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I have been hearing allot about Justin sweet recently, and i agree that he is a great artist but i noticed on his site that he rarely draws feet. Perhaps im way late to the party but i just thought it was interesting.
You can view his works here: http://www.justinsweet.com/GALLERY/I...Concepts2.html
Last edited by Krato; September 28th, 2009 at 12:20 AM.
I've heard people say the same thing about Frazetta.
jack: ohhhhh i heard paris hilton never wears underwear....
joe: true but they are just not a priority
jimmy: and i heard people say the same thing bout lindsay lohan.
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nnnnno... not any texan greek or asian family in particular. do you have any family members
with those names . or is the " texan family" a part of a tv show your might be watching.
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Yeah, I like the idea of a sort of "groan" button. You know, and people who get too many groans would get..
hmm.. this sounds awfully familiar.
but......ehm....he DOES draw feet...seriously, I see them (they even wear shoes!!!)....is there anything I am not understanding here? Is "feet" maybe a codeword for "donkeylike monsterpenis"? Cause if it IS a codeword for "Donkeylike monsterpenis" I really really have to agree there, such a noob!
Right? you need to relax, i wasnt saying he was a bad artist or anything its just something that i noticed, he has many pictures -- which are great, where the upper body looks amazing, but many of his pictures he doesnt follow through with the feet. You dont need to start talking about monsterpenises just because someone gave a critique.but......ehm....he DOES draw feet...seriously, I see them (they even wear shoes!!!)....is there anything I am not understanding here? Is "feet" maybe a codeword for "donkeylike monsterpenis"? Cause if it IS a codeword for "Donkeylike monsterpenis" I really really have to agree there, such a noob!
I was actually expecting this to be an odd thread that had to do with a foot fetish. Oh how I am disappointed.
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See, this is why sarcasm doesn't work on the internet.
People mostly assume the other guy is just dim or uninformed.
Justin Sweet, can't you please add a photo of your feet? I got so juiced up. I can used it as a texture to enhance my art, like coro's scanned nutsack!
Admit it, this is just an attempt to get Justin to post again .
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Just from looking at his gallery, it's his style. He doesn't fully render the legs/feet but he does the chest/shoulders/head. My guess is that it's because the head is the focal point of the character design.
Can't really judge skill based on something like that. I don't see one painting of the back of the knee. Could say it's because he can't but probably because it's not a priority.
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