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    Fine and Not So Fine Art

    Hi All. I've been lurking for some time now, this is my first post. It's a mix of some very old stuff and some very new. The first one I finished last night, the last one over a year ago. I've been a friend of el coro's for some time, and his encouragement has finally resulted in me showing this stuff to people.

    Comments and critiques, please.

    Fine and Not So Fine Art

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    nice works!
    i just wondered when i saw the boys d1ck @ first pic. mine doesnt hang down that straight...u know theres b4lls behind it it looks too flat i think. the left knee too. ur other works are better imho. especially the 2nd one chrome godess

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    Wonderful work...

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    Ok, to much information their math. Very nice, I like the last one the best. One thing though, on the fairy girl, her eye on the right looks like its too high compared to the other. Nice metal textures on the winged robot.

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    the Sargent copy is pretty good, but I like the fairy and clockwork angel best, they look like you were having fun when you made them. The first one is good, too, but I don't like it as much because it's depressing in an ambiguous way. If you apply the same techniques to a more focused concept I think it would be more successful.

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    I like the first two the most for little things here and there throughout the pic. I'm not sure if the eye on the first would be that lit up though.

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    Thanks to everyone for the feedback. It's easy for me to sit in the five minute afterglow after something is finished and not spot all the small mistakes, so your comments are very helpful.

    bwkeough: I'm glad you spotted the last one as a Sargent copy, he's the inspiration for an idea I hope to post more of as it is finished (though in the future they won't be copies). And yeah, the middle two were the most fun. I've been trying to loosen up and those are the best examples so far.

    thanks again.

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    This really is phenominal stuff! The board is definately the richer for you posting your work. I agree with most of the crits/comments posted so far. Don't really have much more usefull to add.

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    Just wondering...

    Sargent copy???

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    Spacemanchuck :
    The last one is a "master copy" of a John Singer Sargent painting.

    Good stuff man, and youve been gettin some dead-on crits so far. I cant think of anything else to say.....your gettin there! Keep it up

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    great to see you posting here my friend. you know i love yer stuff man. i look forward to seeing you around here! this guy is a great artist, and i shared a cubicle with him for 2 years. thank you for putting up with my stinky feet and sexual indescretions.-c36
    hey post some of your sketchbook stuff!

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