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    I wake up, come here and immediately see: "new stuff" with "Dobsky" and I squeel in delight.

    Such a visual reward this morning. Beautiful paintings!

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    GEE-orgeous... to borrow a phrase from my 4 year old daughter who always says "The old jokes are the best ones" (where do kids get these sayings?)... I'll just say "The old techniques are the best ones".

    I'll echo Elwell's comments about your streetscapes... breathtaking.

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    Damn fine work. Damn fine.
    And coro, it's getting harder and harder to see if you're sarcastic or not :p

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    Awesome

    How the hell you keep improving while holding down 3 or so jobs I don't know.

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    The froth of white petticoats on Layil is just incredibly well handled. As is everything else.... Beautiful.

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    i'm definitely digging the new background on the henry portrait. he recedes just a bit now and it lends this air of foreboding to the piece.

    throw a scar above his right eye and call that puppy done!

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    Oh man

    these are so great

    arent those figure drawings hanging on the wall behind the fan by Mr.Blonde?
    awesome

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    amazing, i totaly love the full body portarit. do u have a higher rez version of it?

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    Great new works Carl! The cloth and patterns on Layil are crazy. Hope you guys are doing good. Oh yea , I still have a broner for you guys.

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    Dude, these pieces have so much heart. I totally love them.

    At least Icarus tried!


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    Love'm. But I agree with Coro.... more glowy bit.
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    Awesome!
    damn that was quick painting too....
    ill have to stop by and check them out in person.
    Fan of death, yes!

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    I hate you Carl.

    But in a good way The painting of the fan is awesome. Outstanding as always.

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    Paintings of Dobsky? Layil in there too ? Coro comments ? Oh the mirth.
    hugs to all... love them.

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    Incredible work! Thanks for sharing!

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    so unbelievably good, man!!

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    Beautiful work, "Art Dad". Wish I was there to see them in person, in finality and process. The fan brings back many memories, but mostly nightmares. I'm glad it was decommissioned and hope it remains lifeless for further paintings. The painting of Layil is beautiful and the one of Henry is ace. Hope to paint along side you once more someday.

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    Yes Carl! So freakin awesome. Glad you finally cracked how to make a painting of that fan. The desire has been there since it first entered the studio. See you in the not-so-distant future buddy.

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    Beautiful Work Carl, Damn, I remember watching you work on Henry's portrait at the workshop it came out lovely. The way you handled his hair is sick man!!!

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    That's some really nice work, appreciate you sharing.

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    Lovely work as always, Carl .

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    Love it all Carl! I would love to study under you, if I only lived close enough... need to get this online atelier thing happening...

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    Thanks for the update. The fan stopped me the longest. It would most certainly take the fingers...oof. Beautiful works.

    Regarding Coro's comments, I talked to marketing this morning and they want more cleavage.


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    oh my lord.........................

    oh my......

    lord....

    wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Manley View Post
    Regarding Coro's comments, I talked to marketing this morning and they want more cleavage.
    I think we've established that the fan is capable of extreme cleavage.


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    Amazing work Carl, I really love every piece. Thanks for sharing

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    Lovely lovely work Carl. Thank you for sharing. Too bad we didn't get around to meeting up in SF last winter when I was at bacaa. I would have loved to see some of those in an earlier stage. Did you have a lot of trouble keeping the chroma in those bright reds in the hair? Anyway, have fun at the workshop!

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    Beautiful paintings man!!

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