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    A new look to Paleo-Art

    Hi, my name is Sara Richard. I am an artist working on putting my own spin to paleo-art and I was hoping to see what everyone thought!
    I'm very inspired by William Stout's work as well as Art Nouveau and Japanese ink paintings. I'm hoping to someday put a children's book together of my dinosaur pieces.

    Thank you for looking! If you like this, please check out my website at www.SaraRichard.com!
    Or contact me at sara@sararichard.com.

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    Wow, awesome

    Great linework and shapes! keep it up. I'd love to see one rendered out.
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    GOD I love these. Do post more!
    Matt Frank's Art - Monsters, Mutants and Mecha, oh my!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mfrank View Post
    GOD I love these. Do post more!
    Thank you so much! I will!
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    Quote Originally Posted by goddard11 View Post
    Wow, awesome

    Great linework and shapes! keep it up. I'd love to see one rendered out.
    Thank you very much!
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    Gorgeous drawings! Love your style
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    These are all good, but the simpler drawings are brilliant. Post more of those!
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    A breathe of fresh air, love your style. Hope you keep it up!
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    That's really awesome, Sara! This sort of stylization is exactly what the paleo-art world needs. What I love is the tremendous amount of anatomical understanding that comes through in these images, even with the strong stylization. Wonderful work!
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    Great work! Look forward to seeing more. Love the energy.
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    You have a nice sense of style and design - but make sure they "read". The more painted pieces aren't really work too well for me. I would recommend pushing the design stuff and maybe keeping that a bit more simple while you work on basic painting skills. Eventually the two will come together.
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    so good! I hope you are able to make and sell a whole collection of these
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    I adore these images, but I advise you post them in Finally Finished -I'm not sure this qualifies as Entertainment Design.
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