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  1. #183
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    congrats on page four! at this rate you'll beat Hurri in about two weeks
    i love it all! and yes those lovehandles are sumptuous!

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    loving the gesture drawings on the previous page. interesting idea with the zorn piece done invertedly. hmmm. may have to try that.

    keep it up.

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    Great to see your creativity showing through the master studies. Is it helping, would you rate recommend it? Anyhow, Im speculating here, but perhaps theres a bit of weakness on hands? These recent drawngs could have stronger hands. And sometimes the transition from wrist to hand is too sudden. Though the characters youve depicted are rather flabby.
    Did you mention you were gonna get some life drawing classes?

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    thickky fatty update brother,
    4th page 5 stars.....man you are prgressing fast.

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    Keep these sweet concepts coming!

    I really like your crocidile/hippo concept. It seriously made my day!

    Where about in sweden do you come from? I used to live in Linkoping 6 years ago.

    C&C welcome
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    Hey man nice sketches
    i like your nose studies
    keep it up

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    Hahaha the fat babymonster kinda dude in the first post eating a mans eye is awesome!

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    paperX - thanks

    Carnifex It's some sexy stuff, I got some hot action going on today as well

    mrgrumble I'm in love with that strict machine, and I doubt I'll ever catch up, but I'll try!
    & yes, it's some sexy action

    Jason Snair It was fun, and hopefully I got something from it
    & thanks!

    Bendragon
    Yeah, my hands are weakass, and lack character :/
    going to do some hand studies soon, as I really need it.
    Anyway the master studies gave more then I expected & thanks.

    bhanu hopefully I'll get better mm
    & thanks, now we only need the voting troll to step by and give me a 1

    AK86 Eskilstuna/Torshälla.
    o jag gillar själv krokodilen, än av mina bättre karaktärer/monster - så tack

    Elnady Thanks!
    Sarcophagus It was a DSG I did in February


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    the MoA WiP Hag - she is slowly improving (I suck at orto, so thanks to designboot I'm forcing myself to get better )
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    nice update! the last one is great... nothing else to say, keep sharing plz

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    ohh big update we got here
    i like the robot fly dsg ! more fat people plz

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    saw the old lady of at the MoA forum. Very nice. Glad to see other CAer's over there. (i joined up back in Dec...but I sorta got lazy this past month...now I'm back)

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    the machine "random junk" study is awesome! i can see every bit perfectly. i'm not sure if you've gotten into her hair on the portrait, but it looks a bit artificial right now. it could certainly use some strands sticky out and some frizziness.

    btw, when you do orthos, do you include a lightsource? or do you just keep everything as detailed as possible for the modeller (ie, so that the shadows don't hide anything or make it appear different)?

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    5 stars...possibly and it is not needed... but just in case I like your work !

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