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    Haha, only that texture is most likely pizza stains... Gotta stop working through lunch.
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    lol so that's your secret, eh? I gotta start eating in front of my work now!
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    My big mouth! There goes my greatest advantage, haha.

    Eh, not at all happy with it.

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    It came out great, there should be no reason why you shouldn't be satisfied with the final outcome IMO. Great concept , very nicely drawn and shaded. Is that texture on the cardboard part of that 'pizza stain' you mentioned? If so, that was a very lucky accident as I find that to be a nice touch.

    Keep it going!
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    Just looked over your sketchbook, wow that is really good. Your faces are awesome, your really good with getting facial muscles right to capture some real emotions. I love your funny characters, and that fish painting is great, and the man with the plastic bag is super realistic. Keep up the good work.
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    cgaddict: Well I'm glad you like it. I was really just worried the overall concept would be a little shallow, and couldn't find a way to convey it more strongly. And yes, that "stain" began life as a pizza smudge, lol. Took some ingenuity to get it to look like it belonged though.

    jskotte: Hmm, everyone seems to like my faces all of a sudden. Maybe I'm getting better... nah.

    Closer look:

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    One for a friend:

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    Nice update, really dig how you painted the creature. The expression is ace as well.

    *pets*
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    Thanks. My friend did the one of the left and he told me to go wild on it.

    Doodle fo' the day.

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    2012, the day the earth ends:

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    Hello,

    Very nice work in your sketchbook. I really like the one you did for your friend, it made me laugh! great colors and the expression is fantastic. Nice doodles as well, keep up the good work!!

    James
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    great rendering skills man, keep it up.
    I think you could push yourself to do even more from imagination. Having such a talent that shouldn't be a problem. cheers!
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    Starr: Haha, I'm glad it made you laugh!

    Ivan: Oh well thank you, lol. Yeah I really wanna do some more imagin-a-mation stuff but I'm kinda going for more reality these days (basics first i guess, right?).

    Long time no post, but this one is gonna be fun:

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    GAHH! Have to finish this today! Hate deadlines...

    Edit: I have this nagging feeling like this has been done before... Did I subconsciously steal this? I hope not.

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