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    Damn yip, I dont know wether to be more impressed by your artwork or your last post

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    :shocked:

    Holy Geebus shit Yipper.

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    :mumble: Dammit I've bee hornswaggeled!!

    I thought the work looked different. Thanks for clueing me in everybody!!!

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    We now return you to Bullit already in progress...
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    Love your unique style. I could easily see it translated to some cool animation, like Samurai Jack. Keep postin'!

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    not bad, i like the matrix red head chick a lot.
    you can definitely draw.
    but you can do better.
    you still need to loosen up. not that
    the drawings are dead, but some of it seems overworked.
    like the fat man. he looks happy but he doesn't feel happy.
    how to make him feel happy. i have no idea.
    but if you can do that, you'd be that much better.
    the drawings of the buildings are pretty good.
    i get a sense of the mood, the only thing that throws it off
    is that the buildings look cute.
    i don't get a sense of despair that i think you are trying to convey. i dunno, unless you're going for a childrens book thing.
    the punk getting arrested:
    it's a good drawing but the graphic appoarch doesn't work with the subject matter. it's too clean, it needs to be more messy. there's too much red. it might have worked better if just the blood was red. the punk seems indifferent to the whole situation and the cops don't intimadate him they don't blend into the background either. they just seem to be there.
    it might work better if the cops presence was just shadows of them. that way, you get a sense of doom that will come to the punk.
    i'm not knocking your drawing ability. what i would like to see
    is some of these characters interacting (instead of these pinup poster pieces) so that the audience can get a sense of connection with the work and what you want to REALLY say.

    i hope that my need for comments doesn't discourage you from posting more or make you think that i'm an asshole. you have a uniquie style that you should continue to develop, and i don't really know what i'm talking about.

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