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    Some really nice characters you have there, each has an interesting look about them.

    Good start so far, can't wait to see more!
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    BRITISH SHARK!!!!!!!!!!!!! single most awesome idea ever devised.
    Though I would love to see some environments. All your work looks like delicious little candy that wants to kill me, mmmmmm, killer candy...
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    Your character designs are great! i must say they lose a bit when you try to render it in a more realistic way. This almost-cartoonish look makes them really original. maybe i didn´t see enough of your art to judge... anyways, the style rocks. Will wait a bit to give you 5..
    My favorites, this goblins in the top of the page and this bw undead shaman?
    keep sharing!

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    Great start to a SB, loving the creature designs. Particularly the way they capture realistic anatomy with a cartoonish charm.
    Awesome stuff.

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    Wow. cute characters, those goblins and stuff. Just the right amount of playfulness with clear expression and anatomy! I'd love to see those characters in action, interacting.

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    These are top man...
    PM me your email, or if you have a site.. i'm compiling a list of artist i would like to eventually work with in the future... far future.. but nonetheless.. i like your stuff..

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    Ok thats all the time I'm putting into this guy, not crazy about the way he turned out, but it was good practice.
    I did a bit of experimenting along the way, so this process isn't as organized as I would usually paint. I need to work on my values, they look a little timid.

    Medusoid: Thanks. Yea environments are definitely something I need to work on, hopefully I'll have some free time to work on some speedpaints.

    Ricardo Robles: Thanks man, you're probably right, I'm still trying to find a balance between a more cartoonish flat colored look and an almost realistic render that doesn't suffocate the original line art. I enjoy painting both styles so its not easy.

    I was hoping to post more frequently, but its been a busy week. Hopefully next week will be more productive.

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    Nice starts! your creature concepts are so fresh.
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    is fantastic congratulation for your work.

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    for some reason I cant picture you speed painting considering how sweet you coloring is XP
    But I cant wait keep the gold a flow'n mate
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    * to read with a prophetic voice * "The believers prayed, the infidels were exterminated...the sky cried tears of blood and so the Gods made this sketchbook AWESOME!"

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    Thanks guys.
    Here's a quick shark thing I sketched during lunch break.

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    Loving this work. Cant wait to see more.

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    man thansk for posting these step by step things ..I totally love your stile normally I am not that into the more comic-alike things but here its different... You somehow manage to create super special values it almost looks like little clay-figures from time to time ...super hot ! really digging it

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    Tjena André!

    Man o man the sharks are ace! More of that stuff! Love the posh one, I can just see him suspiciously leaving a saloon tucking his napkin in after a good burp. And when you look through the swinging saloon doors you see he's taken a good chunk from the barmaids waist, leaving her i a pile of blood.

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