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I'd sell my ass to be in SF. Unfortunately still in Europe (Austria). Sucks but my girl won't let me go...
my second attempt to get the wacom board under control...
This one is still in progress. Maybe you want to tell me what you think about it...
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There's a real nice varation of styles in your work. Those gorillaz rock! Also love the hatching work on those PS2 game characters. Top Notch
Whooah! Sweet colors man! I really like what you got going on so far...nice mood to it all.
I think youre right about the belly being twisted, although the last one is an improvement, I think his line of action could be more clear.
eg: his crotch/hips could be more in line with his head and torso...
Just suggestions though, I like it otherwise. keep it up.
a couple of environment moods
still workin on that nazi PS-game. (upper characters). Got a couple of new pieces. Hope you like them
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These are awesome! Your work is extremely original and looks so lifelike! Great work, man! Keep posting!
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Man oh man!! Your stuff is so cool!!!!
I think ur girl should let u go to san fran!!
I was at the WS in Berlin and it helped so much!
Keep on posting!
wow man, very cool work dude. cant wait to see more.
wow, i really love some of your line work. keep it up. keep posting ...
Great stuffs, I love your pencilling especially.
I'm going to have a look at ur webby
really really nice work!! excellent sketches
looking forward to seeing more ...
Keep it up!
Wow! great sketches you got here...
Keep us updated
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