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September 30th, 2008 #1899
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QETALIVAN: haha, thank you
lilnebo: no problem, and be your own life coach! that was what I was hoping people would get outta what I was talking about. Youre the only one who can decide when its time to stop wasting time and get to following what you want! always remember that, you'll never just wake up one day with everything you want. Up to you!
algenpfleger: no problem, hope to see some serious postssss soon!
heres a character I started and will finish before tonight
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September 30th, 2008 #1901
September 30th, 2008 #1902"The two pillars of 'Political Correctness' are:
b)A steadfast refusal to face the truth" -unknown-
"There may be no thing such as a "Fairtax," honestly all taxes suck and there's nothing fair about being taxed for working hard. But if were going to be taxed might as well have a system in place that is far better for the people being taxed. This is the fairtax" -CorePoint
September 30th, 2008 #1903
September 30th, 2008 #1904
That post of yours about stop being a b*tch was great. Most artists think and analyze alot its good to see it surfacing in the sketchbooks(as long as there is art to go with it!) Thanks for taking the time to show your perspective on what we deal with.
Just have fun.
September 30th, 2008 #1905
September 30th, 2008 #1906
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You should update your 'looking for work' thread.. cause I check it out quite often *since you always bump it : P* and some of the stuff in there isn't up to par with your SKetchbook-new-crazy stuff!
and when the hell did you get this good ? I remember posting a few comments late 2007 and .. sure you were pretty good by then.. but now you're mindblowing dude! I'm gonna take the time and go through the whole book..! Will definitely be worth it :]]
September 30th, 2008 #1907
Just out of curiosity... where did you learn drawing and anatomy? Did you take classes or did you learn mostly from books? I'm just wondering because I'm looking to improve my own anatomy and I need ideas on how I should go about it. It's hard for me to find time to draw with it being my senior year in high school and all... a lot of college preparations and whatnot.
October 1st, 2008 #1908
Good thing corepoint quoted your post about dedication or I would never have found it. Very inspiring words.
WASP is great. I listen to a lot of metal, mostly the heavier kind though, like Pantera etc. Music helps a lot to create images within your head, especially songs like Painkiller from Judas Priest.
Awesome work on the fighters. The colors are delicious (no pun intended...seriously.)
October 1st, 2008 #1909
#1900, looking great but look at the mouth his lips are way below the nose, I don't know if you want crits at all but this is mine just to you, move mouth up a notch and I read your post it is way inspirational to all of us. Thanks, K
October 1st, 2008 #1910
Your shit sucks, mine is way better...
October 1st, 2008 #1911
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