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I haven't seen you for a long time.
ummmm~ i'm sorry
my homepage is long overdue
because very busy...
but, open next week!
this work is rocket docking sled..hehe...for battle.
camouflage color of white..:fruit:
Last edited by dodowa; February 10th, 2003 at 04:40 PM.
Your style is awesome dodowa...I love love love your pieces. Both of these are phenomenal...so you really only work with the oil pastel?...how do you achieve those textures?...great work man. Keep em coming...your stuff is great! I can't wait for the website.
I can't wait for your site also. I love the main page.
Would love to see that Walker animated. That's quite a sled.
I can`t wait to see your site....AWESOME
and I like intro images!
Shocking as usual dodowa. When are you going to tell us ur web address?
Awesome stuff as always dodowa! Can's wait for that site! please inform us when its up!
There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
No one complains about life drawing,
so take a photo.
its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
That's just great. I love your work.
real pretty stuff. i'm always impressed when someone paints a picture in snow, just seems insanely hard to me
MindCandyMan : i'm sorry! my reply late...
main tool is smeary bristle spray(painter7)
texture making-photoshop layer option(overlay)
...sorry, my poor english
Nekokaiju , Loga4, mushuhaha, brokencow , iwasink , littlejohn:
thanks! :chug: sorry, Please wait for a moment...next week.
davi: thanks your comment
powerfull style, it really pushes.
keep on truck'n
im still waiting
very cool pictures!
Oh my god, show me some more!!!!
Wow awesome stuffs.
Look at the strokes! Absolutely beautiful.
"Live each day as if it was your last day, and you will find each day worth living for."
Oh boy, more great work Dodowa! awesome!
Can't wait till your site goes up
really awesome texture and excecution! tutorials please!!!
Wow, I can't wait to see your web site!!! This is great stuff. I LOVE the utter "sloppiness/roughness" of each brushstroke (2nd image) yet the way it all ties together as an image is brilliant. The lighting feels so REAL, making it so convincing. The greenish-grey tones in the upper left corner area are subtle but really add so much!!!