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    Cool style! I really like the middle ones that are black n white, the look fresh and quick. On the last one, something that bugged me isthe soft shading around the chicks eyes; everthing else in the pic has hard lines, i think you should stick with the hard lines, they look nice. This is a very minor detail ofcourse, but there is always room for imrovement right? Reminds me of the GTA art, which is the best game series of all time btw.

    Moving backwards, the firstr one is really cool but her nose looks a bit weird. Its hard to explain, but on the right side, it should taper backe towards the left a the top more. I say this because the top bridge of a nose is the thinest part, and in your picture it is the thickest part. It may be hard to see that it looks kinda weird cause you drew it, what i do is a flip my image horizontaly (mirror image) in photo shop to make sure evrything looks right. Its like a fresh look it a pic, almost like your first look at it. Anyway that was a lenghtly explanation for not much info,
    I like your style, plus you live in seattle so i think you're cool.

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    yeah your style is awesome and your site is great

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    Second one reminds me about pictures from fashion magazines.

    I like Your style. First one is great.

    ..:: Yaseck ::..
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    Very nice and I like middle one is the best.
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    Very nice style.......

    I pick the first one as my favourite!!

    Keep 'em comming...........................................

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    Wow. Your style is excellent and your marker renderings kick ass. A little of Bob Peak's coloring style, and that Bruce Timm/Paul Dini lineart feel.

    The work on your website is phenomenal: particularly the sketch pages loaded up with figures (mostly female). They look less like sketch pages and more like finished pieces.

    Tremendous - keep posting!

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    the b&w ones rock!!!:chug:

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    Your work seems really familiar--as if you're a regular on the shaneglines boards...

    The first image is striking. Nothing to comment on other than the admirable marker work and the quality of your lines--very organic and fluid.

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    I just got to work, and now I have to sit uncomfortably for six hours with my ass bruised from the kicking you just gave it.

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    hi

    Awsome style!! I'm still kind of a newb at all this art stuff, but what materials did you use on the second image to get that blended look?

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    :)

    style reminds me of some 70's fashion illustration.....really good!

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    the 2nd piece is the best of all..its just great.the way they post and the gesturepretty good stuff u have here overall

    keep it going'

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