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Thread: Ben Freedman IS working through it

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    hey man thanks for comment! and im lookin the style u got goin.. the Random dood is vv nice love this face ! and the enviroment above him works vvv well ... no crits from me atall everything is lookin vv pretty
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    Something I was messing with yesterday

    was messing around with edges... and creases.
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    Some scans of sketchbook stuff

    well here's some more stuff from my sketchbook
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    I love the personality you give each piece with facial expressions. Great stuff!
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    You need stars...........
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    I agree with Fireflower.

    I love the character designs. So much personality.

    I really like this one. Its amazing what you can turn out when you put your feelings into something.

    Great sketchbook, keep posting I'll keep my eye out for it.
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    crud.
    Safari crashed before I hit Post, but here's the gist of what I had.

    Thanks for dropping by my book! Really cool stuff going on here.
    As for your list of points of improvement, #3- Necks- Bridgeman has a great little section on these. I think it was in "The Human Machine", but I'm not sure (great book either way.) #4- Knees- Bammes has some very nice parts on these scattered throughout Der Nackte Mensch, particularly a few pages near the beginning. (The books a bit pricey, but you can get the PDF HERE, just scroll down a tad.)
    Hope that helped, Keep it up!
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    afro-tribal guy on page 1 is amazing. keep it up!
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    Woah mate, loved every single piece you've got here! Brings a smile to my face Keep it up!
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    I like your artwork. Somehow you get across what i would call a joyfull feeling in all your work. It's awesome to look at. Cheers.
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    Sketchbook is looking ni-i-ice. oooooyeaaaaaahhh...ahahaha....really, alot of nice pieces..your last batch is fantastisch.
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    Hey Ben, was hoping to run into you and Sergei in San Fran, instead I met a girl named Carrie who said she knew you. Great work man, you've gotten a ton better since last summer. Happy New Year!
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