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    tasser thank you my friend ^^

    Gorgoleon thanks man glad you like it

    some photos again to mix it up a little ^^, the BWs made with my handy and the coloured ones are from Swiss in 2009 made with a Canon EOS and are a little photoshoped,colour and contrast tweaking, except the one with the chimney its the original one

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    first WIP for my Russian Criminal of War guy from Chechnya for this weeks CHoW

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    Diggin the photography, color and figure studies. Keep it up! you rock at digital painting!!
    Talent and Creativity are yours to use and keep

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    Odayga thanks ^^ nice to hear !

    little progress decided to go with sledgehammers instead of machettes as it seems more reasonable for an interrogator to break ones bones instead of slicing him apart ...simply because he might die slower and is able to talk more ^^

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    ITS KILLER ! THEIR ABSOLUTE BEST ALBUM !
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    and more plus I changed the background story of this guy:

    His Name is Lew "Hammer" Wolkow, He was born in 1944 as a son of a blacksmith in a small town belonging to the council area of Novosibirsk. In younger years he did an apprenticeship under his father. During his youth he changed dramatically, he grew very tall and became overly muscular and his mood started to change he became more and more a loner. At the age of 21 he decided to join the the soviet army. At first due to his skills as a blacksmith he was part of a cavalry regiment it was around this time when his fury became obvious, once he tried to shoe a horse when it kicked him, he strangled it to death. His superiors charged files against him and tried to remove him from military service, because he became unbearable and a potential threat for his comrades. But then the KGB crossed his path and recruited him in 1969. His furious temperament and his physical strength fitted well for its new occupation as a interrogator he then traveled around different flash points and started to develop his marked preference for torture, in the 1970s he finally obtained his nickname "Hammer" for using forging- and sledgehammers during interrogation sessions. in 1979 he was part of the "Operation Storm 333" during the early days of the Soviet-Afghan War. The 17th Mai 1981 he was detained by Mossad-Agents and executed the 21th Mai 1981 in a Mountain-Camp north of Meymaneh.

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    and update
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    Love the character as well as the narrative that accompanies him, really makes the viewer feel like they know the individual and can relate directly. No crits here. excellent job.. keep on going!
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    Wow, that portrait in #468 is a beast!
    I like this latest character concept,
    looks very good and promising,
    maybe as a crit, his head is a
    bit smaller than it should be,
    compared to the body proportions?
    Keep up the good stuff.


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    Dude I just want you and NickyBeats to know that the two of you are basically my heroes. I am so inspired and encouraged by not just the advice you always have for me but the amount of progress you have both made since your first page. I really appreciate everything you and him have done for me and I sincerely want to thank you guys from the bottom of my heart.

    I know how corn ball cheesy that sounds but I mean every word of it, so thank you both
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    Odayga thanks a lot your ongoing support really pushes me to do more stuff ^^

    LtPlissken yeah youre right about the proportional issue have to check on this and thanks for your consolation

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    naaaah nothing cheesy in sharing ones feelings actually thats quite brave and applaudable ^^ and about the statement itself : youre welcome ^^

    so some new stuff playing around with shapes,brushes, colours . both were inspired by Jaime Jones paintings , enjoy

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    Your new works looks great! I like where you're going with the 1st one. Reminds me of the Tanith Imperial Guard, if you know what that is. :p

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    hey that last piece looks fantastic - great dynamic, maybe work on the face alittle bit oh and the right hand looks a bit strange too

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    Awe thanks man you rock X3
    The newest piece is so sexy! Love the fiery blood red coursing through his frozen casing. The warmth looks like its cutting him apart but it's got such character that you cant see it right away. Looks like some boos that appears old and decrepit but can kick major ass if he felt like it, nice job XD
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    Mila for sure I know the "one and only" ^^and thanks

    xbert all in work ^^ thanks

    Medusoid thank you mate

    APW thank you very much

    nothing done in a week because my summer semester started and it was all quite confusing, lots of fucked up planning on the part of my university, plus after 3 months of plain drawing its been a little hard for me to get back to daily routine ( you know getting OUT of bed instead of getting IN at 6 AM ...stuff like that )

    anyway new scribble lots of things yet to do
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