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    Have a bit of time to work on stuff today, so I figured I'd post a WIP, working from some of those earlier sketches.

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    A bit more work done on this guy
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    A little more headway. Wish I had more time to be working on this.
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    wooow .. ur sketchbook is just .. , man ... how do u draw ?! the houses and the paintings , amazing XD .. its clear that u r so so talented . how long have been drawing untel now ?

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    Hi Mukkled, thanks for the compliments. As to your question, well, I've been drawing for as long as I can remember, so, seeing as I'm 29 years old I'd say I've been drawing for at least 26 years. That's kind of a cheep answer, because a preschooler's doodles are probably not what you had in mind, but that's how long I've been drawing for and I don't know how else to answer that particular question.

    It wasn't until late Middle School that I took any type of art classes; I ended up pissing off my band teacher enough to get kicked out of his class in 8th grade and still needed extracurricular credits so I switched to art right before going into high school. High school art classes didn't really teach a whole lot, even when I was taking AP, however the teacher did a good job of getting me interested in pursuing art, which was probably important. From there I did one year of community college to get some figure drawing experience so I could get accepted to a major art school (I wasn't going to settle for a McDiploma). I'd say that I probably learned the most while a student there. Graduated in late '07 (winter term) and started on my career. Haven't had the greatest career in the world, but I suppose that's life.
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    Needed a bit of tweeking

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    Great job on perspective and marker sketching! Keep it up, thanks for sharing. Waiting to see more!

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