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    That Otter is hilarious. I love him. Do some more human/animal crossovers please.
    They're so funny.

    Keep you lines and strokes easy, loose and sketchy.
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    Dizon; big thanks for your long comment ( the client did his changes too)
    karantina: thanks for your visit and hope you 'll like more characters

    Hai: okay dude
    shockowaffel: really ? didn't thaught it was so funny anyway he can take many appearance so , i guess i will do more.

    some inking
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    Your tree idea is really nice and your linework is coming on really nicely in the comic nice update keep it up!
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    Dude, your comics are HOT! =) Obiwan has some serious style =) Lol =) Your last panels are really nice imho =)
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    Angel Intheuk: thanksyou angel
    Kungfoowiz: thanks for your nice words, don't hesitate to shred it


    a little fast sketch of a panda-bear-weird animal
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    exercice: draw a tree/plant then do a creature out of it

    it isn't really weird/fantastic creature, i wanted something quite 'normal'
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    really like your work, your traditional a bit more then digital at this point. but your digitals are getting along nicely!

    It is great to see how much you improved since the first pages as well.
    Please, excuse me for the possible errors in my English.

    Sketchbook
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    Steeliebob: thanks for your feedback i'm surprised (and pleased) i'm more traditional more than digital. feel more old school like that (wich is false of course)


    ssg week study: absolutely not finished, but have to post

    include as many colors as you could
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    Drawing's looking good man, last one are you going to include butterflies? Would be nice to see some animals/insects in your picture, they can be a nice complement =)
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    Kungfoowiz : thanks for your feedback good suggestion for the colorful picture will take it (if i finish it )

    a panel for a short comic (READ FROM RIGHT TO LEFT)
    i think of leaving it like these (no more cleaning/inking)
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    more panels

    read from right to left
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    Gah! Such cool work...total badassery. ^_^
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    You're really getting it done, man! Fine work.

    The major suggestion I would have would be to take some stabs at broadening your style.
    Don't be afraid to experiment with your inking technique, say, adding blocks of black to help
    anchor the image, or try different line weights, or more expressive marks.

    It would be great to see some paintings or fully rendered images without black 'comic book'
    outlines. For example, that coloring you did of the girl wearing the blue greatcoat: That
    would have made a great painting.

    On the comics, great work, especially that last one.

    As I think Dizon pointed out, though, you should keep working on your composition, and tech-
    niques to separate the foreground from the background.

    Aside from different line weights or levels of detail, try using value contrast. Break the comp-
    osition into different blocks of light and dark. In fact, doing some value composition thumbnails
    or some color study thumbnails, would be a really good idea.

    Keep it up!
    sketchbook...a kitten dies every time you don't comment

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    the imagination is taxed to its utmost – and will
    produce its richest ideas. Given total freedom,
    the work is likely to sprawl.”

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