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    Bhanu: Nice one my friend. You're an artistic Titan. Your work grows in every way

    Chang: Thanks. I think.

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    Thought I'd never get to the end of that last page.

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    I like every single pic

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    Chicken Farmer/Brother Moves On

    Thanks Spencer.

    This is a couple. A doodle I did on Art Rage and Brother Moves On out of The Wire.

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    Your still funny as ever, hmmm comeone , start posting again , I miss this thread so so much.

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    lol! its a wonderfool world, isnt it?

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    beautiful work, very unique.

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    Thanks Bhanu, V.I.N, Ivan.

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    I managed to draw today.These are a mixture from an old nudey book and a portrait of one of my favourite guys.

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    Happy Halloween!

    A doodle from a drawing event called DoodlePlanet. A third version of a cartoon strip that I wasn't able to get to work and a doodle from the train that I finished with water colours when I got home.

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    fuck yeah JPW is BACK in TOWN baby!!!!!! wooohoooo

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    Thanks Bhanu. Your comment brightened my day. Made me feel all special and that. Nice to know that my stuff gets looked at. Really appreciate it. I'm gradually starting to get back on the drawing bandwagon. I've really missed it with going into teaching. Hope I can sustain it.

    I've been experimenting with Chinese brushes for ages now. I'm only just about getting confident enough to start drawing with them properly, rather than just making experimental marks. Don't think I've ever encountered a medium so veratile.

    If I don't post again before, Merry Christmas all.

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    Beans on toast

    The first is meant to be what they look like close up.

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    hilarious! always refreshing to see something with a voice, definitely makes me step back and have a little more fun with my artwork

    keep posting!

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    God I love all this stuff! Bet you go through quite a few black pens!

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    grooveissimo as always

    id love to see some machines !!....

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    Copied from Norman Rockwell

    Dope Fiend: Thanks for your comment, I've written on your thread

    Ladyknowles: Thanks to you too. Appreciated.I've also written on your thread.

    Jeppe: Maybe I'll post some machines one day, when I can work out the programming. No good if they don't work. Watch this space.


    Copied these. Music Lesson and A Temporary Setback. Norman Rockwell's one of my favourite artists. I love the character he manages to effortlessly portray. Which is what I'd ultimately love to be able to catch a fraction of. A true master.

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    Hey man... great sense of humor. I like the subversive elements to what you're doing... very fine.

    I came upon your thread from Dope Fiend's thread where you commented this:

    Hey Dopefiend, you're a skilled artist, especially if you didn't take this in school. Probably a bonus that you didn't. School can restrict folk. You look like you're developing your own voice, which is a great thing in my opinion.
    And then I read this in your latest post:

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    Copied these. Music Lesson and A Temporary Setback. Norman Rockwell's one of my favourite artists. I love the character he manages to effortlessly portray. Which is what I'd ultimately love to be able to catch a fraction of. A true master.
    I'm sincerely interested in your thoughts on how someone like Rockwell accomplished his mastery. On the one hand you're advocating a person's own voice, and on the other you advocate development of some kind.

    How do you imagine Rockwell was able to capture character as well as he did... as well as convey his message as well as he did? How was he able to communicate?

    Maybe it's just my neurons not firing properly... I just don't have the information. Maybe you have some insights into that.


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    Hey Chad, thanks for the reply.

    I think that Rockwell was just committed to the cause. I know that he referenced shit loads, both photos and real life. Family, friends and neighbours. To mix the real with the imagined and apply your reference to new and interesting situations and narratives is the key maybe. I suppose having a raw talent must help.

    Not that my opinion counts for much. Maybe we'll get there one day eh?

    This is a re-working of an older piece, which I've since taken off this thread. This is probably my one and only canvas. I'm not a natural painter. The background took ages to mask, the letters are airbrushed.

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    Lamp post suicide

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    Some work I did when I was small. -And General Zod.

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    u have a really nice way of looking at things! your sequential stuff is really nice too. keep it up!!
    also the drawing u did when ur a kid is pretty epic. love what u wrote on it n the teachers reply lol.

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    I just went through your whole sketch boock in one go.
    I absotively adore your art at a maximum level of adorement.
    Your grotesqueness sends perverse shivers of pleasure through my entire being.
    You have instantly become one of my favorites.
    Thank you for existing.

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    5 stars! Merry christmas! *****

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    no87: Thanks for the comment

    Mewn: Really appreciate that you like my stuff. Always nice to know it's not just being sent into the abyss.

    Dark eyes: Thanks for the stars. Always appreciated.


    The first thing I've drawn in ages.

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    Voyage dans la lun

    Drew this for my wall. And some ipod sketches

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    For my boys room and not for my boy's room

    This is for my baby boys room, it's a biggun. And an ipod sketch of the littlun

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    More ipod sketches. Self portrait.

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    Been dabbling in horror images. Drawn on Ipod. Colour sketches to be worked up at a later date.

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    More ipod doodles

    More horror images. Frankenstein's monster and Interrupted. Really enjoying getting to understand the versatility of Colors! on the Ipod. Great little program. Really challenging attempting to draw in such a limited space.

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