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Donatello looks boss when you draw him....I'm completely in love with the realistic gleam in his eyes and that skin texture. *fans self*
Dude, I just got blown away by that Donatello.
That texture is smashing.
the different material rendering is getting insane!
the fidelity looks really high
the wet look on the eyes is great
incridible stuff bro!damn youuuuuuuuuuuuuu!
pure talent, your character/concept designs are awesome, really liked a couple of the later posts :3 i'll be sure to check back for updates.
Heroes on a hash pipe? ,These turtles are awesome!
Okay so... that is.... that is.... amazing. The wet look to the eyes, the turtleskin texture on the fore shoulder, the texture on that sash, the lighting....
But let me wipe the drool from my face before it hits the keyboard in order to proffer one small suggestion (I dare not call critique on you, Dave). On my left, the area above the eye is very smooth... it just strikes me as a little odd because of the wrinkling above the right (mine) eye, & because of the way the shadow is thrown back from the line of the sash it exaggerates the overall smoothness. I just think a tad more forehead wrinkling or texture could be in order there. I don't know, maybe I'm imagining it. I'll go back to lurking now.
*Cartman hand-waves and fading voice ensue*
any chance you post this psd? D= i realy want study it.
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Omg!!!! Ahhhhhhhh!!!!!!! Epicc! Freaking epic!!!!
Oh. My.. god. How many turtles are left? Please say there are 20 turtles left.
Your art makes me want to get nude. I've never been nude in my life.
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Your texture work is So rich! Love it.
SketchBook "it's much easier to scale up from simplicity than to scale back from complexity"
Yeah!~ Donatello and Michelangulo look great...superb color lighting and textures!
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Hi Dave, just wanted to say that your work is awesome, and to thank you for uploading.
Also, it's nice to see someone that is not against sharing some knolowedge, it's a pitty that your kind seems to be going extinct these days.
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Thanks guys! I really appreciate the kind words. That was a very generic response, but I really did read everything D:.
Didn't realize I never posted Raphael here, well heres raph and Tetsuo!
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michealangelo looks absolutely stunning
(raphael stays my favourite turtly anyway)
tetsuo came out pretty slick.
OH MAN! Tetsuo looks GREAT!
wow Dave!!! that tetsuo came out amazing! i wish i had seen the livestreams of it, but i always find out too late. are you trying to get onto that Akira project? that would be so awesome to contribute to.
O__O I thought you was always that much fucking freaking great D:
But I saw you entire sb and its made my day \o/
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Wow! That's amazing work Dave, always a pleasure watching you do these pieces on Livestream. Thanks for inspiring /bow
Tetsuo!! Awesome stuff Dave!
Inspiring work as always. Love the lighting on Tetsuo.
Hey Dave Tetsuo looks great, I realy enjoyed the livestream it was very motivational.
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