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    great job on that environment very good work on the sky and the texture of the mountain.


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    Seriously cat, you ask me what the fuck is going on???
    Fuck it, Gnoll. Where the fuck is that C´thullu Pic? ?? Fer real man.
    I mean your work is like gravity and so´s your politness. Both generates a lot of traffic and well earnedd 2. Kudos. But what happened to that piece? I couldn´t read all comments but I am sure I haven´t seen it again. That was gosh wowing.

    Awright. I need to gonna prowl the others. Later.
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    Great sketchbook man, I am blown away by the variety of your creature designs and the extreme poses of your characters. After seeing so far, you have improve quite a lot, and your last environment is very impressing. The textures of the rock and the sky are quite something, as well as how you handle the lava. I still see you struggling with anatomy, but you have gotten better at it. Keep practicing and keep posting!
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    azz Hellsgate mi piace parecchio, forse un pò di contrasto in più avrebbe giovato...ma cmq cool!!
    Thor has an egg head, with a skull like this I think that could have also difficulty to tie the shoes

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    That Thor is clutch. Tight, tight linework my friend. I love your pencil work more and more with each post! YEAAAARRHH!!
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    @bradley: thanks man...lol yeah you're right, slain needs a MUCH bigger axe.Actually my problem was i ran out of space on the sheet of paper hehe...i'll try n give him a bigger axe next time

    @Fellah.:YAY! Slain is indeed a cool character...i just love the way Simon Bisley paints him.Glad ya liked it, Simon

    @Wasker: thanks man, nice to see you here! there's lots to work on enviroments, but i'll keep practicing

    @OldNoobie: thanks Lee see? that was some color hehe

    @bbwolf: hey there wolf hehe thanks...i'm afraid i stopped working on the chtulhu pic 5 SB pages ago hehehe...still not ready for something like that...but who knows, i might try again sometime

    @armaldon: thanks! hehe its a non stop run for progress, i guess.I'll try n keep up

    @Dreamworker: grazie Paolo! hehe in effetti ora che ci guardo hai ragione, Thor non sembra normodotato cerebralmente hehehe

    @Piranha Clan: thanks man!

    k guys, not much.Some weird post-party sketches (messin' around with markers) and a very crappy enviro doodle (worked very small)

    ciao!

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    hey man, those marker pages are really interesting, its amazing how the patterns and stuff can add a lot. the last one is cool, i like the fishman with the top hat.

    congrats on page 25 too man, thats epic!

    actually i think you should do some studies with really strong directional light, and spend a while on them, take your time and get the values right.
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    ahhhh the warm gray marker pens work really great on those pages!

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    hoi Gnoll

    nice going with the markers there. I very much like the guy who kinda reminds me *cough* of mister hyde of the LXG. Just that he ended up with a Gremlin head. (when are they gonna make a remake of THAT???) Cool stuff.

    IMHO you were on a really good path with the C´thullu pic. I vote you give it another try. When you feel like it.
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    ah,i really like the page with the clown face. the little creature on the left is very good,more defined and less scribbly than your usual works. the environments rather good for a beginning too.
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    Yeah the clown page got it going on, surprised though that they're markersketches...
    Keep doing that practice! Also liked that giant-gremlin hat guy

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    oh really cool udate!it seems a new style) keep it up dude!

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    Level up! These marker sketches are damn fine! More of those!

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    Those last couple pages have some great solidity, cool marker work too.

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    Great improvement! I love this markers and the enviroment is simple but full of energy.
    Ciao

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