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    More crayon art. These are super fun to do.

    Jack Burton, of course.


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    Love that last one. Your portraiture is awesome.
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    "You might be disappointed if you fail, but you will be doomed if you don't try"

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    I'm just going to keep doing these because they only take 2 or 3 hours and the crayons smell really good.
    Also, cleanup is a snap.

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    lovely portraits =)

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    Crayola Indiana Jones -

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    OK, some crayon pictures of the kids for Christmas gifts to the fam -

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    And a Crayola portrait of interstellar ladies' man James Tiberius Kirk. Yow.

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    i don't understand why your thread doesn't have 5 *s. if i remember correctly, it was 5 *s before...

    but srsly tbald, you've been busting out these portraits ez-pz! and with crayon too? wtf ... makes me want to break out the crayolas now hahaha. i'm sure your kids will be pleased with the portraits. 5*s from me and Happy Holidays
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    Wow impressive stuff, really like your design like the crocodile. Appreciate also the old school mood coming out of your paintings, the portraits are really nice too.. (sweet nathalie..) keep on sharing!

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    Quick dump of random scribbles and sketchpractices.

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    Just found your sketchbook and it's one of the best I've ever seen. I love your tablet work and the progress gifs are extremely interesting--I may have picked up a trick or two from them.

    Really inspiring stuff here, man. Keep posting!

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    love captain croc
    some awesome works up here

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    Ooh yes! Love the dry technique on Breaking Bad!

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    Janemag - thanks!
    el eiko one - thank you!
    Davie - thanks a bunch!

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    Forgot this one -

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    cool updates man, love the Breaking Bad portrait.

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    Love the SuperMeatBoy, breaking bad and Miyamoto piece. Keep up the great work!

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    I agree that the breaking bad one is very good. Also that croc on the last page just put a smile on my face!

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