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    Always insipring work man I really dig your loose expressive lines really adds so much character.
    any way have a good one man
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    Hey !!. Excellent excellent line work and figures. Impressive indeed !

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    sexy sketchbook i will subscribe.

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    Lovely sketches mate, the expression in your lines is great! I love the dog sketches

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    Woah, cool stuff here. Very inspiring! Thanks!
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    Inspiring stuff.

    Loving the hulking armored-robot types, costumes, creatures, expressive characters, bird's + bug's eye perspectives, enviros, post-apocalyptic wanderings, architectural interests, dog and dinosaur types, and pretty much anything else I didn't mention. Great work, as per the way of your persistently energetic focus.

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    great stuff. thanking above poster for upping this

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    I love your quick sketches, the gestures are so on point!

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    kickass uppdate. i really appreciate your critiques btw, doesn´t matter which thread i read them in, i always get some new insights from yours.

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    good sketches here , like the dog sketches specially , for the other stuff I suggest more volume study

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    happy new year bro!
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    This guy is awesome! ~~> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...3&d=1259439057
    Great update as always, i want to see some more "tribal" robots from you in the future, those guys are great!

    Happy new years as well man, here's to breaking down all artistic barriers!

    Adios!

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    Ive seen your name and avatar alot but only when you have comment others SB, so finally I checked out yours..And im happy I did, nice work and damn you covered alot of pages

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    Wonderful output, and so much of it! Love the design of the mechanical creatures/armors and the just force of your lines.

    & yeah, I'm dropping off from time to time due to internet lazyness, hopefully I can keep it up this time around :/

    lots of love, and a happy new year!
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    your posting it cuz' you want critique on it ^^

    The slug looks really nice , could use more stickiness and shine factor , to ad more of that sluggishness to it , if you know what i mean , hmmm and the tail could use a little bit of perspective , guess if you will go for color you can add more disgusting sensation ... so that's good.

    cheers

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    Update bro? Missing you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Man View Post
    Update bro? Missing you!
    Damn straight. More Bego plz!
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    Agreed! I want another update in time for my birthday please!

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    Hi Ryan! very very good! I love the sketches in post #2726
    I can see you understand perspective and how to give weight to the figures, they are firmly on the ground and this is not so obvious, good!
    Don't esitate on female figure try to keep a fluency sign like in your others drawings!

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    Those last pencil batches are too sexy!
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    The dogs movement really comes across, but I agree that your model sketches lack that movement. Maybe you were concentrating too much on prportion etc and didn't let your hand wander free at times?
    Overall, very nice stuff though!

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    Hey Gnoll, still hanging there? Can't wait for the next update

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    Everybody is waiting mate Haha, hope all is well!
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    He's right!

    I just had a request: I made a comic recently, and you being really into that shit, could ya give it a look? I'll put it up as soon as I finish it!

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    Come on man, even I have updated my thread..

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    Wow man this is GREAT!! The stuff you do has so much life to it, something to admire

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    Wow, it's been a long time since I've seen this SB. Looks great, love those drawings, man. You're doing a terrific job handling several figures, I've been trying to get good results as that too, so it's nice to see that I'm not the only one that keeps fighting that old fight. Your inkwork is beyond my reach to critique, it looks superb.

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    @B-Man x3: thanks so much for the support man, its really appreciated! that kinda dog is practically a greyhound so yeah, really fast.Best wishes for a happy new year from me too (altho a bit late! )

    @Hive_minD x2: thanks man! always cool to see you stop by!

    @walnut : thanks man! yeah i really lose my confidence while doing life drawing, and that means stale sketches.And yes, the solution would be "draw from life more often"

    @shidoken: bubbly and free sounds great! thanks!

    @jakers: thanks you for stopping by as usual man!

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    @Tom van der Linden x3: thanks man! haha yeah i really am into that shit sure, send 'em when you're done!

    @krel: glad to hear that!

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    @Moai: hehe merry christmas and best wishes for the new year too !(laaaaaate )

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    @AustenFM x2: thanks man! hope i made it on time glad you liked the tribal-bots, will def do some more.

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    @p sage: damn right hehe sorry for the absence

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    right-
    THANK YOU all so much for the support, its always a pleasure to read your replies in here and i am really sorry for the long absence, but i think its well justified.

    Lots of things have happened since the year started...
    I started the year with a blast by visiting Amsterdam with some non-art friends- had a reeeeally great time, saw plenty of stuff, walked on the frozen canals, saw the Van Gogh museum and plenty of other stuff and overall Ican't wait to go back.
    In january i started school again, and we started focusin on inking.
    Its really interesting stuff (altho unfortunately the majority of it goes unnoticed by the casual observer), but for now most of the exercises are really "mechanical" so i don't have much pretty stuff to show for now (me trying to draw straight lines with a brush by filling a page with 'em doesn't really give entertaining results).

    I managed to find a couple of art related odd jobs here and there that i can't show yet, the most interesting one beign a pre-visualization work for Nike Italy(!) (yeah, nike, how awesome is that ).
    I'm still working on it so i got nothing to show about that either (storyboard-like stuff anyway).

    A couple of days ago i came back from the Angouleme BD festival, one of europe's biggest comic conventions.I'm a big fan on french bande dessine', so it was a great opportunity to give a closer look to that business, meet a hell of a lot of people (i TOUCHED Moebius, can you believed it?! i even showed my work to Bobby Chiu and Stephen Silver!) and got some interesting things moving.

    In the meantime i also managed to do a lot of reading (books and comics), which is always awesome

    I drew a lot but i really cannot be bother to scan all the random doodles and sketches (it isn't even really worth anyway) so sorry if this is not a massive update

    These are a couple of weeks old already, so i already see soooo many mistakes , but i'll try and correct the ones in the Bego story.

    These are some pages from a pitch for a comic (colors by Giusy Gallizia)

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    This is just a WIP from the next Bego (almost done^^)

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    i'll try and upload some sketches in the following weeks.

    ciao!
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