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    I have been drawing everyday for over 600 hundred years maybe longer, I can't be for sure, I have been on this earth too many times to count.

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    Great start to a new thread, love your portraits and rendering.
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    these portraits are just as awesome as they were in the old thread!
    a really badass and inspirational start into a new sketchbook thread and now I want the next update!
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    good luck for your next thousend pages
    i just love your art..

    hmm, but i have a small question. you say that bones and muscles define the form of the body but how important is the character of a person for you?
    whats the first thing you think about - bodystructure or character? who defines who?
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    this is amazing stuff! I will keep an eye on this tread!

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    Great start to a new thread! Here's to it growing as old as the last!
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    ~Bones up~

    Can't open mine either since this morning, so I think I'll start anew too.

    Astounding works, Bonedaddy, colours are blowing me away. Muchthanx for setting the standard, the example, always makes me push myself further.

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    subscribed and ready to watch you battle out this sketchbook.. Good luck michael

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    Wow, my friend. Just amazing work.

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    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4.../dd070806d.jpg - favourite - beautiful. So clean.
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    Hey! I'm in a public place, not a good idea to get freaking hardons here. Thanks a bunch...

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    The Doc opens a new clinic? I love it so far! These heads just keep getting better and better. I particularly like the ones youve drawn from different angles, looks like a great excercise. thanks for sharing

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    it's new, and it's fresh, beautifull!

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    This has inspired me to make my first post here on CA. In a word..."gulp". This is beautiful! And I'm embarassed to ask, is it all traditional media?

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    Those portraits are looking really great! I really enjoy being able to see some of your construction for the shapes of the heads using boxes. I must say I've learned a lot from you through simply gleaning your drawings.
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    beautiful. thats life.

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    hey mentler, like everyone else, i love your style. However, hopefully it wont be blasphemous for me to say this, but I'd really love to see you draw crazy sci-fi battles or see some digi paints from you. Just something out of your usual groove would be a blast. I always love to see artists pushing themselves into directions that they usually shy away from, and I think you should step out of your comfort zone a little more often.

    (as far as why you couldnt open your old thread, apparently theres a problem with logged in users looking at large threads. I think most people are having this problem. However, if you log out, you can then view the threads.)

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    very nice as usual, love the linework,
    what are you using for your colour additions?

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    Mmm, the CGTalk workshop... THose are some great refs they have... =) Yay for freshstart!

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    A beautiful and a deserving start to the new thread sir.
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    delicious tasting candy in here as always
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    ah a wonderful new sketchbook, still loving those sketches - I wanna see some oils now dammit!!

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    A great start for something that I'm sure will be quite extraordinary!
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    Humble

    My old thread is opening up but I think I will try to hang with this new because I think part of the problem may be the weight of all the pages and images.

    Thanks for the feedback will visit all your threads leave feedback and rate them as well <> as soon as I get some time

    Here are todays Old Master studies <> when you really start to look at what these dudes did and how much they knew and realize how hard they worked at their craft it makes one feel very humble

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    Hi there! I don't want to be an ass kisser but these are wonderful works. I've asked this before and i'll ask again because I can't open your other thread to view the answer but what kind of wash do you use?

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    I am using Nexus rollerball pens from Koh-l-noor (earth tones) a copic marker blender makes part of the wash effect I also most often use markers and sometimes watercolor and gouache

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    Love that detail you put into your pieces. Always a pleasure to look through your thread.
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    wow, what a great new sb, I've been working on portraits also, great start to a new sb.

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    These portraits are insane. I really love them a lot

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    Hey! I always wanted to look through your whole old sketchbook but i could only ever make it through a couple of pages at a time and it just kept getting bigger. Awesome new stuff, i love the three-dimensionality of your work. Thanks for showing it.

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