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    hey your art students freaking me out....super cool stuff, i hope i archieve that level one day...

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    the snake style


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    Awesome stuff man... expecially love the very last one. geeerreeattt.

    1 question though: Whats up with having 2 threads in the Sb forum? both have the same stuff in aswell??

    Keep it up though.. even if in 2 threads

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    well the truth is i used to only know about the sketches in progress thread and then i found this thread with sketch books and joined, but i couldnt bring myself to delete my other thread.Now that i think about it this thread used to be in a different forum, i think an admin moved it here.

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    Thumbs up

    Welp, there is somethign subtle lurking in your sketches... something I can not define very well... but whatever it is, your some of your sketches have an errie quality of life...

    Great shading... at first your figures were flat and plain (but no less well drawn), as I saw others comment as well... but further down motion became aparent... I am just completly floored by you shading... impressed, but I am such a novice I'd be impressed by alot of things... so I am unsure how much depth my comment holds!

    Anyway good work! Hope to see more...

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    You have some great sketches here, and a real handle on pencil rendering, very nice. What were you using to achieve those splashes of color on some of your earlier drawings?

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    wow thanks "Lostwithacompass"
    you make me want too do more!
    Exile" im using photoshop for that.

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    WOW Amazing stuff! I love your style and there are just so many of your drawings that just made my jaw just drop. Keep up the great work (and post more hehe)!

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    30mins on those!? holy hell man, those would take me forever to draw. These are great, love the style! .. I need to speed up me drawing style

    More!! mooooreeee!!!

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    For some reason, your style reminds me of Fellah.

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    not realy sure who fellah is but ok.

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    did a little bit of portrait study and some made up. added a little color for fun.






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    I really really like your stuff! The style is awesome! The characters are what I would do if I had your talent and sense of anatomy. Nice work!


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    why thank you magicgoo your kind words bring insperation into my life prolonging my efforts and creativity.

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    I was bored the other day and didnt know what to draw so i just started puttin lines down and wound up making this ghetto acropolys.






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    oh and thanks onir

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    more pencil pukes





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    wow these are great!

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    oh thanks buddy

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    Such depth! ALways got that erie quality to it! Great Job! Look foward to much more!

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    hey, very cool stuff you got here!

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    thanks guys

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    cool stuff man..i like the ninja, the chimpanzee, the guy with webs on his hands ..looking at the viewer and the guy with the long ears kneeling..keep them coming..your renderings are great too..

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    thanks bro im realy glad you liked um keep in touch .

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    a few more studies





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    this is character concept in progress based off an old zbrush sculpt i did but never finished.



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    and my final sketch of the summer


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    This is good stuff man, nice work on the renderings. You've got talent with form and mass... my favorites are the top 3 or 4, and the chimp.

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    well thanks spacemunky1117, I appreciate your comments. and sorry about the foul language on my z sculpt thread but I work and dont appreciate when someones tries to discredit my efforts.

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