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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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    dang sir! You got some mad fantasy skills, i could definitely see this type of stuff in a lotr type movie awesome stuff man, keep going!

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    Wow, just wow. I have always admired those who can draw a few lines or splashes to suggest movement and detail and have them so clear and so obvious as to their intention, and you certainly can do that! Absolutely love it.
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    Awesome stuff Sean! Definitely inspiring, and you make it look like a lot of fun. If you finished some of this stuff it would blow everyone's socks off . . . but I know how it goes.

    This little page especially blew me away: http://attachments.conceptart.org/fo...1&d=1335936216

    Great stuff, keep it up!

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    Really cool stuff man, looking forward for more

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    always nice to visit, i love that flag bearer image in post 113 and 108
    the top right, its clumped with three other images.
    it rocks so much potential in that one, makes my mind brainstorm with possibilities.
    nice to see your evolving.

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    Hey Sean! your enthusiasm for the subject matter really is shining through. Keep working on it buddy.

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    Insanely brilliant EOW from you this week! every thumbnail could be taken to finish!!!!
    i was blown away, had to tuck my tail between my legs .pld:

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    Sean, I love love love your sketchbook so far! Such an inspiration to behold.
    Amazing use of texture and soft vs hard edges. Keep 'em coming! ;D

    P.S. I am totally jealous of your enviro's, guh

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    Looking good here Sean, I really like some of those color compositions.
    Don't hesitate to introduce more reflected light into the shadow areas. It can really describe the form beautifully there, especially if you use the correct temperature and intensity of color... (Generally, shadows look relatively cool when the light source is warm; likewise, when the light source is cool, shadows seem warm in comparison. But perhaps you already know this.)

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    some very cool techniques and experiments in here! like!
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