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    thats last painting is just amazing, this is a very nice start of the day
    i want some full body paintigns now please

    keep up this amazing work!
    peace


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    i love the orange and green insect head.
    VEry nice use of the brush stroke and the watercolour as a media.
    Since u like insects and characters why not draw the cliche fairy?
    All round very very good. ill be coming back.

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    haha! I was never the fairy type unless these are fairies with insect like faces then maybe!

    thanks for the comments guys, and thanks for the tutorial link adam

    today I just doodled misc things, including poses after poses after poses. heres one of the things I doodled, my character Straw! Hes a happy and sexy little macaque-inspired ape man. I added some colors onto him using OC, still deciding what his colors should be...

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    really nice character! The realitionship between the eyes and the circlet on the forehead works wonderfully perhaps repeat it on the dress or jewlery (as a motiff).

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    thanks!

    sorry for not posting much, wasnt really home this weekend. I was spending time with family!

    here is a WIP, I wanted to start painting it when I realized I was lacking some supplies

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    the character looks fantastic!
    i want to see it finished!
    the last one is looking alright, but i think you need to start it when you get the supplies

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    Smelly some really nice new art you've got going. I really like your oils though. They're my favorite. Straw is a kickass idea. work on some more of those.

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    glad you guys like straw! and, I tried to paint my favorite character in oils, but Tetsuo and oils dont mix. So I pulled out my acrylics instead and had some fun


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    looking good, however there seems to be some anatomy issues, his chest looks a bit wierd to me,
    otherwise, i love your akrylics!
    keep it up!

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    Very good character studies, you definately have a talented control over lighting with those paints. What I would like to see is an application of what you have learnt from these character studies and create your own "Tetsuo" like character.

    As usual amazing color as well. The red interacting with the blues/greens is engaging and creates a great focus point. It real allows us to explore the characters.

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    glad you like the colors! I'll be sure to keep those things in mind too! I'm not good with male or female chests o.o hmm..something to work on

    I bought two awesome books yesturday. One of them is called Fresh Fruits featuring Japanese Street Fashion, the other just has awesome portraits from around the world. I wanted to continue painting faces especially - and I just got tired of super plastic models >:/

    heres an angry boy with flowers on his head. my scanner ate it up, blotched up the dark background and added funny white lines by his chin, but you get the idea


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    With your cartoony sketches you need to think more about forms. Alot of the features are very distorted because you sort of just went with stereotypical shapes.. Look in the mirror and draw those emotions, then redraw them in your character using yourself as reference.. this keeps your work fresh and original so you aren't just going off of other artsits.

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    justin made some very good points,
    keep at it!
    looking good!

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    Lookin Good

    The acrylics are nice as usual. The portrait of the boy is really good. I think if you softened some of it's lines a bit it would really finish it off nice. Keep the work coming.

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    It's great to see your traditional work, I especially like the second face (the woman with fluffy hair on a green background) although the eyes are a little close together and I think the mouth is a bit to big. the monkey character is very nice but the hands are a bit stiff. Other then that I think Justin gave you some good pointers

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