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    dude ur the shit where I am concerend! yOUR WORK IS THE SHIT! yEahhhhhhhhhhh!

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    I really love your skeleton work and the muscle drawings, and w00t! evangelion!

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    Very good improvement since page one mate, keep this pace
    or even better work even faster, your got tons of potential!

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    Very cool really diggin your lines there very fluid.

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    Massive Fail

    Darkwebslinger, omgitsduane: Too much ass patting. Thanks.

    maxetormer: Thanks man! I'm definitely trying to step up my game.

    OmertA: Thanks, dude.

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    It's about time I got serious about colour.
    Tried to painting an apple, but failed massively so I just desaturated it and carried on in gray.
    Think I will stick to grayscale for a bit longer, coz' I don't have a damn clue about colour.
    I've read some on colour theory, but now I think colour theory makes using colour sound too easy.

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    The Journey Begins

    Workshop is coming.
    Need portfolio.
    Time to get serious.

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    Serious Dump

    Some recent studies. Excuse bad photos.

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    keep this up dude!!!!! most excellent updates!
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    Strong work here - keep it up!

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    Kronos: I shall try my hardest keep it up!!!

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    Epias: Aye aye, captain!

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    'Nother grayscale study for tonight. Think I'll stick to opaque brushes for now - spent more time trying to smooth transitions than actually drawing.

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    Hey man, since i've had some trouble contacting you, i'll just write here..
    The skull in the right, post #181, is, i think, the best example of how you could advance in rendering. I believe that skull shows alot so my advice would be for you to try and explore that render style more, it's a very loose and potent way to draw and i think it might suit you very well. It just needs alittle more contrast to bump some areas and perhaps alittle more care when reducing the stroke size in narrow areas.
    Keep it up, amigo, i'll be around.

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    those last studies in red look really good

    keep it up

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    Dang, I want to be this good when I'm 20.

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