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  1. #181
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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...rcoalsmall.jpg - this one s good, has character. Good stuff, keep them coming.
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    max, how the fuck are you? your drawings look good man, i'd say more but i've been drinking and its almost 5:30 in the mornign os i should go to bed, but i wanted to say hi and that your drawings are looking sick. so keep it up, as i know you will. live long adn prosper or something. yea, i dont knwo what to think of that iether. keep it up
    -cburt

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    ya make me belive in the value of the little black sketch book so many yummy pics, i like your landscape studies alot :3

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    haha the inner peace piece is great (peace piece?piece peace?argh)
    Sketchbook

    Sketchbooks of inspiration:
    Marc Taro|Maxetormer|ZhuZhu|Jeri|Dobu]


    Always think about:
    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
    And (self)motivation is still everything.

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    as the past 100 have said and the next 100 will, nice technique man.
    I dig it. the contour with the drawing inside the drawing inside the drawing especially. it's great

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    sith:HYe Im glad you diged my images man, hey your doing pretty well
    on your SKB just keep at it, millage that is the secret, man do I still
    need tons of pratice!!

    OleOlsen: Im glad you have fun waching my develpment thanks for the
    ecouragment

    Sirio_Brozzi: Cool to have ya around mate

    rodrigo!: he he sure I will man, pm if theres any news,
    bw I saved the conversation

    fooxoo: Thanks man, yeah I really liked how the antitude of the model
    came through on the paper

    cburtUUUUDDE Im happy to see you are posting stuff again,
    keep those pencils sharp! thanks for stoping by and hell yeah
    ill live a long and prosper life!!

    Eva: Thanks, and yeah SKB are the best way to really improve on
    ones drawing skills, doing personal work RULES!!

    Carnifex:Im happy to hear you diged it, cuase its gonna become a painting
    or at least a more detalied drawing, time to start to see what I can do
    with my trainging so ill be doing more imagination experiment for sure!
    and a funy picture I just found

    http://www.renderosity.com/photos/Ar...ticle14129.JPG

    -Daddy Smurf-

    digital_robotics: ha ha! thanks for that man, Im not nearly as good tho
    but I really apreciate the vote of confidence, now lets see what the
    next 100 ppl comment

    Hello, well I just got really bumed down cause I got rejected from an editorial,
    I made several ilo tests for them but in the end they did not go for any of
    them, wich really got me depressed, I guess Ill just go try to the next one
    and like that till the end of times, man living like a freelance aint easy...

    So here they are the ilos and some imagination un god and a girl having a nice
    good ol head ache


    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)
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    That's rough man... It's one of the hardest things about this field. We constantly feel like we're not good enough, and then... Well, I'm not trying to kick you while you're down. Just keep plugging away at it, it wasn't a rejection of you, just wasn't what they were looking for.

    You didn't seem as comfortable with the girl and dog as you are with the majority of the stuff you've posted. Do you think this is maybe because the balance of "out of your head" VS "life" drawings is off? I don't think so... I've seen a lot of imaginative stuff from you, and it still seemed to have the vitality of your life drawings. It's really hard sometimes to "switch gears" from one type of thing to another... I don't know. I'm trying to be encouraging, and truthful (as I see it) at the same time, when I know you're feeling a bit down... And I think I might be coming off as an A-hole, so I'm just gonna let it go.

    Keep on doin' it man! I love your work, and it always inspires me to work harder. Take care, and be good.

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    luis mi amigo !
    you are inspiring me in ways you can't imagine!
    when i see your stuff i get envious, angry, depressed and happy at the same time
    you're going places my friend!

    cheers and much love!

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    i know those days man .. hah f um
    dont forget your a superhero )))

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    kingcoyote: yeah I know you dont mean to be harsh, dont worry I mean
    some of the ilos I made for this test werent among my favorite subject matters
    and I guess it shows in some areas, I liked the kid running and the big kid
    with the green robe and the blue dog, but hey I know I cant win em all,
    Im still years away from been the painter I wanna be, and hell yeah the gap
    you talked about sure exists you see by every 20 lifedrawings I make 1
    imaginaton pic looks solid, so I REALLY need heck of alot more practice
    Take care and thanks for the honesty and nice words

    hurricane: Im glad you are inspired by some of my suff ,
    I know I am by the asum work you do man,
    heck I bet I fell even more angry, depressed and happy when I look at
    the awesomeness of you creatures and desings!
    Its good to hear you get somethig out of my doodles
    cheers and KEEP ROCKING bro!!!

    liam.c: I will keep in mid the super hero stuff dude, but dam!!
    then the clients must be like kriptonite

    Ok some more inks and some tentative desing for this week chow

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    Luis my friend, you never stop amazing me! Your streak of rock solid pieces never stop, its inspiring to behold! I like how every page you post has a constant quality. Normally when i do something cool on a page i have some crappy stuff on it as well.

    I noticed something kind of freaky on that last page, there's a few of those thumbnails that looks VERY much like some thumbnails i did a while ago! atleast the way i remember them! Its almost scary!

    No crits from me this time, I just wanna thank you for rocking my socks! If i would have ONE nitpick it would be that the heart on the bottom of the "queen of hearts" piece looks like an upside down spade with that thing coming out of it on top.

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    Thank you for the early birthday present. Man. This is actually incredibly inspiring. I see how my sketchbook should look.
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    Slash: oh dont worry theres plenty of crap but thanks for beeing so
    nice, it makes my heart go all warm and fuzzy, it is funny to read that we
    have kinda the same aproach to silouttes, ill be asum to see yours just
    for comparision, and yeah I would have to agree with you on the heart piece,
    but hey I kinda liked the heart anyways and since theres no harm done...
    Take care and keep rocking that thread out man!!

    Interceptor: Your wellcome man, Im glad you get something out of
    my artistic journey, its been a fun ride so far

    Ok some late nite doodlign SP (my 100 Sp bw) of the day and some
    ink stuff done while waching tv, see ya guys later!!

    Maxetormer 2.-D-Sk-T, CLOSED THREAD (--Time to shed the skin-NEW SKETCHBOOK THREAD--)

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    I see that u made good use of your time in France Nice work, good straight lines, no scribles...what can i say: I LIKE IT!!
    Check put my schetchbook if you please
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=61551

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    Cabron! Love your inks, man! And the color-illos are the shit... stupid editor..that's all... hehe...

    SP's are off tha hook!

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