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    You are really improving! The new ones remind me of Dan Gerhartz.
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    I'd like to find out who this friend from Chicago is, maybe he can show me a thing or two. These last few are great, my favorite is the 3rd one (girl laying down in a skirt).

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    Doug- Thanks! Drop me an email sometime I'd love to hear what you've been up to.

    AztcFireFlower- Thanks! I love your work.

    ALEXANDRE da Vinci- Thank you!

    bjoern3000- Thank you! Sometimes I have a hard time telling if I'm making any progress. Thanks for the encouragement!

    Gamerhomie- Thanks! The friend I painted with is Kevin Beilfuss. He's a really nice guy and a great painter.

    Here's a portrait in oil and two 20 minute watercolors. I'm completely new to watercolor so hopefully these will get better.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Hi everyone. I've been having trouble getting my posts to show up on here lately. I've tried a couple different file formats with no luck. I hope at least some of you can see this post.

    One is a watercolor sketch and the other is an oil painting.

    Thanks for looking.

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    The oil painting is .... wow - the technique as well as her anatomy ;-)
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    last two figures rock !!!! wow!

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    Wao !! u have improved a lot ! Those painting u did at ur friend's studio is awesome. The boldness in the colors and brushwork make the painting sing!.. I notice the boldness is slowly creeping into your newer works like the figure one which is really great.
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    bjoern3000- Thank you!

    kojot- Thanks! I hope you stop by often.

    kevinwueste- Thanks Kevin! It's always nice to get a compliment from you.

    JS Neo- Thank you!

    Here's a couple new oil paintings.

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    Matt - I think the direction your work is going is unique and really beautiful! good stuff!! keep posting! - kevin

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    As a young artist, your work is really inspirational to me. I love how you seem to find so much life in so few brush-strokes. Keep posting, you have such amazing work here...

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    The first one of these last three you posted is very powerful - I can't describe exactly why...but I really like it.

    The second one is graceful and beautiful, and the third one whimsical. The values and colors you're using show a subtle but significant improvement from the first works in this thread. Keep up the good work!

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    THe stuff is looking really good. Great job.

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    last guy is my favourite !
    great update
    maybe share some step by step pleaseeee *_*

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    I do like these a lot, looking forward to seeing more

    what was the transition to oils from acylics like?

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