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    I really enjoyed looking at your work, please post more.
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    Really nice style and good sketchbook so far! Keep up the good work
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    My goodness how many styles can one person be good at? Love all of it. I especially love the little red book drawings.

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    idw witch melter

    BogGnarr I guess i feel i improve faster if i draw in different ways and experiment. and its more fun

    Naidy thanks naidy

    RooK Lavelle glad you like
    bluecloud thanks, should i make more of them?
    zeichenwut thanks dog

    ThomasM i dont draw that much on the train lately, mostly because i draw for my work and i dont feel like drawing when i sit in the train. thanks!

    I decided to give it a go on this weeks idw. Its title is 'the witch melter' whatever that may be. This is my interpretation. Since its hard to find witches it would be cool if witchcatchers would set like boobie traps all over the forests, near herbs they need for their brew.

    one big thing about this drawing is that i timed myself and i didnt give me more then 2 hours. so not a very clean drawing, but i feel its good to push yourself and not loose yourself in a drawing.

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    Very inspiring SB, your life studies are amazing, I can't get so much details when drawing from life. Your digital work is very good as well. Keep it up
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    Thank you for the answer!
    Nice updates mate! keep em coming !
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    I'm enjoying your style
    keep it up looking forward to seeing more!
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    Hey guys, thanks a lot for the replies, really appreciate it!!!

    Ok, this is a very special post right here. i found something very very old (its dating from 2006) I uploaded a very artsy fartsy flash movie in the time i was into flash animations and animation in general. I recently dug up some old animation and this one was the only one worth to show it here. Plz let me know what you guys think

    http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/333925
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    Thanx for looking at my SB, really appreciate That flash animation is very cool, it's a pity you don't do it anymore. I think now when you've got much more experience that could be a way more powerful!
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    JellevdVegt, I've been lurking around these forums for a good while now, and I want you to know that I really find your work to be inspiring. I've spent a good chunk of last night and today going through your sketchbooks, new and old, and I am so impressed.

    Your handling of perspective, especially, is really wonderful. It looks so natural and like you just know exactly where to place every line. You make it look effortless, even though from all that I've seen you have put SO much effort into your work. I guess that's the pay-off.

    Anyway, thought I'd let you know.

    Thanks for keeping at this and posting so much of your hard work and time for us to see and learn from ourselves.
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    xiola wow... thats an amazing post. I would have never thought that i would be so inspiring to others. thanks for giving me this great energy!

    Justyna thanks! nice that you fance the 'real' design work aswell

    in2eternity in fact, im experimenting with flash and i think about doing more with animation in the future.

    Well i did another animation. Its just random stuff again, but i didnt go as much into details and rendering as the previous.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ6IogK3-84

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    update

    another video. plz some feedback what you you think about it!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LzcTAJUlHA

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