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    love those BMW works. you sure it's not 3d render?? made me wonder for a while. Looks awsome.

    Also saw the evil emperor one at cgtalk.com daily sketch. Your brush work is top stuff!!.

    beautiful works. awsome. nothing to crit, speechless really..

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    Throwin' Bones !!!!!

    Powerful thread here with lots o variety love the sensitive female faces the little thumbnail figure and the slick Bimmer mechs
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    Damn. great stuff dude. I especially like the 3D knight. I think I remember seeing it on CGTalk. I love it.
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    Kool thanks, I have loads of pencils but they don't seem to like me or I them. I guess I just need to get use to the feel of them.... I'm so use to pen.

    Once again thanks, Later
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    Alright m'lad? That last picture and the female faces are ace. If I had to give some criticism, I'd suggest that you look at your highlights and palette. The former (especially on the knight pics) are a bit too matt, the latter needs more variety and punch. To me, your colours are a bit grey. There are of course superb exceptions to this rule, it's just an overall feeling.

    I hope this wasn't too harsh

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    Catching my child voice at the age of 5: "Boah!"

    Well, dope stuff!

    Perhabs i didn´t read it but how did you that BMW Monster Machine thingy?
    Is it just vector-graphic or something 3d?

    A really pleasure for my eyes... especially the third female knight artwork !



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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewLey
    Andrew Ley Sketches
    My god... sorry for 'quoting' the image, but it's much quicker than explaining, plus I simply can't get enough of this picture. I don't know if it was intentional, but the sadness (longing, perhaps?) in her expression is simply astounding and absolutely captivating. Hats off to you.

    Now, if only she had hair
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    I agree, beautiful face, very sensitive, and you said that one was out of your head too, right?
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    I'm in awe with your talent. I really like the way you choose your colors. Not a lot, but ones that are chosen convey so much in your artwork. I especially like the guy with his mouth wide open.....AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!

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    BEUTIFUL, as always
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    Thanks for all the C&C guys - very helpful.

    Not been doing much sketchin as I had to hand in my student film this week.

    Anyway here's this weeks C.O.W. entry
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    Very good! You have a good style, keep using it. Alot of very powerful, haunting images. I like it.
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    Wow , really cool stuff man. I wanna have a beemer like that!!
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