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    great sketches love the first one

    "It's a time machine, Napoleon. We bought it online."

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    Some nice works you got here!

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    What strange creature have gotten into you, to
    do this new outstanding painting and drawing style?
    Marvelous and stellar are weak words to describe your
    latest deeds and improvements. Jedi power from the
    bottom of the barrel, struck through your oblongata.


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    Qikalain Thankyou
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    LtPlissken I hope i am imrproving Lt, thanks for your visits


    - random rejected crap. think ima go back to anatomy

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    woohoo going strong buddy!!

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    I like the seriousness on the old man's face
    and how the hair strand is coming out
    directly from his nose.


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    'Ey man it's been a while. You've improved quite a bit, post more soon.

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    Dude, looking really good!
    also, what pencils do you use? really diggin' (or digiglin') those darks

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    Sickbrush thanks sickbrush!!
    LtPlissken thanks lt, since u liked the nostril hair, this new piece is for u
    Umbravita heyman, yes it has, how have u been?
    Andre-Sutherland hey thanks bro i use a standard HB clutch pencil, those expensive blue ones, u know the type?

    **WIP** from an old sketch, just mckin around

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    Gorgeously disturbing, I really like the dark tone of your work that even shines through in your brightly colored pieces. Looking forward to dissecting your pieces and work for my own learning. Mwahahhaa

    Urm but yeah, Who are your main inspirations and how do you come about with these nightmarish visuals?
    Cheers!

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    Crazy sketches, loving them, please post more.
    also the photo shop rendering is great have you tried enviros????

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    This new piece for me is very fantastic.
    Thank you my friend.


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    S.F.Batchelor Thankyou, i check out alot of blogs, stumble across alot of different artists, comic book stuff, fine art, concept-art, graffiti, etc...i don't have a direct influence because i try hav a look at everything. Also im always attracted to dark imagery

    AdrianNagorski going to attempt some enviros, thanks man

    LtPlissken Thanks LT

    TOO MUCH BLACK AND WHITE I KNOW I KNOW. COLOUR COMING UP NEXT some drawings are old, just wanted to muck around with them a bit

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    zzzzzz

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    Great studies - so much commitment and passion. Keep it up man - your doing good.

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    Klaustrophil thankyou glad to hear it

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    You do not have to hurry with the color, cause your
    blacks and whites look very good, actually they look
    amazing. Your drawings and illustrations will be put instantly
    in the remastered version of the Oliver Twist book. You know
    the one, where's Gary Oldman involved. What can I say,
    you are getting better and better each day.


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    LtPlissken thankyou i can't say im very familiar with oliver's twist. gettin better everyday is the plan

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    I'm good! Managed to finally get myself drawing every day for almost a month now so I'll be around a lot more. I always feel bad posting to CA when I haven't been doing anything. *Cough* So hi, I'm going to live in your sketchbook now.

    Your stuff's a lot cleaner and crisper than it used to be, there's a certain sense of confidence you have now that you lacked before. Before, your stuff often seemed a bit melty but now it's got a lot more purpose and definition. It's good to see you experimenting with colour, too! You don't seem confident with colours yet, have you tried a few studies?

    Looking forward to more!

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    Nice sketches. I especially like that you seem to focus on keeping everything loose and nice. Inspiring

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    You're beginning to dissolve your pictures too much. I liked the B&W guy sitting with cig - the colour one not so much. When you've pushed one thing too far, it's time to explore another avenue.


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    Seeing improvements man,

    I definitely think you should head more in the direction of the painting of the buy with the hat in your last submission, he seems a lot more refined than the others and the colours are rockin'

    Holidays have started so I look forward to see you upload a shit-ton

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    you've got such expressive brush work! i love the one with the guy sitting and king on his knuckles, it has such as sense of atmosphere and mood

    I think you've probably noticed too but you're weaker in color
    http://www.ctrlpaint.com/digital-pai...-lesson-3.html

    this might help a bit but I think more color studies in general would help greatly, of landscapes/faces/ but just getting more a feel for colors would improve that area a lot

    greatwork, keep it up~

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    Umbravita hey man welcome back! thanks for the compliments, yes my color is lacking. Studies coming soon i think.
    Noukah hey thankyou!
    The_Flying_Dutchman thanks Dutchman!
    Black Spot i will try explore other avenues. Thanks Black Spot, your crits are always a good kick in the ass!
    Andre-Sutherland thanks man! i hope im improving.
    Duplicitious thanks man, and thankyou for the link. Ive watched a fair few of those video's , but i think its time to go back and really sink in the information. My color use is very shitty. thanks again

    just a doodle i ended up working on too much. im so slow. im still hiding things i can't draw when i try from imagination. Im going to knuckle down on some anatomy studies. Until next time btw, thankyou all for the support appreciate reading them

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    That last one has a lot of personality, and it looks more finished than the stuff you usually post. It'd be nice to see a few more "complete" pieces like that.

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    I'm diggin those intertwined skulls. Really nice pencil work on 'em. I'm curious, ever try painting traditionally?

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    love the new stuff man! so much movement - awesome !

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    Umbravita thanks man, i will try! im trying to wip out more finished pieces without spending too long on them
    Ghast barely traditionally, im working on a canvas atm, but its very amateur. i love it tho, i do plan to learn the traditional ways of paint.
    Charles Ratteray thanks alot man!

    gotta do some studies now. yay! btw im always reading back at everyones recomendations, they will sink into my mind. thanks alot everyone

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