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    Amazing! I loved every bit of this(except the naked old men )
    Everything was great, concept,pinups,studies,comic everything...Grats!
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    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1162818173 - cool!

    Love the variety of stuff. Keep working!
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    Great updates lately, mate! The speedpaints are coming on leaps and bounds and the COW entry turned out real nice. Keep it up fella!

    Ta, Nick.

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    MattGamer: Thankyou very much! i have indeed seen the feng dvf (about robots right?) But the main influence on my thumbnailing in the skillful huntsman book by design studio press: go buy it now it is such a wonderful book!

    Bones: thankyou! glad you like em all.

    fooxoo: cheers indeed!

    oishiiniku: hi nick, nice to see you in here, thanks for your comment, i have been having an awful lot of fun lately!

    here are my latest 3 speedies (all 20 mins in pshop).

    Will scan in some sketchbook stuff onight hopefully!
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    a lot of things on the technical side and some anatomy can be improved, but who cares...that just takes time...you definitely have a good eye for costumes and various designs...i LOVE the page of heads you posted recently on the 20th Oct...i am going to use that as a reference when i draw my own chars

    love the set of girls you have painted that you use for your avatar...it's what made me look at your sketchbook.


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    cheers hpslashluvr! nice to get a more in depth crit. I will try and spend more time doing studies in future: i have a tendancy to only want to do fun stuff and overlook spending time doing anatomy studies/ work on my rendering and other such like. Thanks for your kind words! I wouldn't use my crappy page of heads for ref though: check out loomis: it gives you the grounding you need to build heads regardless of the style you want to achieve.

    well heres a big old update (finally found the time to scan)

    most of it is for an abandoned group project, where we were following the example in the skillful huntsman and creating visual material for a brothers grim fairytale (the singing bone). We are leaving it a alone though as a couple of members of our group were not there. We intend to pick a new story and start over.
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    Been enjoying your sketchbook a lot lately mate.

    Might be cool to see more of a duotone style on these digital sketches as per your traditional sketches as well. And since that's an odd sentence, might be nice to see some lighter values sketched in over the digital sketches. And since that's also an odd sentence - keep up the good work dude!
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    cheers mr apathy!! nice to see you back in here
    i will have a play with working back in wiith white on some of my doodles on the next batch mate.

    small update. a 15 min paint and a set of thumbs for this weeks chow:
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    cakeypigdog, it's looks like you've stopped playing the game. you might be one of those few people that, when I look at their art, I don't feel like I'm under attack, but instead that I'm being let in on something good. And I think these are very good.
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    Your stuff is getting really tight. I admire your thumbnails most of all. Keep up the good work.
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    fucking hell jake! there is some suberb stuff in those couple of batches, these two in particular really stand out:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1164134627

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1162818173

    that second one is spot on; could easily see that being the cover of a dark kids book or something- colour, balance tone etc all perfect!
    good work.
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    I saw some of ur stuff at IMAF this year. I am happy I saw the others now. Great works!
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    Cordy: thanks, thats one of the nicest comments i've had in my little book, much obliged!
    Bennett: thankyou very much, i feel like i am inching forward one step at a time, and having lots of fun doing it
    newman: hi stranger!! hope your move goes well this weekend, i sure am going to miss you mate. You have been an absolute inspiration to me over these last few years. stay in touch! thanks for your comments too
    boreworm: glad to see you have made the migration over here: its a great site with a massive variety of amazing art. Have fun!

    ok heres my updates: first consolidated randoms from sketchbook.
    + last weeks chow enrty and thumbs
    + this weeks chow: very early wip.
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