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    I'm really digging your environment thumbs, keep going with those studies from movie stills, your work is progressing in leaps and bounds.
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    more study, happy new year to all, make sure to start in best possibel way you can
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    my final for evnviorment of the week
    Theme: harbour of the damned, my ide was kinda like a futurstic harbour for some hightec undeads, mabye they build this? or mabye they conquerd it
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    @alti thank you for those kinds words and sorry for the late reply

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    Loved the undead tech harbour idea you went with, and the details were begging to me more defined. It might seem funny but this last EOW would probably fit into the late discovery of the Americas this week! Will have to try and move away from water related topics for a little bit after this one so it doesn't become repetitive.

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    Very nice work! Your characters are really nice. Not much I can say in terms of critique, just keep up the good work
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    Love the new studies. Good colors, and they have a nice asian vibe to them! Keep it up!
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    DAMN! you need to get hired by BLIZZARD like NOW!!! Seriously your work is amazing, have you had an oppertunity to talk with any of them before?
    I may have no clue what I'm talking about here but you seem to have their style set down in stone.

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    @vulgar i'm happy you liked the idea, next time i will be sure to clearify all the details

    @alexson thank you

    @whisper_wm yeah i fallen for the asian women , they are so beautiful but oh man are they hard to draw

    @Medusoid i havn't talked to them yet but i'm not confident enough yet :<

    thumbs for this eow, gonne go with futhest to the right i think, fiths more my idea then the others
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    more study , i dont think i can finish the weekly envi, to much to do :<
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    Nice start!

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    more study, dw date has been relsed, now time to practise even more and even harder to improve as much as possibel before it starts
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