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    Your new stuff is awesome. The valuepainting in post #302 is amazing. Also the dog is hilarious. I know that ice cream. Nobody ever eats the vanilla part. The guy with the fins will be great. And I know everything about fins, because I'm from Finland!

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    Granny, I don't really know how to do that, so here's the beginning of another one just for you.
    Rotor, That's awesome! Thanks for the laughs to you too!
    Black Spot...well I never. And I did lengthen the legs. I even had to balance it with my head while I welded it.
    Myllys, thanks! I never eat the strawberry part. You know, My Nana's maiden name was Fish.

    Hopefully soon I can get the full version of photoshop, instead of just elements.

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    Loving your photoshop stuff so far, great values and your self-portrait as a kid is so sweet, yet you can see that wicked sense of humour of yours bubbling under the surface mwahaha

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    Hi Angel! You're not supposed to tell me that, it'll lull me into a false sense of security. I guess I was a cute kid, but I definitely had that stereotypical "awkward phase" from the last years of elementary school through middle school, too. Big eyes, big feet, big nose, big everything. Fortunately I've grown into most of them .

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    Did this as a study, but didn't do so well. How was I supposed to know the sun moves?!! Got to get me some drapes...
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    Robot fell, robot lost an arm. Might go with it, might reattach it. Opinions?
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    Whoah! Like that the robot looks like he's on his way to avenge his missing arm. The hanging wires make it look so cool! Definately keep it that way. And whats more cool; He actually had an arm, but he lost it in an accident. He's the Bruce Willis of robots!

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    [QUOTE=GoGoJojo;2655548]Hi Angel! You're not supposed to tell me that, it'll lull me into a false sense of security. I guess I was a cute kid, but I definitely had that stereotypical "awkward phase" from the last years of elementary school through middle school, too. Big eyes, big feet, big nose, big everything. Fortunately I've grown into most of them .
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    Sorry!! *hmmhmm* Stop slacking there soldier!! You call that a painting?!! Get working now!...more values! more! mwahahah!

    hehehehe No seriously, you can tell you're working hard, photoshop can be tricky but you're workin it!

    I can relate with the awkward phase, I went through an awkward decade I reckon, was cute up to 8 then it all went a bit wrong til University *sigh* Yay for maturity!

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    GoGoJoJo, your dedication is putting me to shame! But I love your updates. Please keep them up. And post more of the boots and hat. They are just awesome.

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    Loving the updates Betsy!! Your value studies are really improving dramatically, demonstrated by the portrait in post#336, the baby portrait and the PS controller. The robot is looking awesome aswell. Keep up the good work B!!

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    Heya! I enjoyed a lot looking through your latest pages--variety seems to be the key here! And that can't ever fail, for sure. Still-lives, photostudies and from imagination is good stuff. I'm looking forward to see that baby SP finished!

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    Myllys-Yay, I'm glad you like it! But I don't get the Bruce Willis reference...ENLIGHTEN ME!!!!
    Angel- Thanks for officially making me your friend, and yay for awkwardness!
    Ardescore-Hey thanks for stopping by, always good to see someone new in these parts!!! I went through a few years after high school were I just wasn't being as artistically productive as I wanted to be, so I think I'm just trying to make up for lost time!
    Turbosnail- Hi!!! Thanks so much for the encouragement!
    AsaB-Thanks! How are you finding thing in Germany? And that baby will be finished by my birthday, I swear it!!! You guys keep me to my word, it's a 7 day deadline!!!


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    The beginning of a drawing that my friend wanted. It's pyramid head in a tuxedo.
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    I've been wanting to draw this from a photo I found for a while, WIP
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    So I shall enlighten you You Know Bruce in all his action movies (For example Die hards). Always in the end he's had a lot of punishment and lost his shoes and he's bleeding (because of bullet wounds and walking on pieces of glass without shoes) and even his cigarettes are all bended and flat (And he has a hangover). Then he gets even with bad guys. The robot kind of reminded me of that. You know, getting even with the dude that f***ed up his arm.

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    Ha ha, I can't wait to see the pyramid head guy finished!

    Noooooooooo, the robot! It still looks awesome without the arm, though. Like a wounded soldier still charging forward in battle!

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    Myllys- Oh, I get it. I thought you were specifically talking about the broken arm, and I was like "last time I checked, Bruce Willis still had his arm..."
    Linguini- Boy I love your name!!! And I can't wait either, I'm gonna try and do it up real nice for him since he helps me so much with school work. Ooh!! every once in a while he'll look at my sketchbook. HI JEFF!!!!


    I was a bad girl today, all I worked on was the robot, but hey, it's still art!!!

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    Hi Gogogogogogojojo!

