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    dayyyyyum yes!
    awesome.
    colours without line must be insane,i use atleast some simple ones to get a pose. good going!
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    what the foke Ò_ó !!! that last one's insane mate!! keep it goin'
    I'll sure keep on watchin'
    and i really like how your paintings are coming along...keep on pushing it!

    I'd be glad if you'd give me some dvice on my stuff if you have some sparetime

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    Going to have to ask you to stop being so good. It means i have to work harder =\.

    Awesome thread.

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    Hoooooly crap man Damn. You're awesome.

    And yeah, porting the knowledge from the studies over to the work from imagination is always the hardest part D:

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    Very nice life paintings lately. There's a lot of improvement and can't wait to see these studies applied to your sketches. Those recent paintings are very motivational. Cheers.
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    nice envrio painting,much more nice drawing from life and freaking awesome character drawings those without line are x_0
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    5 star hihi good work dude

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    Nice studies man, its cool you took my advice. Are they easier or harder without line?

    Very nice character as always, holding batmans head haha sweet.

    Also I was doing gesture and i thought about your stuff and I looked up basketball, basketball has some very nice poses, almost warrior like.

    Cool man, keep what you are doing, your gonna be the best soon.

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    Hey, so this is the first comment im giving to anyone on CA.
    I looked at your first page and got really interested in your style and works. So i went further and further into pages and some how looked at all 26, but it was worth the time. i really like the style you use in building characters, very nice and very learn worthy. i also agree with a coment you made on a previus page saying you should draw the whole body instead of just drawing parts or half, thats so true the only way you do learn is buy trying something different from the regular.
    also i have to thank you for page 23. the way you showed how you shade and color your line work was really helpful, and now i take that way into consideration everytime im doing digital art.
    thers nothing i can say is wrong with your work, hope you keep posting so i can see your progression.
    Im currently a digital artist at a studio, and hoping to get into the conceptual industry. I havent posted any of my artworks yet but when i do id like for you took look at them and give any help and advice into furthering my skills.
    thanks again.
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    SWEEEAAAT YEAAHHHHH
    haha I am inspired but....
    (nobody kills batman)
    great design I am gonna go draw now...

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    jedininjaman, haha you obcess with the guy likes bat

    REAPERaKaALLBetter, thanks for the nice words, I am looking forward to see your post for sure, about art everyone is different and has their own way I am happy my way can give you some help

    agelaos, I just want to move my ass a bit further on color I stuck there for ages, your suggestion remind me alot dude I gradually spend more and more time on one painting, so I really need to paint more instead render a picture thanks

    dhilipsomesh, Maestro Andres, Fllnfalcon, thanks

    Peter Berkovski, everyone hates my line, just joking

    algenpfleger, thanks man again, yeap it is hard but eventually need to do it, damn your sketchbook is great, and your improvement is insane that is why people keep adding you in msn man

    Oki, good to hear that

    Hygami, thanks sure I will

    Carnifex, I don't think color without line is too much different than using line, just very very difficult when it comes to design a new character becasue color is not very good on design to me

    kidult, pushing pushing pushing yeap

    more quick post painting, I nearly draw some girls having pillow fight so close haha

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    Wow, you've been busy.

    Really like the line drawing for the master study.

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    Pillowfighting girls are cool too


    Awesome studies! Your brushwork is completely solid. Hey when you press Shift+Ctrl+L in PS, it autolevels the picture and you see how far you could push the contrast. It's a good idea to make full use of the whole value range, it kinda adds a realistic feel. Or maybe not Keep it up man! \°O°/

    Thanks for the nice words and the advice in my book man, makes me happy!

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    Anatomy is so important to work on, your work just solidifies this for me
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    Love your works , the ones in the 1st page remind me of that game , lineage2 ... nice evolution in the style of the character i observed , i see you brought him from the so manga dimension to a more realistic one , and i like that. ^^ Salute

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