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    soooooooooo goooooooooooodddddddd *dizzy*

    i was reallly happy to meet you too. its so great to be able to put a person with a name, and a cool person at that!

    now you've given us a little taste....if you don't keep appeasing us at semi-regular intervals, we'll become an angry mob soon enough! beware!
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    Beautiful gestures Emily.... next time for sure.
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    hurricane, thanks, I’m glad you like them! Thanks for stopping by!
    pvpham, hey thanks for the comments! Nupastel is just a particular brand of pastel you can buy.
    steak-tron, thank you very much, sir. “Chisel” is such a great way to describe it—sometimes I feel like I’m sculpting with the chalk.
    chaotic logic, thanks so much and thanks for looking!
    jetpack42, oh no, what have I done? I don’t want any angry mobs! Hehe, hopefully sf will not be the last time we meet.
    bojee, thanks for taking a look at my little thread. Maybe one day I can have a thread like yours.

    Ok, here’s a few little things.
    This is something I did for fun in a more children’s book style.
    It’s really small, only about 4” x 4”--you can see the weave of the canvas.
    oil on canvas
    Attachment 754148

    Here’s some figure drawings from the portfolio.
    nupastel on newsprint
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    nupastel on newsprint
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    Here’s some sketchbook pages—random people sketched from life.
    mechanical pencil
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    mechanical pencil
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    Hey Emily! Didn't I work with you at Waterford? Great stuff here, I love your figurative work and it reminded me of BYU illustration...then that Dragon I think I remember before I left.

    Keep up the great work! Post more!
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    Love the way you draw your outline down,very much the approach i like to do myself..

    those life drawings r schtunning!,yesh dey are..

    ..Jace
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    Wow, those two little random life sketches certainly show off your knowledge of the human form. Gorgeous stuff! Hehe, the canvas texture on the little dragon makes it almost look like a needlepoint or something. Cute.
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    Hi, Emily!

    Glad to see you still updating. I ran across this thread a while ago, really enjoyed your figure drawings!

    It appears that you are still working hard on those, and doing very well at the, might I add!

    I agree with fukifino, ''those two little random life sketches certainly show off your knowledge of the human form.''

    Awesome updates since my last visit! I'm looking forward to some more!

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    These are wonderful; there's so much weight, expression, and motion. With the thought and care that you put in your commentary (open, intelligent discourse in the lounge and upbeat honesty in your crits), I have been almost desperate to see some of your work. I was, in fact getting ready to pm you with a request. Thank you for posting these, they are quite inspiring.

    Wow, I sure sound like a suck-up (hopefully it will contrast with my normal smack-down, adding weight).
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    Oh my goodness, can't believe I haven't replied after that last update! Those life sketches are awesome, and that dragon couldn't possibly get any cuter.
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    Wonderful sketches and awesome gestures!
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    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."
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    Nixon, yep that was me. I did that dragon for Halloween.
    Rusty, thank you very much. I try really hard to make my outlines nice.
    fukifino, that makes me very happy to hear you say that about my little life sketches. The needlepoint comparison is very apt.
    IanE, well obviously I didn't keep up with the updating, heh. Hopefully I can do better.
    dogfood, thank you, your comments really mean a lot to me. Thanks so much for all you add to the boards.
    Groover, thanks for the comments. Maybe I can make more updates for you to reply to.
    I.was.ink, thanks for stopping by. I much appreciate it.

    Goodness, I'm embarrassed that it's been so long since I last posted.
    In an attempt to remedy that, here are some drawings from day 1 in Prague:

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    More to come!
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    Emily! Looking at these brings me back to Prague for sure... me and Hurricane were actually talking about your super-lifedrawing-skills last weekend You were and are an inspiration! Hope I'll catch ya on the next workshop as well.

    peace

    d-C
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    Hey there! It was cool meeting you, and watching you work in prague! I really like your sketches here, even tho they look so much cooler in real life! And i agree with groover, that dragon is so sweet it makes my teeth hurt!

    And in the words of the wise dCepT:
    Hope I'll catch ya on the next workshop as well.

    take care!
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