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    Wow - Don`t wanna sound like a broken record: but your linework is amazing sir!


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    This is one of the best sketchbooks I`ve seen for a while. Very inspiring. I`m going to greate Mashach Folder on my harddrive - looking forward for new sketches, drawings and paintings. :-)
    keep it up!
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    Whoa, I love your work! It's AWESOME!!!

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    did you use special paper at the start to get that aged look or is it a digital filter?

    Combined with the awesome creatures it look terrific.

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    Wow man, your running an awesome sketchbook! keep it up !

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    hi dude

    congrats on your great pencils ( i thought you were working on an american comics studio)

    you last update is pretty nice: but his top of the head seems chopped off


    i suggest you do some basic exercices again (coz the rendering and and detailing can makes you unaware of basic issues)


    good luck

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    Im really in love with your pencil characters such an inspiration to come here. and good job on the studys! keep em coming

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    That portrait is really good! If your first one (just before bed) is this good, think of how awesome they’ll be in no time at all! You got a good eye for proportions and the rendering is sweet!
    Keep posting, can’t wait to see more of your great stuff!

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    Absolutely brilliant works!
    I'm amazed by the details in your sketches. Thanks for sharing.
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    Love that portrait, the skin texture is amazing. The nose seems a little seems a little off to the left though.
    Have you thought about coloring your crazy pencil drawings in Photoshop?
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    Lovely sketchbook you have here. Really loving your pencil work. =)
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    that ogre is badass, how long have u been drawing if you dont mind me asking ?
    I just love your creativity and energy. made my morning

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    Hey! Glad you're keeping this well updated The last few posts look really gruesome. I'm with you on the color struggle, it really doesn't come naturally to me either. I guess reading up on color theory and practice is the way to do it. Go well!

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    Oh wow, your line-work is so intricate and dynamic. Very inspiring. I would suggest adding more hues in skin tones, (well, I guess in clothes too) when you're rendering in color, just to bring a little more life and another level of intricacy. Have you experimented with different colored light sources too?

    Amazing job! I love your creature designs.

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    I cant wait to see more How are u doing lately? Hope things are good. Nice to see more posts from you

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    thats some cool update. How have you been?
    I really love Nymphlebotomine - The pain inside
    and its nice that u do things u arent used to. we all should do that more often Thanks for posting.

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    Dude! Your sketchbook is awesome! I love the level of detail you bring to your work. I also admire your line art. Keep it up!
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    omg I'm speechless... your art is AWESOME. and you are self-taught. very very cool dude. can't get enough of it. especially your creature/monster designs and that detail in each piece of artwork. really mind-blowing. keep up the good work.

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    Amazing flow in gestures, great understanding of anatomy and super cool composition in that panda piece Love your work mate.

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    Wow, you're an inspiration

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    awesome imagination. I like the ideas you put together for some of the creatures! Keep on posting cross over creatures with human body parts and insects, please! Thanks for sharing!

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    Visited this sketchbook again and you have so much detail in your pieces it felt as if I was seeing all this stuff for the first time. It wasnt until I saw the self portrait that I was like "oh yeah, that guy!" Hmm I have a question actually, when you were starting out did you study a lot of comics and illustration?

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    Hello...

    Really nice SB you have here... thanks for sharing.

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    Just want to say I love your work. I love the chaos of detail and the sketches are as creepy as they are interesting. This kind of stuff I love to look at and get lost in. Real silent hill vibe for a couple of em.

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