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    Very nice! What is your medium?

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    ah, for this, Photoshop! Though I was just gifted a lovely set of Tria markers that I am dying to try out. =)

    And while I'm thinking of it, I'll upload another I did in ballpoint pen a while ago, but still like.

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    Hi Ambientsounds,
    I'm glad to see you here on Conceptart. You've been here for quite some time, so I'm surprised that I haven't come across you until now.

    Your portraits you've posted here are both lovely but the second one is particularly striking. I think for the second image (as opposed to the first one), you really capture that spark of life. It's a wonderful expression in Image #2. I also admire the detail you've put into it, such as the fuzzy texture on the hat and coat. Very remarkable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaccrockett View Post
    fuzzy texture on the hat and coat
    that's the one ... it just feels right. I always like the expressions on your characters.

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    Your portraits you've posted here are both lovely but the second one is particularly striking. I think for the second image (as opposed to the first one), you really capture that spark of life.

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