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    Apes, and other terrifying adventures !

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    I love your style man, how can I learn to draw freely from my mind like this?

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    Thanks ! :]
    I think the mind is particularly efficient when you feed it ; you have to see many things, read many things, etc. Then your mind will blend everything you saw and will make something out of it ! The sketchbooks here at ConceptArt.org are a huge source of inspiration...

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    Hey. Some very nice drawings in here. The first one you posted is outstandingly cool. Everything has a cool style to it. I would like to see some more stuff being posted! Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks man ! :]
    There is another sketch. Inspired by Duc Truong Huyen's Slumscraper.
    ...and yet another one - about a year old - inspired by the tower of Babel.

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    This is what a magnetic storm looks like on Duridani.
    The weather observation towers planted along the Duridani coasts, now completely abandoned and dilapidated, are all relics of the prosperous old Republican age who has seen them being built.

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    really love your line quality, it's very refreshing on the eye. would love to see how you use some other medium great stuff!

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    cool sketchbook, love your environment work I'm curious about the process of your work. Keep up the great work

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    You have a very nice line and you handle those WCs really nicely. I think as your compositions develop you'll be doing nicer and nicer work. Good Stuff.

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    aaaw! i love your slumscraper

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    Thank you people !

    @PoO-kiE : I try to use other techniques but it's not - yet - worth showing... I'm working on it !!

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    Your sketch in post 6 reminds me a lot of some Guild wars art, by Tinfoil. You've good some good work, and confident lines. Try to work on those poses, some of them look a bit stiff or unnatural. Also, it might be cool to mess a bit with saturation in your watercolours, by watering down some areas.

    Good sketchbook! Keep it up

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