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    insane work as usual.
    I like the background as well, interesting but it doesnt detract from the girl.
    btw the baby is cute
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    Your paintings are amazing! I love all of them, the persons in combination with the backgrounds, the dark colors, the expressions. It gives a mysterious touch to the pictures and makes them very impressive and of course your painting and redering skills are nearly perfect. I'm a big fan of your style and hope to see more stuff, soon
    Keep it up!
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    Bones

    Beautiful Piece <> Your eyes look Armenian <> remind me of some of Gorky's early drawings
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    Wow!!! I was just about to go to bed....


    Damn this woke me right up... I'm gonna shut the pc and draw!!!

    Inspiring stuff!!!Thanks
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    Tiger, Thanks

    Blanguish, Thanks backgrounds are so much harder than the figure. Lucas is pretty cute, thanks to my wife.

    Mentler, thanks, Armenian? I'm a mutt, Itailan, Polish, Russian/Romanian, not sure but might have some armenian. lol

    Bard, Thanks drawing is kewl.

    here is a close up of my eye from before

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    really love how you suggest so much form.... yum!
    inspirational to say the least
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    I have to say, this is the best sketchbook on the whole of conceptart. somehow you make the people you draw be alive, instead of just captured in the moment.; i've got a kinda of harry potter feeling about them, like they can blink at me any second or walk out of the frame, most impressive
    beware my avatar is cooler then my drawings
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...859#post588859
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    Thankss Verao, I'm not sure that my sketches really compare with some of the creativity that is going on in a number of other sketchbooks here. My feet are pretty grounded to my environment when it comes to what I paint. I'm trying to figure out emotion and expressive concepts in what I've been doing the last year or so. I am very much into the idea of first person pov in my work so that eventually as I get better I'll be able to have expressive environments with emotion/mood filled figures that will have air around them almost like tromp figures, sort of like CW Peel's self portrait going up the stairs.

    I thought I would post a quick painting and something completely different from the above work. Here is a quick 1 hour painted sketch of a place I used to hang out with friends fishing when i was really young, I went back to the town I grew up in 4 0r 5 years ago and did this while my wife shopped on main street. These are fun to do, haven't had much time to do them, but I'm hoping to escape to this area of central park that is overgrown to paint this spring.

    oil on gessoed bristol. light and easy to carry.
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    Great work sir, The scenery looks so carefree.
    More updates please. Please.
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    Awww so good. The paninting with you and your son is amazing.
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    Beautiful paintings david.
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    Great stuff
    can't believe the amount of time you put into these - or are you just working really really fast? hehe.
    Outworldly stuff man, 5 stars from start to finish.
    Makes me want to do soemthing that'll take me months (ridiculously extremely long by my standards lol).
    mindblowing work,

    ciao!

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    Amazing work mr. Kassan. Those pencils really blow me away. The people you draw from life seem very lifelike. The colored version you did is even more amazing.

    Can you post some more progress shots? I would like to see how you build things up. Thanks for the inspiration!
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