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    Chad, your updates are like bombs dropped on my consciousness. I'm just minding my business, sketching here and there, doing homework. BOOM! Chad posts something that just blasts you to pieces. Your work ethic is becoming admirable, I wish you success my friend


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    hey there sage, what nice stuff! great illustrational style you have. also enjoyed all the 3d hamster-heads.
    hands are great, I love hands. I do feel there's a few botched once that you could have a second look at. its mostly fingerlength issues. oh a lil trick that helped me lots: the pinky and the thumb bend towards eachother, always training to touch.
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    Love the exaggerated poses from the photo references. I'll have to try that.

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    I'm impressed with your will, I feel the struggle to improve, I mean, you do a lot of studies and with tons of energy, most people would get tired easily about so much training - like myself ie - you're really serious about this.

    Is also great to see that you really get better with all the hard work. Congratulations, solid drawings and incredible dedication.

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    Man, I just discovered your sketchbook and I love it! it's so rich with material. And everything looks so clean, it's incredible. I love your stuff! Keep up the hard work!

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    wow dude, its been like ages, more like over a year ah?
    good to see you back on track and getting intense and I mean INTENSE! holy smokes! this is a huge amount of studies which is great do more, I definitely noticed improvement and your drawing has been polished ALOT, some of those character designs are fantastic, I thought you copied them!
    really glad to see you are kicking it. try to do different things and try different mediums if possible you might discover interesting things and it just keeps things fresh and not boring.
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    Thanks for the advice on my sketchbook!

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    Haha, I love the faces in the last post !
    I love your disney style. Keep on, practicing from photos, it helps a lot, if you apply the new knowledge then in other drawings from observation.

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    Thanks for stoping by i've checked your pages from the beginning and i'm impressed, your figures, lineweight, values, rendering skills are awesome, i can only praise
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    holly god! is it motivational thread? haha

    man I share your secret! and don't is love for drawing!!!!!

    haha hell yeah man I think I'll work harder now! incredible dedication XD
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    jow sage, great going there on te model drawing!
    noticed your master study example is awfully low on your easel there. espec compared to where you're drawing. you want that on the same height or you're going to have major distortions in yours.
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    Hello there! Wow, you have so many sketches, it's really inspiring! I particularly admire how many hands you drew!, hah!

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    Wow so much drive you have. You must have like 10,000 pages of work, and so much repetitive practice. I am really enjoying the creative work most. I'm very inspired that someone out there is working so hard. I must too !

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    WOW! How could I have not commented on your sketchbook earlier? You're such an inspiration to me now.
    I'm going to practice understanding form with more conviction because you have done it so many times without any complaints ; _ ;
    Really great stuff and thank you for your advice

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    Hey sage, man you put in work; it shows. keep on rocking pal. thanks for stopping by my sb.
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    i'm really inspired by the amount of effort in every study, thanks for that man!

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    Really enjoy looking at the stuff you've been doing. Can you rotate your sphere? Hope to see more soon.

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    Love the monthly 6 foot long posts, should be time for one soon!

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    Your advice in GraphicGear's sketchbook just got me from tired and frustrated to motivated and determined in less than a minute, so thank you for that! Not that it was anything I didn't know, but sometimes I need to be reminded

    Had to check out your work, and it's every bit as amazing and inspiring as I expected it to be!

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    Some cartoons and some traditional caricatures. The first several cartoons are about two years old.
    The Simpsons characters are newer. The caricatures are relatively new.

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