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    she borg

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    woa! nice! great style

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    yea, I love the colors you used in here. it really stands out

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    beutiful stuff man.

    this bread is hard, and stale, and has green fuzz on it.
    I wanna go home.
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    Great tone and colours.
    Good too see a image without the smudgy pencils. That shows your not a one trick pony.

    Is the head meant to be that big and the face looks more MALE than female. So not really a 'she borg' to me.

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    Amazing as usual!

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    it's a really "WOOD & TEMPLESMITH" work!!!

    how do you realize the illustration? i'm trying by myself to learn this style but i can't...

    plz tell me!!!

    visit my website:
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    Great colors!
    The whole picture reminds me on Giger`s stuff. I think your technique is very interesting.

    Some parts in the picture are completely black. The effect is that the depth of the illustration disappeared. Maybe you can fill the black parts with a very light ornamentic in the same way you did in the rest parts of the picture.

    Very nice work!

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