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    sunday shite :/

    <<<<Nicolas>>>>Nov 9


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    Ill write replies in the guestbook soon ^^

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    heres something.....

    her waist is rather tiny, and some other unhappy portions as well, but who cares. bout 1,5 hrs tis mornin'

    Ill reply in my guestbook once I have some time....

    <<<<Nicolas>>>>Nov 9

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    heres a little tut I made up of a new page... hope it explains some things ^^

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    Nic, you're mean and lean and probably the fanciest thing that happened to me after Karate Kid.
    Wish i could draw like you.
    Hats off,

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    When are you going to update this sucker?
    I keep checking back thinking its going to be updated, but every time I do I'm sadly dissapointed.
    -Oskar
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    DS Illustration
    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."

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    Khan, thank you very much, you make me blush ^^

    Ink, yes... I know, Im sorry... Im busy like a mofo. I dont really have time for sketches right now, BUT heres the second page of the step by page ^^

    just for you

    <<<<Nicolas>>>>Nov 9

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    aw great! Its a magical huge boobed fairy girl
    what more could i ask for?
    top work dude, quality A+ work

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    I like how happy she looks.
    Thanks for updating.
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    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."

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    Really loving the zipatone stuff, your comic characters are great.
    http://www.nic-klein.com/images/SB/10_11.jpg
    That was always my favorite story from the hellboy comics .

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    Just devastatingly great stuff.

    I don't have anything to say beyond that it's criminal, the low number of replies given so far to this thread. Absolutely love your work, and will store inspiration from this in my cheeks for later consumption.

    Super Fantastic work, person.

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    how is your religion called?, you god of arts!
    thanks nic, you made my day
    Old sketchbook: 0shade0

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    Love your "Bizzy" paint process thanks for putting that together will try it out.
    SKETCHBOOK

    Jeff Jones was advised "No piece of art is ever a failure, because you never come away with less than you started with. ''

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    Awesome little sketchbook here! I love all your people with oversized rusty metal limbs. My favorite sketch of yours is probably that square-bodied crab up in post number four; I love it when real creatures are stylized well. I also like how you paint in your sketchbook. Must have some heavy duty paper, eh?
    Eagerly awaiting the next update.

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    amazing, my fav artist at the minute.... was showing my graphics teacher your work.... you are the shit right now. awesome, would love to see more so keep updating!

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