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    These are very interesting, the first one is really very creepy witht he demon thing behind you and the almost calm way he's cutting (your?) throat. it seems like the man in the painting is so beat from the stress that he's almost too tired to struggle against the demons. i enjoy your style very much

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    Great works! I really like the Feet and Hands in the last painting...


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    wow very nice works !!!!

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    the colors and the painting technique depicts the moods so well

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    you should be sent back to the renaissance !

    this is great work my friend! my cup of tea! your pencil work is amazing, i though it was charcoal at first!

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    I could swear that I've seen the first one before somewhere...

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    Really nice..

    Is it just me, or is the guy's left forearm shorter than his right? In the first picture.

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    hi painterilya

    i suggest you might want to take a look at Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio's Judith Beheading Holofernes

    might give you some ideas... i think you should refine the strokes alittle more, the skull guy cutting the throat is alittle vague..

    cheers, love the traditional aspect of it, and the execution, one can always improve


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