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    some are better some are worse.... but some are incredible!! You have outstanding imagination! Like that!

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    well thank you

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    garbage (MANNN!)

    another character for the game. I though it would be cool if one of the main character was a garbageman, ya know instead alot of alot the lame visual representation of heros seen in most games today.


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    Great stuff, I really like the detail you put into the anatomy of the creatures.
    I like the background inthis one. What did you do it with?

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    you got them purty lips, boy
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    Well basicaly when I draw I get smudges all over soo when I go into photoshop I basicaly play with the rgb and color channels and then yay!

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    thanks buddy feeling soo down today dont know whats up.

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    Hiya Robert
    You have a fantastic handle on anatomy, though once in a while your guys will get a little stout in the torso. I especially enjoy your exploration of muscle structure & anatomy in your creatures. Like the one sticking to the wall, they become so believable I just wanna hug 'um!.... then wipe myself off. Maybe I'm a sucker for anything that looks amphibious : p

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    thanks yumiko I love your work too especialy the modeling pics

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    haha, those are awesome
    Nice feeling of weight in the folds of skin. Not sure what's going on with the right hand/arm (?) in the top one though...

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    doing some render tests.

    Last edited by Robert.B; April 30th, 2008 at 07:29 AM.
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    Hey Robert!! Great new stuff.. good luck on Friday!

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    thanks cobi !

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    a lot of great work

    a lot of great work on here man. I love your poses, they are very dynamic and sometimes unexpected. You're line weight is also great. I'll definitely keep watching your sketchbook.

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    thanks buddy

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    I wish my note time doodles turned out that good.





    And not on lined paper.

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    nice shoulders and torso.. they look very tight, well structured. really enjoy the way you handle clothing and stuff, great imagination! keep up the work!

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    Wow, can't believe i never peeked in here. nice action in those poses, like your monsters a lot too !

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    This last one of yours! The energy in it is wounderful and the lines are really cool!

    You should be drunk more often?

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    hahahaaha cheers

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    man im loving this, very fresh. Love the creature designs espescially the kind of "blind" ones ! Man I can feel them breathing down my nek, cant wait for more man, vewy nice !

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    thanks bro.

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    random sketch


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    Oh my ... , your work rox. i love your strange creets!!

    Especially this one!!


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    thanks bro

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    Wow, you just inspired me! Asspat to you! Do you ever do any traditional coloring, or inking?

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    not as often as i should

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    hey noshadow, that last drawing(called random sketch) has to be the best, great level of detail in all of the drawings too. Keep it up!

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    Damn. I also wish you replied 1-2 hours, on how long it took you to do one of these "sketches" instead of 30 min. You got me all green with envy dude...
    i just gotta work harder!

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