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    flaskpost and jeff bartzis, thank you
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    oooo, that turn around is sexy!
    And the title of this thread creeps me out.

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    Looks gutt to me :|

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    My eyes feel so moisturized after reading this thread and taking a short nap.

    Dig the character design! He seems like a rather cheerful fellow.

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    man that pink-lip-eye guy is nuts. the texture of the paint there is really effective. im also really liking the lines on your figure drawings...how long are the poses? you've got the body masses down very effectively; maybe try some sort of very focused contour drawing? idunno, making random suggestions. might help increase your line sensitivity or something. LOVE IT BYE

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    nice turnaround!

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    Watch the size of those heads on your figure drawings... good stuff though, you're really getting some beautiful line weight and rhythm in these sketches and studies- they seem very natural and not painstaking or labored. Very nice work as usual, keep it up and keep posting.

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    Nice character design, especially his head and horns

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    *giggles* *cough*
    yeah so.. ermm yeah.. are we going to do some studies or what?

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    Turn around is hotness Devin! Studies? What are those? You need to fix the granny goblin tits man...they all sag like they've been hanged on for 3 hours straight for 4 years.

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    Its nice to see accurately suggested faces in the life drawings - something I cannot do with ease and it really sells the believability of it - keep doing that

    The turnaround is great as people are saying. To be picky, the inward bend in the ankles bothers me a bit, and the jaw isnt quite lined up in both - I want to see this suckers mouth this open from the front! Perhaps the silhouette can be pushed in areas such as the forearms, or perhaps you arent there yet Great work!

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    seage: thanks creepy? I thought it was inviting :<
    daniel: danke :|
    Abby!: your eyes were so salty! have u been crying from all that genetics homework?
    serhc: I am glad u like the pink lip eye guy...it's a really small thing like 2x3 inches or something... from a scrap piece of MDF board. The poses are labeled usually in the bottom corners of the sb. The ones that have rendering on them are longer...
    kidult: thanks
    aedman: They are very much painstaking and sometimes infuriating...
    Slash: not as nice as yours
    yinteck: thank you
    bumskee: I might need a hand with my studies....*cough*
    Stark: granny goblin tits... I thought u liked granny goblin tits :<
    Jakers: yeah faces argh...They are so hard to get right, let alone the rest of the figure. I think I probably spend about 1/3 of the time just trying to get the face right on some of them....They are still pretty bad. It would be easier if I were drawing bigger tho...I am doing all my life drawing in a 6x8 sketchbook at the moment, but I'm not really sure why...I just like the idea of filling a sketchbook with life drawings, I think...

    anyway some more strugglings...ugh...this model can not stay still for more than 5 minutes at a time...Attachment 537489

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    man i love your traditional and digital paintings
    also very solid sketches, keep up the good job
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    beautiful update man. sweet mowlskinns!
    and thank you for the honest crit in my sketchbook! really appreciated!
    dunno really if i can return the favour.
    maybe watch the head/neck/collarbone/shoulder connections a bit?

    keep kickin it!

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