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    a la bapsi:Ah, flattering! Lines are easy...it's the colors that are hard. Thanks for the kind words.

    paperX Thanks for the kindness, man. I really appreciate that. To have a big conceptart sketchmeet would be amazing. It will happen one day. I'm sure of it.

    algenpfleger: Ah, returning the favor you jerk. Your continuing progress and work ethic is just...shameful.

    zulu: Will do! Thank you.
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    great sketches, really enjoy these

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    those figures are looking fantastic! glad to see the progress allowed by a new level of art courses!
    please look at my scrap book!

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    i really like two middle sketches! it captured good motion!

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    jedininjaman: Thanks for coming by!

    UpDown...: Thanks.

    qlanuknow: Awesome! Thanks man.
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    hey dood

    Nice update. I really enjoy your bridgman studies.....i think your rendering is getting better.

    The people in your 8th sketch look short though. Watch your proportions
    Keep working hard bro

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    Hey you! Sorry I've been absent -- I feel pretty bad.
    SO -- I will provide you with some well deserved comments and maybe a crit or two:
    I'll start with the rendering of your orange and cell phone. I think the colors are great! And I love the texture to the orange; however, it almost looks as though the orange is levitating eversoslightly. The phone's shadow is just fine -- maybe it's because of its shape. I like the light shades of grey/blue on the wood, by the way.
    Sketches~ I agree with mc2mc2 about the figures looking short. If not for the ones further away, but the one furthest in the foreground.
    Really like the hand studies -- something I still need to work on... haha. Thanks for reminding me. :3 Great creatures and faces as well. Maybe you should consider working on an ecosystem with all these creatures you have. Make them have purpose. :3

    Aaaaand yes... looking forward to an update!
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    Good life painting buddy! And rocking anatomy studies. YOu should update more often, but who am I to talk!

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    mc2mc2: Yeah...I appreciate that. More studies are in store, for sure.

    ohnojenny: Thank you very much! Hmm...I see exactly what you mean on that one...I've got so much to learn yet...

    algenpfleger: Thanks, man...yeah...I've been slacking.
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    woah awesome sb. i'm really diggin' all your sketches. the way you draw faces is great. love all the expressions you can do. the last still life came out pretty nice as well. keep up the good work.
    To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.

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    Your lines are very nice to look at there very flowy so inspirational keep up the great work.

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    Great figure studies dude. Definately like that last painting, awesome texture on the orange, though there seems to be something awkward about it, like its off balance or floating or something, but great job none the less.
    Hope you can find time to participate in the current teen challenge as well


    Edit: Whoops i see someone already pointed out the orange thing, my bad.

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    Man oh man your drawing skills always makes me so inspired to do more! Nice lifepainting, keep that up! Your figures are looking better all the time, so just do more and we will drool on while watching

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    love your work! but the mace-wielding warrior woman's breasts look a little too high. otherwise, awesome stuff!

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    Ouch...long time...no post...sorry guys. It's pretty bad how school can get you...

    thesadpencil: I'm trying to keep it up! Thanks for stopping by!

    OmertA: I'll do my best. Thanks a bunch!

    Pyroclasm: No, no! The bit about the orange is cool, I really need to make flaws very evident so that I correct my mistakes rather than just ignore them. I'd really like to participate in stuff, but I just can't find the time! It's awful! ....I take that back. I'm not trying hard enough to find the time.

    Mischeviouslittleelf: I will do my best, thanks a bunch.

    jenaea:I seem to run into issues like that pretty frequently...the anatomy of the breast just seems to elude me...
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