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    You should have been an awesome accountant!

    Good evening!

    Elizabeth Báthory and Gilles de Rais sitting in a tree, K I S S I N G

    Nice evening isn't it?

    Yours truly,
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    and the obligatory second post with actual pictures in order to bless my thread with an icon. or at least I hope this is how it works.

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    Nice Start with this SB! I like in particular your pencil stuff!
    Keep sharing, ciao

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    Great pencil work! I like the first pic with the multpile pencil sketches. Ill be looking for more.

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    Ooh! Keep going, I want to see more!
    I think you are awesome, and I wish you the best in your endeavors, but I am tired of repeating myself, I am very busy with my new baby, and I am no longer a regular participant here, so please do not contact me to ask for advice on your career or education. All of the advice that I have to offer can already be found in the following links. Thank you.

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    Great to see you back Kinnas, More stuff to fill my Kinnas folder with, schweet. Keep improving man, nothing much i can crit here. So, any tips on rendering clothes?
    -B-

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    hea kraam, tuleb 5 tärni ära

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    oh me oh myra!

    Tallinn was in riots! And I almost saw it! Was on a bus and saw the masses gathering at town center but that was that. I witnessed the unrests from the comfort of my own home, on the telly.

    Dreamworker, ChaoticKnight, Seedling - thank you!

    Badger - Oh my! The biggest of all compliments! I went around blushing for two days after hearing about "kinnas folder"
    tips on rendering clothes? haha, no idea. I'm just haphazzardly experimenting around, trying to get them to look right and failing most of the time. I think I'm gonna put my extensive wardrobe to use finally and start drawing myself infront of the mirror in all my zany outfits.

    h2rra - haha, jah, muidugi

    the following images of demons are a part of a series I'm doing entitled Demonhold. The basic premise is that Vatican is summoning demons to tame them and teach them and turn them good for political power and what have you. The first one has immense lung capacity and can suck you in trough the beak, crushing your bones with his stronger arm and doing the detail work with his sharper hand. His weakness is music. The second demon was a clever one and pretended to be passive and scared, biding his time to break free.
    and then, in the third place, a sweet old steampunk engineer / inventor character. followed by doodles.

    do these drawings looks blurry and sort of low quality to any of you guys? I'm thinking I should probably upgrade my scanner, seems like it's getting kinda old.

    edit: updated with some better scans. turns out my scanner had somehow reverted back to it's default low resolutsion
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    great works over here those pencils are looking nice, just show more plz
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    you are an awesome drawer, well done

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    Interesting start. I'll be checking back to see how're you doing
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    I really like how your figures have such a natural and realistic feel, plus very clean for such a sketchy look.

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    Awesome pieces youve got and awesome style. I get the same problem with blurry images, at least I think its the same, right click your mouse and click on refresh image with full qaulity or refresh page with full quality. This should get rid of your probelm for a while, but it sometimes returns. Keep up the good work.
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    I am digging your stuff, man.


    Especially 1832.
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    You sure have gotten better,
    I remember your old work
    nice to have updates from you!!

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