fix that is changing the shadow, wrapping the wrinkles and the end of the sleeve in a different way. i'll paintover to show you what i mean.

    *ok, it's really rough, but you should get what i mean. really, the arm should be moved and the perspective rotated (more toward the front, so that you see more of the fingers and the front of the hand), but that's whatever. hope this helps.
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    Looking sooooooooo good man! That last ones just epic!
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    purb36 - Thanks bro! Your a life saver! Man I could just hug you! I felt something was terribly wrong there and you just fixed it with a speedy paintover! Thanks! I love CA so much iit kinda hurts right now.

    JailHouseRock2 - Thanks! You are epic!

    So I folowed Purbs paintover and tried to fix the arm and It feels so much better now. This is a slightly bigger version of the painting. I dont want to post the full-size one online.

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    Yes, yes..i totally agree with purb on that one! And i think even after adjusting it as it is, i think now the shoulder-chest part needs some working on also those folds on the left leg, when it comes down to it, it needs some workin'

    nice values indeed, and i think the colours are really nice too!! very cool!

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    Ohaaaiiiooo! B!

    Hmm that asian piece is quite fascinating, but I'm affraid that you picked some wrong colours to work with, i'm not an expert, but you might want to check this out:


    http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/20...ng-part-1.html

    http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/20...o-palette.html

    http://gurneyjourney.blogspot.com/20...r-schemes.html

    From Poland with love o/

    P.S I threw it in Photoshop and quickly illustrated my idea. You have alot of green going on in the background, so a red(ish) color fill fit nicely into that.

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    awesome hands, btw.
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    Icecold - Could you explain why the blue is wrong. I worked with the blue as a dominant schape and used a cool color to contrast the warm. If you were to draw an shape on the color wheel It be a triangle with blue,gren and red. I heard that there are no wrong colors just different effects of what you pic. Although I like the orange Its not as intresting and its not the same result. Thanks for your input.
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