    The robot does look cool without the arm You going to paint it? or add blood spatter?

    (That reminds me, I used to play with Barbie as a kid but instead of Ken my brother gave me his Action Man whose arm had broken off and he was my barbie's 'cool Vietnam Vet boyfriend' he was loads better than the wussy ken! hehe sorry had to share!)

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    Gogogogogogogogo!
    Hi Angel! I might give him a patina, or very subtle stenciling, but nothing all out. And hey, the only boy barbie like doll I had was missing an arm too! It was an Alladin doll, and his little fez was fused to his skull.

    This one is crap right now, I will fix this
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    Cool

    I can't...see anything...bah!

    I really need to get some blinds or something soon. I might have to redo some of this, I just can't tell how things look...stupid sun!!!!

    Ooh! can anyone guess what I took a photo of to make that brush I used in the background?

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    LOL!! pyramid attending a party? that's awesome. i'm going to say you either took a picture of.... water to make that brush? xD

    edit: hmm now that i look closer at it, it looks like grating of some kind

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    Nope!!!! Any other guesses?

    On a side note, I found a solution to my window problem until I get some blinds. I taped newspapers over my windows!!! Now I just need to make sure my neighbors don't think I'm some crazy shut-in that wears tinfoil hats...

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    I love that girl riding the giant elk like creature. I hope you do more with it cause I wanna see it finished. Keep doing what your doing babe, your really improving fast.

    Also, You should send me your pic.

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    You used your hair as a brush?

    Love the armless robot. Give him a tattoo to show he's a real bad ass.


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    - It's sweet as. Thank You.
    I'll print it out (thank goodness it's in black and white. I've never owned a color printer)
    and use for creative fodder - a reminder to work harder at getting likenesses better.

    -All your other stuff. (fun, funny - and you still balance it out with harder studies.
    Brilliant!)

    -I like the fur on the foxylady piece. I can almost feel it brushing against her calloused knee caps. xP

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    that robot looks awesome

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    Mohki- long time no see! I'll give you one! And really like that one too, that's why I'll get back to it when I am more confident in my landscape technique.
    Black Spot- Bzzt! No, not that either. here's what the brush looks like.
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    I'd be really surprised if you guys get this one, but it's "challenge time", as my Japanese teacher would say in a sing song voice.
    Dwardo- Yay, I'm glad you liked it!!! But oh no, your creative vibes can't get through my tinfoil hat!

    [edit] Oopsie! You must have posted while I was writing, lolbbq! Sorry... oh, and thanks!

    I'm over working it again!!!
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    On the plus side, I think I'm better than I have been with this one
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    hahaha... that baby portrait is starting to freak me out. it's great though! love the pup study as well. hmmm... i'm guessing your brush is the ground? like cracks in the dirt or something?? :3

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    You're awesome I love that sketch! Thanks GoGoJoJo

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    Nice updates Betsy. Loving the dawg!! The brush looks like epidermal cells to me. The robot is coming along very nicely. Keep up the good work matey!!

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    Whoah! That dog is awesome. I love the fisheye feeling and colors. And great job with the fur!

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    Teapo: Yeah It freaks me out too...And that's strike two for the guesses for you! do you want me to tell you what it is, or do you want to keep guessing?

    Ardescoere: YAY!!!! You're fun to draw, you have a cute nose. I'll wear my hat and boots this week and take another picture for you, okay?

    Turbosnail: Thanks! I think I'm finally beginning to loosen up with this stuff, now the real fun starts!...I hope. And so far your guess for the brush is the closest!!! But it doesn't have anything to do with humans, keep that in mind

    Myllys: Wow thanks! It's the first painting I've done in the past few weeks that I've been really happy with.

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    This one took me a while *cough*45minutes*cough* because I was doing it entirely from my mind, so picking colors was kind of tricky for me.
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    Funny thing is later that day I got to do a speed painting of the clouds outside my room when the sun was getting ready to set. 15 minutes
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    [edit] Crap! I forgot to take my colors off. Oh well.

    those hills in the background are the coastal range. Lots of geology going on around here. Fun fact: I live on the side of an extinct volcano!!!

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    Eh up Gogogogo!

    @ post #352 - hehehehehehehehehe
    @ post #357 - ooh ooh I know! it's the cells of plant!?. The baby pic is looking good I don't think you've reached the point of overwork yet (I geuss that depends on the style you were going for) but the face looks finished to me the rest just needs tightening up slightly and that dog is just too cute! I want one! he's coming along nicely.

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    p.s thanks for the link to the etching website and the lovely diagram, I'm going to read up some more and would love to chat about more techniques! and to see your press made from a bottlejack (sorry for ignorance not sure what that is!!)

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