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    I check this thread almost every day and i always love the new stuff. Keep up the pace and awesomeness!


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    haha..the darth vader one made me laugh.

    darth vader+milk= a lactose intolerant, luke sky walker's nightmare.

    delicious work. especialy your inks!

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    those b/w sketches are great and the crow lady piece is coming along good. Going to finish it?


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    BOOM!: Psh, 100, no problem man, I've gone through like 3 in a week I just realized haha. Thanks man

    Fishspawn: I'll try, thanks a lot!

    life on the sofa: Thanks!

    OldNoobie: I'm gonna finish it I hope, I have some work to do tonight though. I'll try and get at it tomorrow if I can.

    Heres probly the last one for tonight, or I might post what I've done so far on the commission. but whatever, check it out!

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    Stellar. 8) I heart your face off. 'Nuff said.
    Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803

    Hey! Check out my blog here

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    nice but the blank background kind of ruins it


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    AmontilladoAg: haha thanks!

    OldNoobie: I would've done more but I didnt have too much time, just a piece before i had to work on the commission work.

    Heres somethin I just did for whoever cares... process! Did this character simply for the process haha, but I like him anyways. Hope this is helpful, if not... Well I suck at explaining this style .

    Finished:

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    Process: Yes yes, first! Turn on your favorite Venom song full blast (leave me in hell maybe). THEN! Do this!

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    thanx for the process other pics bad@$$ just learned alot (think i popped a blood vessel)

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    I'm gonna try one of thos B&W'a now I just love them. Plus the milk piece makes me laugh. The way you made Vaders eyes big and near to his mouth makes him look quite cute.

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    Powerful strong characters my man. Bravo!

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    Great stuff here, I cant beleve how I've missed your SB, I just love the digital-ink style sketches, I constantly remind mself to do more of these, great work and coo char designs I'll keep an eye on this SB in the future

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    woooo.... what a great step-by-step, thx for sharing your process your characters are getting even more awesome !!! solid and dynamic, it got all matte. just keep on that track and no one will stop you
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    you really are a master of B&W's...
    thank you so much for showing a tutorial... -you should do more of them
    I'll have a go at this style whenever I get the time for it!

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    mista mista, how's bout some milk!

    Dude what was up with messenger last night???
    calling me loser, that one hurted the mostest



    last one looking nice, reminds me of myself when I get out of the shower yup.
    I'm just that smooth

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    hello mister david, where are you?! go on aim please and thank you. where's the tutorial you made for me!?

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