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    Your work is very inspiring! You have such a strong eye for composition and how you layer the brushes to create texture and depth is stunning. Your chow entry shows really strong growth from your already strong start in your sketchbook's first few posts. Keep it up! I look forward to what you do.
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    Very nice dragon rider.
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    I've been hesitant to post on your SB because I'm afraid I'll start gushing. There are some awesome pieces in here, man. I love the feel created by mixing your surreal brush strokes with the grittiness of your subject matter. Your color schemes are great too, very nice.

    Keep up the great work! You're an inspiring artist my friend.
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    I really like the dragon rider. That's one of your strongest pieces so far, I think. Very simple, readable, and effective. Maybe it would look more dynamic if the person riding it was more hunched down - for aerodynamics' sake? The composition suggests that they're moving forward with speed, whereas judging from the very relaxed sitting pose of the knight they're staying quite still. Still, it's a great piece.

    Keep shining, man
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    i love the way u draw trees nice style!
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    Good style.
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    Love the sumos and the game of thrones (nicely minimalised shapes there)
    but basketball guy has some serious arm injuries going on
    BTW Oscar spelt his name Wilde. Im sure he wouldnt mind though, the essential point is a good one.
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    go down to details see details
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    sory for that
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    Great to see more time-invested pieces from you! Compositions look great and I think I'm seeing a clear improvement in color variety and subtlety in using them. You have a habit of supplying the warrior paintings with a kind of solemn mood with the way you color them and I like it a lot. For this one the hazy morning mood, depth, simple but striking palette and dramatic composition give a powerful mood. Great palette on the new ChOW piece too, good feel of sunlight on a cold winter day and I also like the balanced composition and the way you've used spikes on different elements.
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    Dude I dont follow basketball but that video was sick. I went to a college game once in Kansas one and that was exciting as hell.

    Some real strong pieces in that new batch. Youre an engine of creation, Iverson would be proud.
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    You've got some really nice pieces here, great atmosphere and textures.
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    I don't understand how you have no stars (or maybe I'm just blind)....I'll give you some. Great sketchbook, man.
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