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    Clouds and corn popping!

    Greetings fellow artistic beings!

    I have been lurking in the shadows of this page for a long time…but I decided that I will humbly join my fellow creatures! As I have been inspired I thought maybe i will get lucky enough to pay some of that back by giving some inspiration to some of you. If not…well at least I'm gonna give it a shot!

    Anyhow I hope you will enjoy my scribblings and please let me know your thoughts as they will probably keep me from going back to the shadows as I will grow and improve myself. I will appreciate all voices and noises that you can make; whether good or bad they all go into the same melting pot of brain-jelly. Ok enough gibberish!

    I am honored to continue my journey with all of you!

    Let's begin!

    Here are a few pages from recent sketchbooks. Mostly I use ballpoint pens but getting also back to my old pal mechanical pencil.
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    Did one quick digital practice before going to sleep! My first one in 4 years! yeeeyyy!
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    wow !^^ you have an amazing style !^^ it's somehow original !^^ your lines are so professional i think !^^ and i have to say yes i think that you're works will be an inspiration source for many people in the near future!^^
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    Looking good. Welcome.
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    Wild! Awesome!
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    When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.
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    love the stuffs you've got here, mate. I feel I should be the one going back in shadow till I grow and improve. I've got looking forward to seeing more of your works. Cheers
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    cool start, keep it up, nice line
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    Hey, thanks for stopping by my sb.
    Your lines are so confident and your concepts are sick, even a simple face has a sick stylization..
    I'd really like to see some more coloring from you.
    Cheers!
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    Leyth: Thanks for breaking the nut with your first comment I am humbled by your words. Hopefully i will grow...no I WILL GROW... and create something sick that i can be also proud about. Let's continue the journey to greatness ^^

    RyanRyan, Define and towy: thanks for the warm welcome! I rlly appreciate it

    Gthm/death: Noooooooooo! Don't go into the shadowssss. The is an evil there that never sleeps and devours your creativity. It's not the way dude! Anyhow i checked your SB and you have pretty nice stuff going on. Just keep at it mate you will conquer the beast!

    Knut: *cracking up* Cheers buddy! I will bring some real sickness in the nearby future. Yeah I haven't been doing any digital painting since I dunno 2007-2008. I will try to improve my methods and paint some of the characters soooooooooon. Hopefully tomorrow another practice
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    great stuff man! you got a very nice style. and your lines are confdient. all those deisgns look awesome . i hope you do some full body shots of some of those characters. the hand studies are looking great. do you directly draw with pen or use pencils first? but anywho those are sick stuff. keep them coming. i wanna see more. i am very fond of illustration style..you can do some real good illustrations with those ball pens haha. did i mention how i love ball pens? . oh and i want to see some pencil works too.
    i got a feeling you are good at anatomy. but anyways i wanna see some studies too.
    keep it up and good luck. i ll be watching
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    great drawings! love the facial expressions
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    Ok guys! Here is some recent scribble while watching Futurama! they are some kinda a "study" of the human figure even tho at this point the muscles are just imagined. I think they look a lil stiff and missing the flow! Soon i'll be doing some real studies from Glenn Vilppu, Michael Hampton etc. aaand hopefully i will get better and i can do some sick characters! Anyhow let me know what you think ^^

    Cheers TronRobot i'll check out your sketchbook soon!

    sin eater: Nope i don't rlly like to sketch underneath...it works for me when i just start with so lightly that you can't rlly see the lines but i do and then i just put some value on the lines i like..i use to be more random with the lines and the outcome was more creative but my hand is kinda stiff after such a long break. But anyway i thank you for you kind words awesome that you dropped by

    Sorry about the poor quality since neither good lighting or scanner at the moment!! I tried my best
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    Someone said above that your lines are professional,
    and indeed you are a professional, it can be seen right
    away that you have a dozen of experience and long years
    behind you in drawing. I am so happy that I met you.
    I hope that you will keep on updating here and that I
    can follow your work, cause you are too inspirational
    and a lot can be learn from you. And I want to see
    your Calidor from Red Sonja drawing. Cheers.
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