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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08

    Proudly keeping to the routine for 1 days and counting.
    "The Futility Watch"
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08

    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
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    Nice, I like the style.. is this where he opens the chest and gets super powers?? heh.

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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
    DSG - Kitchen appliance as a character
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    very cool man. Dude what really got me was how close your comic reminded me of lung's. look at his latest posts on this daily sketchbook thread youll be surprised.
    Da Vinci was a concept artist
    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
    Still life in acrylics. Gave up after about 2 hours because it was moving too slowly.
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
    Sorry... just a business card design today...
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08
    DSG from yesterday - which also happened to be the day my domain expired without me realizing it. Working on getting it back, but thankfully I can still access files through the IP.
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    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08

    inertia • tonal industrial studies 14.08

    Autophobic.net is back online... it's good to be home.

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    Hey JProvost, Im really likin your stuff here, you have a clean style. The arm studies are very helpful. thanks

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    They're referenced from George B. Bridgeman's "The Human Machine." In my opinion, Bridgeman wrote (drew) the best books on anatomy and drawing.

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    haha i have the bridgeman which has all his books smashed together. i think its because i havnet gone into the hand part, just the arm. im gettin there! yea bridgeman is great, though is descriptions arent very helpful, showing in mass helps a bunch. welp back to drawing

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    Originally posted by JProvost
    In my opinion, Bridgeman wrote (drew) the best books on anatomy and drawing.
    In my humble opinion, there are three ultimate anatomy sutras...and they have different approach. BRIDGEMAN, LOOMIS, and VILPU. I am not going to say how r they diff 'cuz I am not qualify, but u will know when you look at them. Great Bridgeman study by the way.
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