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    Thank you guys for your comments, your interest in my art means a lot to me!
    le capitan: the last ones are personal work, they are not from a project, just wanted to draw
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    Some of my personal work done lately. Hope you like it!
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    Nice! Reminds me a bit art of Vagrant Story, but in a some sort wacky-odd way -)
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    Thank you all for your comments and your kind words.Samurai Concepts and other CharactersSamurai Concepts and other CharactersSamurai Concepts and other CharactersSamurai Concepts and other Characters
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    This is some stunning and inspirational stuff. I love how gestural everything is. I probably use about five or six standard "dynamic" base poses over and over again, but you have opened my eyes that there are hundreds! This is definitely a bookmark page for me, whenever I'm stumped on a character that seems static.
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    Lovely work, really interesting styling.
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    Thanks all for comment and compliments!
    It's been quite some time since my last post here . Here some new pieces

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    great style and ideas,

    live them all!!!
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    Love the action and dynamics. Knock kneed or bow legged, your characters have a wicked style.
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    Good lord, I love it. Your work is like calligraphy.
    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Thats fucking fresh.
    Really nice style i see a lot of mike mignola in this which is awesome.
    You're exaggerations are really well done all i'll say is that some of the knee areas are exaggerated so much its a bit confusing so maybe a pinch of subtletly in those areas would help but its so stylized i could be totally wrong.
    Cant wait to see more stuff your last couple of pieces have been damn solid. keep it up.
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    Greatness all the way.
    Could see this animated bye Robert Valley.
    Any books out ?
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