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    self portrait warm up i did today.

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    well im on vacation for a week and im trying to get used to my old wacom bamboo again (the 3x5 one). here was my 30 minute warm up tonight. If nothing else, its good practice, in the car today i did 14 pages in my sketchbook. tomorrow is another 6 hours on the road, lets see if i can top that.

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    something i did for the TEcmo fb page for the release of Dead or Alive dimensions on the 3ds.

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    @wunts: Your critique sucks.

    @OP: One thing I've learned from observation of the best artists on this site especially is that they constantly praise and help those of us with lesser skills. Mike Butkus, Mentler, Magic Man, etc... a whole lot of them usually say something like "great work"... and it's not meant as an asspat... it's meant to keep you encouraged. Because if you have the drive and the love of drawing, you'll never let idiotic comments or anthing else get in the way of learning the craft.

    In that light, I'll say have fun and keep drawing. Try to find good instruction, and run with it. Study hard. But do drawings for fun, too. That's your fuel.

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    ok, that portrait looks like a scribbly mess.
    the dead or alive girl looks like a love doll.
    the landscape looks like its melted.
    and the bikini girls both look pretty much only about 50% of what would be considered a good picture.

    now did that help?

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    ok, thats a little too over the top, really i like all the work here, I even think it could be used professionally... you realize?
    i think your showing tonnes of potential, but you seem to think im below subnormal thinking and i dont have a chance, well ill show you buddy, ok?

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    The one of the girl is fantastic!

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    Use a larger brush. These small brush strokes break up the form.

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    these are really nice dude.
    i agree with pixel cheetah, try larger brushes.
    Great work so far dude, hope to see more man.
    and wunts, ur a funny dude

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    hey I a fool for chicks in bikinis. nice stuff here, keep going.

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    Hi there since your new I would like to say that your work is awesome, I like how you paint and it kinda wonder what kind of software do you use to paint is it photoshop or painter? anyways keep on drawing/painting and also welcome to Conceptart.org.

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