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    Wolf's first steps in the world of art

    I can't type/write/read yet, let alone in English, so i'll just have my papa post images for me.

    You're very welcome to leave a comment, remember that a picture means so much more to me than words (icons rule )

    First batch include:
    a pirate's head (green paper)
    a hippo (red+black conté)
    a concept for a character named "masaikan"


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    asspat becomes shoulderpat, at this height
    WEED TORTURE WIN
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfje
    I can't type/write/read yet, let alone in English, so i'll just have my papa post images for me.

    You're very welcome to leave a comment, remember that a picture means so much more to me than words (icons rule )

    First batch include:
    a pirate's head (green paper)
    a hippo (red+black conté)
    a concept for a character named "masaikan"
    Wow. this is pretty good according to you age. If you keep this up for the next 15 years, you are going to be realy good

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    got a chance to do an overpaint on one of papa's paints >
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread

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    doing paint overs already?
    Welcome to CA! oh smiley smileys...



    can't wait to see more!! cheers, Min!

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    Bwahahahaha, you're totally hardcore! Keep rocking. You should ask your daddy sometime to do a painting of one of your designs. That would be neat.

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Acctually, on a serious note, I see lots of talent already
Keep on rocking dude, you be kicking your daddy's ass quick


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    hey wolf!!! i love your work!! but you beat me up using your jedi powers

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    hey wolfje! eva hier! nu ben je bij de grote kindjes de appel en de boom, hoe mooi
    hier kan je je mooie tekeningen tonen van en en vanalles!



    dikke zoenen
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    one with daddy, he was supposed to be working on his stoopid storyboards :p
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread

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    Better go kick your dad and tell him you want a wiii. He'll get back to work then. Cool collab though!

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    just a wee kid and you already have daddy beat by a long shot! Good going little fella!


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    here's one i made together with eva, and we sent it to Sinterklaas (which is sortof like the original gangsta version of santaclaus, for those who don't know him). He has a white horse which he uses for everything... so yea.. daddy mentioned there was a certian degree of ambiguity in my drawing here, but i'm too young to get that i guess
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread

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    collaboration again
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread

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    haha i haxorred my dad(s account!!!

    yay for color!

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    and an older one from the box.. minimalist hippo ftw!

    Wolf's first steps in the world of art
    My name is Wolf and I'm 4 (nay, 5 already!) and here's my sketchbook thread

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    hah hyver better watch out,

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    This is sweet. :-)
    I think you are awesome, and I wish you the best in your endeavors, but I am tired of repeating myself, I am very busy with my new baby, and I am no longer a regular participant here, so please do not contact me to ask for advice on your career or education. All of the advice that I have to offer can already be found in the following links. Thank you.

    Perspective 101, Concept Art 101, Games Industry info,Oil Paint info, Acrylic Paint info, my sketchbook.

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    - JAG
    it's only after you've lost everything, that you're free to do anything..

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    haha, this thread is awesome!

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    I'm diggin this thread.
    Keep it up!
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    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."

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    Eheh! Some of `em could actually pass as a professional apstract art x_x!
    You have lot of emotion there

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    Hey Hyver,

    That's nice what you're doing man!
    Makes me smile.
    We've got drawings up on our walls from our little boy as well.
    He's almost 3.5 years old now.
    Makes me think I should keep track of his progress in this way as well...

    Doe zo voort wolfje!
    Zo zie jongen... ( maakt "vuist met duim omhoog" gebaar )
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    drawing, and ugly, and nothing else." JAD Ingres, Ecrits sur l'art
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    this put a smile on my face.

    keep it up little man.

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    wolf's at school right now, time for a little update..

    on the whiteboard: hunter
    big face: prince wolf (school work, dunno how much help he had with that one)
    A3 watercolour: collab with his cars (inspired by the movie), made to hang in his bedroom, in order to have good dreams
    (emo alert when he was about finished with the piece, he said "now i'll sign it" and he patiently formed the letters p a p a... i was shocked to see him write on his own (like woah MILESTONE!) and i told him how sweet it was that he knew how to write my name.. then the drama began because he is convinced that that says "wolf" and not "papa"... poor kid.. so sweet though
    WEED TORTURE WIN
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    ayyiyah 4 and kicking *** , sorry kid cant spoil you now. let your dad do that. its cool to see innocence pouring out of artwork. we need more kiddy stuff ehre people .

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    Wolf, you rock kid!!! Do more!!!

    Cheers, cant wait to see more!


    P.s. Kids rule!!!
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    wolf, the last one is great!
    you have a bright future ahead of you !!

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  • awesome sketchbook really like the last one you are improving !

    ~Dile

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    haha.. great!
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