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    Quote Originally Posted by salaryman
    Okay, I think I need to do some more complete character work, full figure shots with a little more finish, I feel the pages of random stuff have become tiring and lacking any substance.

    I also feel I should be tackling more mature themes in my work, something a bit more relevant you know?

    But I also want to draw some cowboys......

    Hopefully I'll update towards the weekend.

    Thanks for your interest guys!
    salaryman! i dont normally write fan mail but man, i love those random pages! do what you wanna do of course but i check them every week and the variety and the characterizations are among the sweetest stuff on the web.

    when i saw your first posts a couple of months ago i thought you were japanese because all the guys looked so local. then you came with that spanish historical stuff and it was still so dead on, i was like wtf?

    whatever you do keep the sketchbook rolling man.

    tensai


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    Quote Originally Posted by tensai
    salaryman! i dont normally write fan mail but man, i love those random pages! do what you wanna do of course but i check them every week and the variety and the characterizations are among the sweetest stuff on the web.

    when i saw your first posts a couple of months ago i thought you were japanese because all the guys looked so local. then you came with that spanish historical stuff and it was still so dead on, i was like wtf?

    whatever you do keep the sketchbook rolling man.

    tensai
    I agree, I'm down with whatever you want to post cause I'd like to see where you'd take it but what's old for you is new for us cause we haven't seen it as much. Even using the same color as the color of the CA page as your background I thought was very innovative. Blah Blah Blah, you get the picture I dig your stuff.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Incredible work in here, lovely line quality ( as been said earlier ) and i love those environments.
    Keep posting man , great work
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    hey great work, just wondering about how you use reference. do you carry a camera around everywhere?

    sketchbook

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    This place keeps blowing my mind!
    I think I´m in love- you have a pure 5 star talent, I bow down and stay there for the rest of my life. Amazing and inspirational work.
    Please, I beg you, keep posting.

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    crazy clothing! man, this stuff is awesome, I want to see some of those sketches bigger though, when theres too many small gorgeous sketches on a page my eyes get confused trying to examine them all
    so post more and post bigger!!
    your costume/clothing design astounds me.

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    give this guy some stars please!!!
    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Damn. Everything here is awesome! Great work.

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    besides everything bein pure eye candy you might start to save your pics as jpgs instead of bmps...it's taking forever to load...
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    great stuff mr. salaryman. I like it a lot. Keep posting my friend.
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    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
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    More, more , more...more, more, more...........more, more, more.....



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    goo

    i love the confused robots wow !!!..all the other stuff too ....
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    I really like your work, nice technique and great sense of design. Please keep updating!

    I must confess that i love the shoes of your charaters

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    i pretty much agree on what every one has said!

    great style, very comicesc, in a kickass way

    cheers and keep on updating!

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    Wow

    I can't believe the range of subjects you have done. Where do you look for reference. Your victorian concepts and well detailed. Keep it up. Love what you've been doing.

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