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    delicious first post

    alright. I just found this place. so im trying it out to see if its any good. heres some stuff.

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    thats it for now...the ones at the top are more recent...my wifey lala colored the 6th one down. you can see our website here> www.softdelicious.com

    ENJOY.

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    sweet stuff, really strange and unique, but i like it alot. it sort of reminds me of john john jesse's work. the 5th one is my favorite. hope you post some more.

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    You do a lot of drugs, don't you.

    As for critique, I do like how your details work the whole picture. As disturbing as it all is.

    I'd like you to post more work of same technique, but with a different theme.

    "It had become clear, that no talking could solve the situation." -Viikate
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    Love this stuff. Nicely bizarre! Reminds me a little of Crepax's work.

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    Yutani- most of the people I draw are sexless, also I happen to think alot of strange things are delicious.
    Flex- thanks, maybe I will post more :0
    Astromidas- actually, no, Ive never done drugs in my life. And what other themes would you suggest? fruit bowls?
    Poshspice- have no idea who crepax is, link please?

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    Guido Crepax was an Italian comic strip artist who I think died last year. A big name in Italy. There is a website: http://www.crepax.it/ But there's not a lot on it.

    Your website's cool! Great design!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poshspice
    Guido Crepax was an Italian comic strip artist who I think died last year. A big name in Italy. There is a website: http://www.crepax.it/ But there's not a lot on it.

    Your website's cool! Great design!


    aw man why did he have to die, hes pretty cool :0

    PS thanks, me and the wifey are fond of vegetables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fufufu
    And what other themes would you suggest? fruit bowls?
    Hah, no fruit bowls. But your technique lends itself perfectly for portraying broken dreams (amputees with scissor-tats, secret pockets and poison tea cups...) and submission to despair; what I would like to draw if I possessed your skills would be images of not-so-apparent pain and disability and what your hard and cold tech would make something else look like. I would like to see how you draw a train, or a café, or a business-man.

    Please don't take this wrong; I don't mean to give you tasks. I am only curious of your world and would like to lend your eyes if I could. So I'm not asking you to actually draw all that, I only wrote that to clarify how it seems to me your first posted pics are of a narrow slice of the world. But then: it's your world and I'm sorry to intrude but it is just fascinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astromidas
    But your technique lends itself perfectly for portraying broken dreams (amputees with scissor-tats, secret pockets and poison tea cups...) and submission to despair.

    what I try to portray in my art is not despair and broken dreams, come on, im not that goth. I try to show that sometimes things that are bad or considered ugly can be beautiful, positive, and full of emotion. everything is beautiful in its own way, you just have to look at things diffrently.

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