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    Lockwood Progression

    I've posted a quick progression on a Todd Lockwood painting. Not very in-depth, but it might interest some of you. Check out:
    http://igallo.blogspot.com/
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    Huh, you have a blog? Grr, why don't people tell me these things...

    Oh and thanks
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    What kind of story is ragamuffin? Is it teen? preteen? Or just plain ole sci fi? Looks pretty intresting... with that Lockwood cover and all.

    Well I won't be able to make it to the AOL event, but I'm curious how Lockwood is gonna be demonstrating digitally? Is there going to be a big screen showing him working on the computer? or perhaps he'll just have a cintiq and everybody peers over his shoulder?
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    Todd Lockwood is great.

    He sent me his 85% finished tutorial that should soon be up on his homepage after a beggar e-mail from me but I'm not allowed to share because he said he'd hurt me, and I believe him.

    Really friendly of him to spare the time to send it to me though, I was grateful, he's an awesome artist.
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    Hey Bowlin,
    We will be projecting Todd's work as he paints.
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    wow.
    Todd Lockwood has been my hero since he replied to my emails time ago.I used to think of artists like some kind of divine creatures before that, but he was kind and replied to my questions.I just love his stuff

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    I love todd lockwood... and as I am as geeky as I am I have quite a few d&d books lying around here...
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    Most random question of the day, Irene: Is your last name pronounced "Guy-yo" or "Gal-low?"

    Oh, and thanks for the link. That's awesome to see how he works!

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    Gal-low, like the wine.

    Although, in college I had a Dominican roommate that would say "Guy-yo" or "Guy-yo-sita"

    Just as my first name is "i-reen" but I've also been called "'reen" or "E-ren-a"

    I'm easy, it's all good!
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    Thanks for posting the link Irene, it's always nice to see how other people work. Wish I could make it to the east coast for Art Out Loud!
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