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    I had to post to comment on the tapir character design. It was just too cute for me to handle X)
    You have some really interesting character designs and goo life drawing to keep it up. I'm really liking it so far ^^


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    Wow, lots of visits! I have been away because i was in middle of moving apartments. The move is almost over, and i finally got my computer hooked back up.

    Cup of Joe- Thanks for the crit, yeah i definitely need more contrast!

    Asatira- Thanks for looking!

    Dose206- Haha, yeah thats her

    bbassir- Thanks Brian!

    mofongo-Thank you!

    gtgauvin-Haha, thanks- too bad you lost your file for the CHOW.

    DIMAGYAN- Thanks!

    Masha-I try thanks so much!

    Oscen-Ah yes that little guy..Thanks!

    Thanks for commenting everyone! I'll try to post some stuff later, I'm debating if i should do this weeks CHOW...hmmm maybe. Wish i could have started earlier...

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    wow.
    your portraits are awesome. the figure studies are pretty sweet too.

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    I've looked at your sketchbook a few times now after seeing your navigator posting in CHOW. You have beautifully rendered lines and fine detail work in your postings. Very nice form and dynamic life in your characters/creatures (I have to admit that I also love that Tapir on the first page of your sketchbook too). Hope your apartment move went well (just did that a month ago myself). Anyway, very inspiring sketchbook you have here. I'm anxious to see more.

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    cool stuff, that chow piece is real nice, lots of life in the poses!

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    stonercurly- Thanks

    muleskinner- The move is finally over, Thanks!

    archipelago-Thank you!

    Here are some pretty crappy life drawings from this morning, haven't posted in a while so here they are! Hope to post some more stuff soon...

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    Nice updates since last I stopped by. I'm not sure what Chow stands for, but I like that piece very much. I like seeing your finished products. Keep on posting stuff!
    Everyone's creative acts, whatever they may be, make constructive form out of the apparent formlessness of our lives ~ Rollo May


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    Don't sell yourself short. these are not crappy by any means! I enjoy your sketchbook very much! =)

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    Post more, pleasseeeeee

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    Well its been too long...I need to start posting again... I have allowed school to control me and gave my own interests a back seat... I love this community and want to be a part of it. Hopefully i will learn and get better too...and keep it goin this time...

    Heres some random crap from the last week or so, life drawings, I'm trying to actually learn and understand what is there... trying to break myself form just drawing the contours and shapes... and a few attempts at digital stuff....

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    Wooooot!!

    He's back! Your life drawings are really getting a sense of volume and weight. Nice job, you're an inspiration. I really like your beast with the red flag. I think his arm is broken or mutated on the far side though. Something to check out, might just be me though.

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    Good update. Lots of stuff.
    "It's all about the triumph of intellect and romance, over brute force and cynicism." Craig Ferguson on Dr. Who
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    Hey dude, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook, appreciate the comments and hope you are having fun with the COLORS program. There is a thread about it in the Community Activities section if interested.
    On another note, I see you just updated after a while but the update looks promising of nice things to come.
    Sealegs
    ... life drawings, I'm trying to actually learn and understand what is there... trying to break myself form just drawing the contours and shapes
    It's interesting that you are mentioning that because lately I have been in the same boat as you. I like how you are breaking apart the figure in the last batch and trying to understanding it. I know there is no right approach, but I have been interesting in learning the approach of Bridgman and Bammes for figure construction. Are you basing yours on anyone at all?

    Keep it up!
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    bbassir- Thanks Brian, u are an inspiration...

    Asatira-Thanks

    Maestro Andres- Hey thanks, yeah, i love Bridgeman and Bammes, Also take a look at people like Kevin Chen, and Glen Villpu, for a structural approach to the figure...

    Here is some stuff from last week, A turtle i designed for a team project...

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    Finally some updates here! Your portrait makes me think you're going to be starring as the lead in an upcoming Final Fantasy game...
    Seriously though, you know I like the turtle, but where are the paintings?

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