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    Holly Shit!!
    This stuff is so awsome!!! holy shit!! holy holy
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    Wow. Another great update. Keep posting.
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    great life studies, what medium did you use for those first three? it looks like some kind of ink wash, but you've done something to it
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    I sketched them with a hard pencil, than first used some candlewax to define the highlight areas, where no e.g. ink would stay. Than I used watery ink and a liquid black shoepolish to bring in shadows. some drops may stayes on the wax- but I liked the sketchy look...
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    How can somebody not like this?!!!!
    great work!!
    Happy new year!!
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    yeah! great style, great pencil skills.


    only crit: in the last pic of your first post ("death") the anatomy and pose look kinda wierd. dunno exactly why, but the pose looks unnatural for me.
    other than that, nice work!
    keep it up!
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    Awesome stuff man. I really liked those gorillaz-esque designs 3rd from the top...reminds me of Hewlitt but with your own twist.
    checked out your site, and that Nihilism comic made me laugh! great work.
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    is that watercolor?? Wow very nice.. I like the one where the guy is laying down.. The perspective and lighting is right on target...
    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    hey-spitzensachen alles zusammen.
    tolle linien,farben und überhaupt-tolles sketchbook.
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    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
    And (self)motivation is still everything.
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    still waitin'

    Most of these are traditional techniques (watercolour, ink...) Can't wait to cet one of those wacom screens to draw on and jump into painter. Can't really handle the conventional wacom board...
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    @skip

    yeah, I was looking at Hewlett when I was doing the Gorilla thing. The client asked me to do so. It is a great one to refer to.
    Nice you liked the comic!
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    Hi
    Can only repeat what everyone else is saying - great sketches - looking forwards to seeing more
    "The reason why truth is so much stranger than fiction is that there is no requirement for it to be consistent."-Mark Twain

    gone.
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    5 stars is not enough for you!
    Loving these sketches to bits
    Please, post more!
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