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    What happened to spiderman?

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    those are some awsomly clean and beutiful sketches....

    "The function of art is to stop us and take us out of our skin,
    Unveiling the spirit's pure nakedness without beginning or end.
    These dialogues of Maker and Seer weave together matter with soul,
    Consecrating the practice of art as speech of the ineffable." ~ALEXgrey

    ....fear the munky
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    beautiful...some of your arms get a little... Wanky..but from what i see here, looks like you probably know that already..or at least can see it.

    blaaaaaaaa!
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    Originally posted by elara
    beautiful...some of your arms get a little... Wanky..but from what i see here, looks like you probably know that already..or at least can see it.
    yep.. looks like the farther you go down, the older the drawings are

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    Go away now your sketchings to good
    I love them all but especially the second one, great pose.

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    Are these from your head? I think I've seen http://www.hire-ground.com/images/reau/ogan5.jpg somewhere before (?)

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    i like the stance on the first one. over all very good sketching.

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    wonderful sketches :eek:
    the second one gotta be my fav..

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    Wow, you have a real nice style... very reminiscent to Travis Charest.

    "During youth, the desire for self-expression is so overpowering that most people end up by losing all grasp on their real selves." - Akira Kurosawa
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    Thanx everybody and first let me apologize for my wanky arms some of those sketches are kinda old. I'm still drawing everyday trying to improve so the wanky arms will be a thing of the past. And to feels thanx for the comparison to travis I love his work but a have a long way to go before I'll get anywhere near his greatness.

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    heh, that 5th one form bottom of wolvie looks like he's usin a michael jackson pose, he just needs a white shirt unbottoned, nice stuff though, real clean and concise

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    Wow. Very cool drawings. I have to go with the crowd and say the second one is my fav.

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    Sweet. I love the Wolverine stuff and the gunslinger. Would love to see more western chara's. :chug:

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    GOOD ILLUSTRATION!! .. art student or for fun..?>

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    and into my "inspiration" folder these go...

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    yeah, looks like Travis Charest's work except not as good.

    it looks to me like your trying to emulate someone elses style instead of developing your own, and unfourtunately its very clear who's style your trying to emulate. his style is very clean and finished, and it seems to me that your trying to draw clean and finished work as your first step sometimes.

    hell, i dont know how to say this without sounding like a real dick, but it almost looks to me like your drawing his drawings. your not doing a bad job, (in fact, your doing damn good) its just that i think you could be a great artist if you would start working on your own style.
    (then again, for all i know this is your "tests" at a different style, and you have your own already. if this is the case, ignore me.)

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    Ok lets see where this goes. Josh- First I have to say that Travis Charest is an incredible artist. Any body would be hard pressed to better his drawing ability. And yes I'm influenced by his work but when you say that I'm trying to emulate his style and that I'm drawing his drawings couldn't be further from the truth. One of the most important things is that we were both influenced (Charest and I) by one of the greatest comic book arstist of our time Jim Lee. It is a disservice to all artist to say or imply that being influenced by another is some how wrong or bad. No matter who you are every artist has other artist that they admire or are influenced by uncluding you Josh.

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