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    guggenmaneuver- Thanks, hopefully I'll have some more for you to look at soon, have you seen Fredflickstone's/Ron Lemen's goauche work? Simply amazing, I don't know if you've painted with it before but it's actually easier to do something smaller. If you haven't tried them yet bust them out a give it a shot cause they're lots of fun and I'd love to see what you'd do with it.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    I never really know what to say in peoples sketchbooks, but I gotta say your colour figure studies are fantastic.

    cheers.
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    Yay, I really enjoy those color studies! I like the blue that youve got on your nude painting under the chair. Keep on going!

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    Pierre- Thanks, can't do anything else.

    Nutter- missed you the first time , thanks, much appreciated.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    alan, your guache studies just keep blowing me away.

    you've got such a great ability to keep it loose without being sloppy.

    love it!
    Hey dog. . . . did you see the size of that chicken?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by van
    Absolutely wonderful.
    He said it The backstudie has a sweet feel of Giacometti and Freud to it. Sweet stuff going on here dude!
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    Excellent work with the knife, man. I love painting with a knife.
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    Hey Alan,

    Good to see you updating more frequently again. I always enjoy the energy of your gestures and quick paintings. Looks like the more rendered and less stylized stuff is looking better as well.

    Cool stuff! Really digging the textures on that last painting.
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    Prehistoric- thanks dude, that'll be my new motto " Loose but not sloppy"

    Fellah- Thank you, you've just compared me to two of my favorite artists....made my night.

    Van- Yeah meeee too, it's so much fun when it works and if nothing else it's just fun to move the paint around that way.

    Groover McNab- Janu, hey buddy, it's great to be back, I get the posts in when I can, Lovin your new work these days, definitely turned a corner.

    Two portraits from today, the first one I had more time and the second I was just starting to get into.

    Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th

    Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th
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    A couple more-

    the original in oil
    Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th

    one I worked on today in Goauche, not quite done
    Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th

    and one more from today color's off on this one, some color schemes seem to scan better than others.
    Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th
    Last edited by Bojee; September 29th, 2005 at 04:56 PM.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    incredible

    i always love your palletes. they are filled with rich colors and you know just how to use them. are you painting in a sketchbook or on sheets of paper or gessoed cardboard?
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    rollb82- Thanks, I've been doing most of these on a pad of brown craft paper cause there small, the heavier the weight of the paper the better so they won't buckle. Thanks again bro.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Oh, it's always a pleasure for me to look at your street painting. Again effects of air density, noise, sounds of conversations and cars passing by, street lights, cool, damp weather, all of it pure magic how you transfer this on paper. I'm charmed. I'll take them to my collection of art treasures if you don't mind
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