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    new site and lots of new work! jan15 scroll down for replies/new work

    I just finally got my site finished.. it's my first site and I fought with html, and he almost knocked me out... but It's not terrible at least.


    brushbook.com

    some of the new work: oils
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    and of course, my thunderdome round 3
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    Whit that top oil is great! And I already told you how much i like the third. You have a really strong body of work mate, and a great variety. Your LMS td was awesome, already had it saved brother.
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    Great work, Whit. Congrats on the site!
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    to the crit section with this..
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    when you comin to class?
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    Great stuff man. I love the homage to Churist.
    I would critique these, but I'll do that in person.
    See you soon!

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    great body of work dude, mind if i link you in my website?
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    Great work man.
    I'm really diggin those traditional pieces the most.

    keep it up!
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    sweet job!
    the lady with the huge dress looks simply gorgeous! the colors have good harmony in it
    and the first one with oils.. that reddish skin blob is awesome too, I can see so many different things in it.. interesting piece..

    and really nice site... that tutorial of your last man standing was really helpfull

    thanks!
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    Great work Whit! I hope you keep that sucker updated!
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    You show lots of convidence in your brushstrokes allready...
    I will be a treat watching you progress the next few years
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    I love that new one!
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    sweeet. eff the trads, that white dude piece is k-rad.
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