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Very creative man. I love the lighting your able to capture
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you evil man.i have to watch you now.
the very first pic of this thread blew me away already. glowy eyes yeah,but not like everyone else would do them.
Of an artist! The experimentation with anatomy and twisting...hell, duffing the rules of anatomy ...is inspired. It's always a joy to see an update on this thread. Keep em coming, and we'll keep droolin.
wow man! lotso neato stuff here. especially like the highlights on the first helmet-guy. good going! keep it up!
Hehe, atleast we like it when you update
Seriously, great work, always nice to see when you do your thing with the highlights in your paintings.
Hey thanks all. Here's a seriously quick one. Spending longer posting it than I worked on it
Holy crap, I love the flying creature. Can't wait to see this sketchbook full.
Man, that last one is tew kewl!
I like your stuff very much. /me is jealous.
When the first time I saw the flying red thing on some COW topic it instantly amazed me. It has something really beautiful. Your coloring skills are quite hc. Also the last one (quick phuh...?) has very pretty brush work.
you must keep this thread up and alive!
Freaky stuff Dougbot. Love it! Especially the creature up in the clouds.
Quick sketch for a cgtalk challenge:
That's a great piece, but it's slightly more 'aesthetically confusing' than your previous pieces.
Krakken fighting a dude?
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