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    Hi !!

    Got some new stuff here. Let me now what you think of

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    hehehe well first thing that comes to my mind is that you're a big Matt Dixon fan...i like the strong painterly feel in these.Still some problems in the actual figures, but the painting is good, and all errors could be corrected with more practice i guess

    keep sharing

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    Seconding (thirding?) everything Knoll and Corriero said.
    The first piece is the strongest, but also the most "Dixonish."
    The evil tree would be much beter without the figure, which is both drawn, painted, and composed so weakly that it brings down the quality of the image.


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    Thats the first thing that i thought as well.... although it was like.... that looks like so and so's... then to read on it was matt dixon... keep up the work and eventually you will develop your own style!

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    Thank you for the comments. I can agree to some level. I sometimes gets too focused on other artists works. Just trying to learn I guess. The figures and the brushes suits me well. This is what I like. I want a tooney and nevertheless very raw style. We have seen that style before haven´t we? Like Dixon for example whose work is marvelous and inspiring.
    Like Looped warrior said I will (hopefully)eventually develop my own style.
    Tnx again all and Mike for the hints. Lesson learned

    By the way what do you think of this?

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    Good job, the orc got a really warhammer dark feel to it, which can't be a bad thing I dig this last pic aswell. Perverted and twisted.

    Keep experimenting and post them pictures right here!

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