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    holy wow! This is such incredible and inspiring work!
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    What a funny sketchbook!
    Like already said, awesome expressions on your characters.
    The ant picture on page 1 made me laugh.
    You should study values and the use of colors more often, to give your paintings the "finished look", some of your paintings are a bit flat in my opinion. But don´t loose your style by doing so.
    Keep up the good work!
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    eyeballs exhausted worked on this sporadically today, some kinda druid guy i think.
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    some more work on the druid
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    major changes, going with a definitive northrend yeti theme. still experimenting with some elements to bring it all together, so any crits or suggestions would be awesome going to change the belt for sure, feels out of place now.
    i never designed armor before
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    between school and trying to squeeze in time for myself, i can't help but feel a little burnt out
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    what's up machine? I have a question, how did you make the lines of the wakaw's tail? I have no idea how to make the lines smooth and clean like that. thanks
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    You have some beautiful line work on the first page and your colouring is lovely, just so delicate. I can see what Mr Chow was on about with using harder brushes and more contrasts but the way you use colour to get the depth works really well anyway[the tree monster-thing especially].

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    good stuff man. i really like the sketch of the guy with the wraps on his face. it was especially awesome to me for some reason. i like the wow sketches as well ;D
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    DSG 1518: Creature • HORRIFYING BEAST HAS FLESH & BONE JACK-O-LANTERN-LIKE HEAD

    DSG 1521: Creature • FASCINATING BEAST SHARES ATTRIBUTES OF BOTH RHINO AND ARACHNID

    DSG 1523: Holiday • ALIEN BEAST W/ HANDSOME PLUMAGE HAS GROTESQUELY WADDLED HEAD/NECK
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    the anatomical based creatures I liked the most. Good foundation in here. Some of your black and white stuff are super cool. inspirational.
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    do you have a deviantART profile? some of your cartoony styles look really familiar!!
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