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    und Strom!

    Its about time to have my own sketchbook..
    I am also happy about any critique, greets and cheers

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    concrete

    this one is for a project at the university. I was told to not let it look that scifi.... I still get confused when i am choosing the colors... I should already know better.... the texture I used: <a href="http://browse.deviantart.com/?qh=&section=&global=1&q=sirius+140#/d2btip9"> texture 140 by sirius </a>

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    concrete 2

    i am quite satisfied, but I guess tomorrow I will think it is too boring.

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    I figured out a way to do quick technical details today. I think I will be able to use that for some bigger pieces.

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    Practicebot 006

    I am not sure if I will have the time to finish that one... I was inspired by sinix.

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    while working

    I ve been doing this during my work today. any suggestions how to do the fur of the jacket?

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