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    Some stuff I did entirely on livestream. Both pieces ~4 hours each.

    I made some videos for them!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rm9SIi9RcsI
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLsQZIIr-To

    My most recent finished work - James Zapata
    My most recent finished work - James Zapata


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    Ouuuuuuuu dat Harvey Dent Portrait O__O
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    Finally Finished

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    Ha, thanks!

    More enviro stuff. Naked butt was an after thought. Or a perpetual one.
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    naked in the woods... gotta love it. I might go easy on the blurr tool its losing its subtlety in some of these pieces. It will also work better for you if you separate some of your composition elements into layers and then put post blurr on them.. that way your hard and soft edges wont bleed into each other in a seemingly arbitrary way which hurts the illusion of spacial depth.
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    Haha, yea, the blur was definitely just slapped on sloppily for really no reason. I'm not very delicate with my sketches Thanks man!'


    EDIT: And..... I just realized I posted this in the wrong friggin thread. Craaaaaaaaaaaaaaaap. So, this is totally just a sketch. Not gonna get rid of it though, just going to explain it hahaha.

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    New personal piece. Sea Goddess.
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    Nice work james, sexy sea bitch.

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    Beautiful man.

    I look at the growth guy and just expect him to start yelling "Kaaannneeedaaa!!!"

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    Very cool stuff i really like the sea goddess piece

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    I absolutely love the melty skin looking dude 4th to last image. So sick. Inspiring me to do something similar.

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    Thank you, everyone, so so much!

    Here is something I just finished on livestream this morning.
    My most recent finished work - James Zapata

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    My most recent finished work - James Zapata

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    Something for fun.
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    I particularly like this one for some reason.

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