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    *___* Awesome! I'm so happy when you update haha.
    But watch your wrist, andres! D:

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    so friggin glad to see you back!

    Excellent updates! Keep pushing that color when you can and release your imagination.

    I wish you a speedy recovery!

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    Hi man, just read about your condition, sucks big time dude. I've been struggling with tendinitis for the past year, and really, it sucks.

    Remember to draw with your whole arm instead of your wrist, also remember to stretch a lot. You're probably aware of most of these things, but I just wanted to share my experiences. Also, you might want to get your hand checked, there might be room for an operation if the tendinitis is really bad. Or you can inject Cortisone or something like that, but I guess it would be a good idea to discuss it with your doctor first.

    Anyways, good to see you drawing again, nice updates. Keep it up. And remember, there is always hope (sorry for cliché ending, but it's true.)

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    teapo: thanks for dropping by regularly and following me on fb haha..yeah i need to do more imaginative pieces, but when i do I'd like some color in them so I gotta get a grasp of that first I think..well at least I prefer it that way

    chazillah: haha who said it was hard to please a girl?

    Sporus: pushing color..pushing color yay thanks for the good wishes

    telohs: yeah it is true there's always hope, I just gotta be more positive

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    default hard round brush yay

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    ooh, very nice. btw, do you know a guy named Salvador Trakal? Another artists from Argentina.

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    i thought this one was very good
    good studying and a nice thing to look at too!
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    niiice default hard round! that's always fun.
    lol also you can do color if you want.. lol >.<
    but the colored stuff so far looks cool. I use this sketchbook as a ref for my drawings xD
    cant wait to see more studies

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    miss your stuff ): Hope you're well!

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    hey man. sweet looking hand, way to go with the studies! maybe u could pop in some little almost clear white highlight somewhere on that hand to get that extra feeling. keep it up

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    Hi,

    It was great to see you re-group and began working and posting again.

    It's been a while since your last post though so I hope that means you're taking a break from CA rather than having a set-back.

    Anyway...I'm with Velocity K on those hands.

    Hope to see more and hear you're doing well.


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    my gosh the amount of improvement is insane! i'm inspired
    the hand looks amazing, I definitely need to start thinking in boxes/form before I render

    the thing I noticed is this

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    if I flip it her face looks slightly crooked, I'm not sure if that was done on purpose or not but just thought I'd point that out

    flipping during studies always helps me catch the flaws while in progress ^^

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