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oruha:
love
nadeshda:
love

kisskisskiss
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babyfactory:
Great painting smile soft and pretty
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cadavre:
Wow that is fantastic! I love the feel of it!
blackcrow:
Holy shit...That is a "quick painting?" OMG you are talented
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What's up SG

Been a while.

This trucker gig is crazy, I haven't been in one place for more than 7 hours in the last two months O_o

Such a beautiful country, I think the only state I haven't been to at this point is North Dakota... it's just a matter of time...

Anyhow, I hope all is good with you...
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selin_catnipple:
Love your art!
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vastpalette:
I love your drawing!
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ninadelamorte:
I'm seriously looking forward to 2012. I have a lot of plans in the works.

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Currently burning the midnight oil on a last minute x-mas gift for my sister and niece (portrait of my niece's kids). Hoping to get it finished and somehow manage to get a little sleep before tomorrow!

The hair is coming along slowly and don't even get me started on that baby nose >_<

I keep rendering out parts of the image and then...
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elliott:
Oh my god! It's so beautiful and sweet <3 I'm betting that your sister absolutely loved it! smile xxx
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jimcurt99:
LOVE IT!!!
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pp420:
thanks for posting the anti terrorist vid.

and nice work on the demon! smile
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Sometimes you come across something... you just have to share...

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missprint:

It's amazing how the lessons learned while "painting" digitally apply directly to traditional media and vice versa. As far as i'm concerned, Photoshop belongs on the same list as pastels, graphite, charcoal, acrylics, etc...



I could not agree with you more. I feel like I've learned so much about color, in particular, from drawing in Adobe illustrator. I mean I'm nowhere near the level you are at, but I feel like it's helped my drawing skills incredibly as well.

Are you familiar with stuntkid? He posts some great time-lapse vids of his process.