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    sketcheroos and doodleydoos

    Man the sketch books in here are so inspiring...and intimidating. I've been hesitant to put my stuff up, but alas I've givin in to pure pressure (thanks popey and macj). I'm also hoping it will get me to draw more often, god knows I need to do that.

    so here we go...

    sketcheroos and doodleydoos
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    my friend's studio.
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    Sketch of a sculpture at the Stanford Museum in Palo Alto
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    man, you are one of the most amazing artist i have ever met in my life, no ass licking here, for real. you have no idea how much i have learnt from you.
    i always think that the skills and ideas you have are natural born.
    fogive me for being selfish, but please share your world of art and imagination to us!

    for the drawings, i especially like the guy holding a worm. very nice face there.

    anyway, keep it up!

    V

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    Second that emotion

    I'll second all of that (what popeye said). I'm also really impressed with the guy holding the worm. Did u do this straight from imagination, or did u have a mirror or reference handy?

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    thanks guys
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    Yup, like they said. You seriously kick ass man!
    I wish I would have been able to take more classes with you, Popeye, and MacJ while in school. Damn that graduation thing!
    You have some serious talent man and I am always inspired by your rockin works!
    I'm glad you're starting to post some work on here. Keep posting more!

    The sketch of the guy holding the worm just blows me away. Awesome expression and beautiful rendering.

    JJ

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