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    Wow Craig these new ones are looking amazing. You are really stepping it up. Its great to see and really inspiring. Keep it up.

    PS really love those children sketches.
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    yo dude, what up?

    cant wait to see what you do with the girl with the funky knees. new commission piece looks nice, but the bottom of the window doesnt look as realistic as the rest...im sure you know that though, just making sure. g'luck with finishing it. i really like the way you do hair. latest young girl portrait is killer; love the hands, great job. thx for the brushes dude; soooo money. take care, dude.
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    golden locks

    Draw - Thx man. I really appreciate it! I'm enjoying the kid studies as well. They have funky noses.

    purb36 - Thanks! Glad to have the crits and the compliments. Also, I'm glad to hear you like the brushes!

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    I used to try and keep the paper very light, but I couldn't help myself today. I'll have to rescan at some point since there's a big fat scan line reflection going across this. I don't think I have the charcoal out of my system yet. I might do another one tomorrow.

    charcoal and pastel on ink-stained paper
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    Ive allways been a fan, especially of the medical and study stuff. These last portraits are awesome though, i wouldn't mind seeing some more highlights in them, but im not sure what your planning with them.

    rockin stuff man.
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    nice to see another fan of the charcoal...really good stuff here
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    Nice stuff dude. I really liked that picture of the blue jay on the sink
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    Megamau - Thanks for being a fan! Yeah, I did keep them a bit subdued and not simply dark.

    melvin - At least when it's part of a charcoal pencil, I love it.

    Quinster - Thanks Q. Glad you like.

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    Two new art trading cards. These things are small, 2.5 x 3.5

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    locomotive larger than life detail

    jeans larger than life detail

    Thanks for looking!

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    Cool cards, but what are they for? I can't see them being magic cards, but are they for a TCG or what?
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    Blue - the art trading cards are of this sort here --> ACEO Ppl seem to swap em. I just liked the challenge of working sorta small.

    -Craig
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    sp in ops

    just an interesting experiment with that last charcoal - just curious
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    something left-over from an abandoned COW effort (bailed out when I realized I wouldn't have the time
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    sp, oil pastels (never tried them before. I think I like em')
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    -Craig

    (yeah, I need to fix the hair in that sp. it looks like it was cut with bowl and sprayed with water)
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    I love your work. The favorites are an oil painting of a nude girl, drawings from a zoo, 'Golden locks', sketches of birds, the drawing of some girl with short haircut, children. I might add just one thing. I wish some of your work would have been a little more spontanious, impulsive. But it's beautiful anyway, no doubt. By the way, the oil painting of the nude girl is spontanious enough for me .
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    thaks for putting up those brushes.. pretty good work too, i like most of it
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    Great portrait. I like the toned paper sketches as well. Lots of good stuff here. Keep experimenting.
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