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    I will make it

    Okay so i've been gone for 3 months from here, and what have i been doing...? Jack shit I didnt lift a pencil for that long until today. Well time to start another one of these.

    I will make it
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    Last edited by Kresh; September 24th, 2007 at 11:04 PM.


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    Kresh bro. There's a dark quality to that last sketch that I cant get enough of!

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    Kick ass update! I had no idea who you were or how talented you were when I made the contest...I was gonna get owned sooooo badly lol...good stuff here...See ya around

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    wow new kresh book
    I surely wont miss that
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    Can't wait to see the stuff you have when you get back to doing drawings regularly.
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    looking good bro!
    some of the lines lack a bity of confidence, but maybe thats what a long break does.
    the last one is really sweet, hands and feet though, just get the shape in and no one will notice
    looking good

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    Love your style dude. Awesome rendering skills. Ill be subscribing to this thread. Keep up the good work.
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    Kian- Nice to hear from you again man, Thanks!

    Infinit- *Blushes* Hopefully I will update more often now.

    Asatira- I dont think that i'm far off from where i left off. My hands just a little twitchy and impatient atm.

    Blanquish- I fullyl agree with you. And thank you.

    Envisor- Cheers!

    Heres a few i managed to do today. I've been sick the past week so i forced myself to do this, but i didnt say it wasnt any fun
    I will make it
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    I will make it

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    Cool stuff thus far Kresh - keep it up!
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    Great style! I love the energy exploded from your concepts!
    Keep more update,ciao

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    this might be a bit hypocritical, but stop noodling. use the eraser if you have to, after you're all done noodling and clean it up. You've got a great sensitivity with graphite, I look forward to seeing more works.

    welcome back to drawererering...no more quitting kthx.

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    Wow, these pencils are really stunning. Really dig the way you handle faces. Only crit is you need more variation, but I know that'll come with more updates. Thanks for sharing, these are very inspiring.

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    ill do better next time.
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    and somethign a little old, which i don't know why im tossing up here
    I will make it
    Last edited by Kresh; January 26th, 2007 at 02:57 PM.

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    I will make it
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    It doesn't look like you're too out of practice, if you've haven't been a-drawing for 3 months :p Lotta energy here, great work.
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