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    It's fuckin hard to post when i have no words left.
    I love your stuff buddy... is just great. I would love to see somehting more then a speed paint... but you can keep at these too - it's lovely.
    Keep em commin'
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    Fellah. - Cheers bud

    Oblio - Thanks man! Here's a painting I spent a bit longer on

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    Is that Darth Vader in the cockpit of the beemer? Dope concept, dude...
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    your style is the sickest
    your brush strokes and textures are relaxing to stare at
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    Damn! you got some super sweet stuff here, i really like how you can see the brush strokes in the robo/knight designs, and the colors all fit together prefectly, what can I say, love all the stuff you got here, the last one is really nice, how much time did you put into that?
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    redehlert- yep

    deez - Thanks man - the way I work is very relaxing actually, whenever I'm stressed with uni or work I just open up Painter and do a speedpaint.

    Gridur - Cheers dude - that one took about 10hours I think - most of that was drawing paths in PS.

    Here's another quick head sketch
    Last edited by AndrewLey; September 24th, 2005 at 01:34 PM.
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    Hey man still lovin your stuff, thanks for the reply in my book On an average how long does it take you to do what you do?
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    Wow. Great designs. Especially the mechanical stuff but armours are fantastic too. I will visit this thread from for inspiration.
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    Insane14 - No prob dude - most of the stuff in here is done in about an hour - the faces take about 30 min

    Farvus - Cheers!!
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    A sketch of a painting Ian McCaig did of Padme. I know its lame redoing art but this was fun

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    Last edited by AndrewLey; May 27th, 2005 at 04:35 PM.
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    Hehe just came in to return the favor m8 - im so tired - drawing all night and all day like a madman. 3 hours sleep...
    And what do i see in here?
    Omg, dude that girls face is truly beautiful! But i prefer your original stuff
    And im not so sure it lame if you do it in such a nice way, its paying respect to art and artist you like. And great practice.
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    ok so after looking at a few McCaig sketches I did this without any ref - the mouth took so long to get right ...so much still to learn *sigh*

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