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    ZebzFree - Thank you! huh! That's just what my roommate said. She took one look at that bear and said: "You could sell that!" Ri-i-ight...I'll think about it.

    Carnifex - well, I don't know what they're called, but Hollywood sure likes them as pirate props. (Pirates of the Carribbean, Raiders of the Lost Ark...) imo, they are the cutest! Feet...yeah, I still remember this drawing I did a while ago: I looked at the amorphous blobs I'd stuck on the ends of this poor girl's legs and realized I SUCK at feet! So I started studying. Still am to this day, but I've improved a little! Thanks!

    Kentucky - You would be correct. The fairy was a trifle off of Tinkerbell (just not the hair).

    Hand study today. Drew them on the bus on the way to work. Wish I had a mirror...grrrr...stupid hands...

    Welcome to the Zoo!**Mucha**May 26th**

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    Yea, I know you're going for more than just drawing. But I'll admit it would just be a nice time to sketch. People just don't believe you can do more than one thing at once like that. At least, me, as a boy, can't do things like that as easily. Boys can't multitask... most of us anyhow.

    Nice update! What more can I say? Fluid? Great line quality. Lots of movement. I love the drunk bear. I'd love to have that on a t-shirt. Great work! Just keep the updates comin'!

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    nice update, love the various expressions once more.
    also i like the way you draw your feet. i can NEVER draw feet to look somewhat natural.
    by the small black and white ones,do you mean skull monkeys? or lemurs? thoser are the coolest.
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    Guys don't preen. Peacocks do that. Guys....spruce. Yeah, that's it. Anyway, he looks nice. And the style fits with some of your other drawings. I take that he also is related to this "world" you are creating?

    For the fairy, did you reference Disney's Tinkerbell or Moulin Rouge's (the remake) Green Fairy?

    Your Leia cartooning (?) is coming along nicely. Even without the buns she's becoming more Carrie Fisher.

    My first impression of the Scottish Fold Pony was an English Sheep Dog with a rat tail. Guess impressions can be wrong.

    I really enjoy the rough sketching of Silence Falls doing...something. Don't know what it is, but I like the thought going into making him move.

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    Hands are looking good. I especially like your thinking of bone placement in the top left.

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    Tei.... you know I love your work.. expressions, just brilliant.. it's like I look at your sketchbook and go "damn...I better do this too!!" hehe.. your studies are hot.. Love the little "proud" girl.. beautiful feel to it..

    I got the "atlas of animal anatomy" look into them soooon. Also I think CA had another hick up again.. weird...

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    Kentucky - thanks! I need to practice them more though...lots more....

    bumskee - Well dude, you're inspiring too, so there! Isn't that book wonderful?? *sigh* Of course, it really only goes into four animals, but still!! The detail!! The fabulous detail...why aren't there more books like that for birds and elephants and such?

    Doodles...

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    such nice gestures Tei,.. I don't think I can ever emphasize that enough. The lady's frustration reads really well.. nicely done. I haven't really had the chance to look at the book or study it yet.. but hopefully soon.. hehe, you must be busy with your new work.. hope it's all going good.

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    ohhh i love those little gesture doodles. i'm most fond of the one with her and the child. ingenious!
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    Your character work is fun. It has a lot of movement.

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    Once again, you're sketches bring a small chuckle and smile. I've had that kind of frustration before when trying to open the jar of pickles.

    I also like the fact that the style is completely yours, yet it feels very "manga-ish." Sort of like Osamu Tezuka's style (Astro Boy). Mostly I believe this comes from the first drawing where she is looking down and the way her chin is shaped.

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    Ah, gotta love your sketches. Great expressions here and good character. Never do you cease to astound

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    Time is slip-sliding away on me - sorry! I still try to draw a page a day, but I run out of time to post. Anyway!

    bumskee - thanks dude - it was a fun experiment, both in character exploration and style (I hardly ever do, um, 'well endowed' people...) Work is busy - which is great, monetarily-wise, but not so great posting-wise!

    Carnifex - Thanks! I had in mind all those stereotypical granmamas who love to pinch your cheek!

    van - Thank you!

    Kentucky - always happy to make others happy! Astro boy, eh? I should watch that sometime...

    Quinster - Thanks!

    I'm sure you've all heard by now what happened with Hurricane Katrina. My heartfelt prayers go to all those who have lost their homes in this disaster. New Orleans, you will be built anew, and better than ever!

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    Hmmmm..... Once again you've confounded me on what to crit. All the work you've done is good. Even that...that...lemur-panda-rabbit-thing.

    I have to say that the last two are my favorites so far (on the page) for different reasons. First, the women are beautifully drawn and alluring (course being male might make them that way for me). And the children saying the "Pledge of Alligence" makes me smile.

    I would say that the children bear a very strong resemblence to Calvin and Hobbes with Lilo and Stitch.

    Since people make requests for drawings, I'd like to see you do a Viking teddy bear ripping the stuffing out of another teddy bear.

    Anyway, good work as usual.

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    hehe, hey Tei.. you seem a lot busy, it's a good thing right? love the "picture of America" very disney... the chick with the hat in the middle is awsome..

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