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    I think I like your inks the most, nice and simple, cant really crit the portraits other than they look like they could use maybe 30 minutes more of refining, how long did you spend on them?
    Your characters are fantastic, love this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...2&d=1192002812


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    Your ability to render light and dark is astounding. I'll always be a fan of your graphite as opposed to anything else. But i must say these paintings are pretty good too. When you did the black lady, what colors did you use to make the skin tone?

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    This is from Nonie on Donk's computer, oops: The heads are 3 hours ala primas. For most of them I had a palette consisting of transparent red oxide, indian yellow, payne's gray, and titanium white, though I've recently switched to flesh ochre and blue black instead of the red oxide and payne's gray.

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    very good job on the heads! i like to see more of the oils please great SB

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    I like the portraits a lot very nice. I'm also digging the dress designs they are very believable. keep it up

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    Great Work!!! You have good hands. I like your oils in special. Congratulations and continue posting

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    wow, great work. Your quick gestural inks are my favorite, but that motorcycle is really well done.

    love the winged characters too, really nice job detailing them

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    Here is my first ever finished monsterrrrrrrr:

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    That monster looks super sweet. Keep on rockin the free world. Someday soon, we shall rise up and lay a artistic reckoning across the land! Uh, see you for 12 hours tomorrow.

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    That creature looks great! The life drawing and potrait painting from earlier also looks excellent. Cool stuff.

    Cheers

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    Looks good. Nice texture and lighting. Reminds me of Corriero's work. Keeo going Nonie, more monsters.

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    Hey there Nonie! I really like the lifedrawings in ink, I guess it's because I'm in an "Ink-period" right now, but they're really cool and the strokes are well placed. The last oils however are really something too, you seem to have a firm grasp on a wide array of media. Very solid work on all fronts!

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    Lovely SB I'm diggin' the variety... and the progress! Seems like post #90 was a turning point -- excellent work!!!

    More more more!

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    Had an art test at a game company... There's no NDA or anything, so I figure it's okay to at least just put 'em here. So here are the highlights:

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    I've amassed a ton of sketches since I last posted but I never get around to scanning -_-

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    Oh yeah, and they finally announced the T-dome, so I can post this:

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    good luck with the art test stuff! looks great to me.. specially the enviro.

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    Umm WOW - I really dig this SB, yet another I'm adding to my list of subscriptions because of major inspiration. Thanks for sharing you're really excellent work -- and LOVELY TD piece!!

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    wow...ur colour its great...the water on that enviro...uf...stunnin' nice job! nice sb!.......oh and that creature ....sickkkk man!, superb use of colour...nice feelin' on that one, very imaginative and creepy...nice execution(haha i suond like a xgames judge)

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    good luck with the art test stuff! looks great to me.. specially the enviro.
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    Oh yeah, and they finally announced the T-dome, so I can post this:
    yay

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    there are no words to say just how badly you kick my scrawny white ass..

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    Gotta post something. Love the figure drawings. I am working on some life drawings but always mess up the hands. Keep up the good work.

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    those hands!
    stellar work!

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    noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni noni

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    I love your traditional figure drawings! They are very inspirational. Especially the pencil and ink brush ones, since they show that you can go both very very simple and incredibly detailed.

    Nicely done

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    Armor levels

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    the thunderdome pic is wiicked awesome! last designs are cool too, I'm tootally checkin back for more!

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    Nonie Nonie Nonie, really awesome sketchbook, your really working hard at the altilier. The orthos are looking really good. your first monster kicks arse. Keep it coming please, you can't stop now Nonie.

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    wow! the last two are badass. : )

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    The crying girl is great.

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