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    Scehch Book

    Hello viewer,

    This sketchbook will be an attempt to document and foster growth in my abilities. I hope you'll enjoy the journey.

    Thank you for looking,

    Everett
    Last edited by fishysmell; October 15th, 2011 at 05:23 AM.
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    Hah, really cool work in here! Im hoping those are done with MS paint, i used to do all of my digital work in there, so i have big respect for someone who can control paints unruly lines.

    Anyway, i like your concepts, and your anatomy looks really solid as well. Cool stuff, i hope to see more work soon!
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    AustenFM: Yes! They are indeed MS Paint drawings. I do about 98% of my digital drawings using it. I will eventually move on to bigger things. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment!
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    Hello, it's me again.
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    wow! thats a lot of work.I have actually tried a couple of times to sketch in ms paint but I have messed up in the end. your work is amazing!
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    mosishmon: Ah, thank you very much. MS Paint is a clunker of a program, but I do like the simplicity of it. Thanks for taking a peek!

    Cecil654 (the bot): Thank you for stopping by, Ms. Robot. Your definitions are appreciated.
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    whaat??! MS PAINT?! wow. props dude. you are well deserving of painter or photoshop for having to put up with that crap program for so long!! these still look pretty cool though!! nice work man!!
    MY SKETCHBOOK!
    Some Sketchbooks you should check out! --->
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    Nice work, I wouldn't have the patience to finish something in MS Paint. And I flip off switches all the time haha.
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    that's some awesome work in MS Paint! You're crazy, in a very good way
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    wow bro, really interesting and awesome ms paint jobs, have your tryed fineliners, it would really suit your style I think
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    All: I appreciate your stopping by =)

    NickyBeats: I think it's a good program! Thank you for the compliments.

    TheKuu: Thank you for the kind words. My secret for patience is to have a lot of free time.

    Conniekat8: You are too kind! My work is kind of okay, though. There is still so much for me to learn and refine.

    Spideriser: Thank you for appreciating them! Fineliners you say? I might be too much of a penny-pincher to purchase those kinds of tools; but maybe when I possess more money.

    The media for the following posts is gypsum sand.

    Edit: Does anyone know how to shrink down some of these images using this site's tools?
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    Hello again fellow CA-ers
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    Hello again.

    4th picture is Juri from Super Street Fighter.

    6th picture is Noel from Blazblue.
    Last edited by fishysmell; August 24th, 2011 at 11:27 PM.
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