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    These are really nice -done from life?
    Someone will probably get on you for not posting them in the Life-Drawing section ...but these are looking really good, and simulate traditional media really well (i don't know if that was intentional or not)

    Really like the first one best..it seems to have the most depth and bold use of brush strokes. Keep posting...I like em

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    awesome. the third id really like to see in a blue monochrome with yellow subway lighting (uhh.. ok thatd defeat the purpose of monochrome but bear with me). very emotive, very well executed

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    Thanks Loomer, and yes it was my intention to get them as close to traditional media as possible (why not use traditional media then?...well I like the freedom and cleanliness that painter and a wacom brings).

    Stoph...thanks for your thoughts...I like the thoughts of a painting lit with subway lighting I may look into that.

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    Quite a delicious style. The 3rd one is very much lacking in comparison to the other two tho. The first is very nice, and bizarre to look at even.

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