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    Thanks, Cobi! Yeah Rockwell rules.


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    (oops, didn't see ya post there, guggen) Thanks man!

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    some awesome studies here. the rendering on the still-life is great. and love the complementary color composition in some coloring works. keep up with it.
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    Thanks man I really appreciate the compliment. I haven't been keeping this sketchbook up to date much, mostly because I'm trying my best to do a lot of anatomy sketches. What I'm doing is just copying the same drawings from out of a book or from this great anatomy statue over and over. To clarify, the exact same drawing over and over. It's mind numbing and not very exciting to look at, so I don't bother posting.

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    I have no clue why there are stripes when I use my scanner. Sometimes they're there, sometimes they aren't. I've spent too many hours trying to figure it out, and finally just given up. So I hope you like sketches with stripes in them . heheh. Also wanted to throw in my thunderdome pieces.
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    Colored an Old sketch.... "Queen"

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    I just love the lighting on this man
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    and I love the way in which you carved the forms on this skull
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    the ideas your cooking this days are great sooo....
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    Nice observations on the color balls, the tints and reflective colors or something I forget myself.
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    Lol was skimming through your SB and passed the skeleton painting and thought it was a 3d rendering, went back for a closer look and loved it. Kind of morbid
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    Wow... I have comments! Thanks for your compliments, Max, Pigeonkill and Lunatic. I really appreciate it.

    This first one is a speedpaint landscape. And the second one is all Oils that I call, "Red Cave Gaurdian".

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    Small oils, around 3 inches.
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    eh, nice life drawing and lines... keep posting!
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    small oil plein air 7.5' x 9.5'
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    Here's an old paper mache sculpture I did.

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    Another old paper mache. Loosely based off of one of Brian Froud's goblins.

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    Did this for a dirtbike plate.

    Oils and some acrylic.

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    A study on something blue. Looking to see what this new copyright feature looks like.

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    NIce stuff mate!! Dig the studies!!

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    Study from an old photo. No clue where it came from. The point was to draw from something small, and bad lighting. Well, that's not a great idea.

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    A logo I did for my sister's "Boys and Girls Club".

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    Really sweet stuff in here, thanks for drawing me made my day.
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    Heh, no problem.

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    For C.O.W. ... Titan Razorback
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