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Oh shit! Stokey crazy MOFO! Looking good kid! Looking good, keep them coming.
xia, you work with this guy too??? hes gooooooooooooodddd
Yes! Too many good kids are working with us.
Pretty soon I will have to quit 'cuz these kids are getting too good.
wtf, where is this guy when sketch night is going down?
edit: oh yeah, awesome to have you posting bro! post some of your environment prop thingy doodles they're pretty sweet too.
keep it up sucka!
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This is damn nice stuff, Stokes. It feels very confident and you have a really tasty style on display. Impressive.
Ahh, this is gonna be a great sketchbook, well, it already is.... but keep updating, I'm loving it.
ok last post by you was today at 130 am .. get back to work and give more sketches please haha been 3 damn miniuts allreddy !
great stuff. i love the movement in all your poses. your anatomy is amazing. keep it up!
Welcome to the battle!!!
GREAT ASS STUFF!!!
MY ONLY CRIT IS THAT YOUR MARKER WORK GETS SPOTTY AT TIMES AND STARTS TO CREATE AN OVERALL PATTERN THAT TAKES AWAY FROM THE FORM.
This one is easy for me to spot --- overworks areas of my last couple of Tre Grazie figure comp post. I have to really try to be selection of light side, dark side or yin yang as I like to think of it.
Share the thrill :::: you know the drill
PUMP UP THIS FORUM --- I CAN TAKE THE CRITS
JUST MAKE SURE I DON'T KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE!!!!!
I love your stuff and you have a very nice loose style in your drawing. My favourite pieces are the two warrior figures on the first page.
Good call mentler. Im still getting used to sketching in the form with markers and leaving enough space empty for highlights. Thanks for the crit
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