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    1. matthew feyld [deleted] 90 months ago | reply

      sick

    2. Bromirski 90 months ago | reply

      how are these done? is this done on the computer? i like these.

      do you know kelly towles stuff? he has a good show in dc right now, sort of relates.

    3. Dennis Hayes IV 90 months ago | reply

      These are hand sketches scanned in and colored up real qwik. i try to get the color in under a minute 30. kinda like warm ups for figure drawing or something. as for the sketch never more then 5 minutes if even that. I am familiar with Kelly Towles but haven t seen any flicks from the current show. do you know where i can find some? cheers.

    4. victoria gutierrez 90 months ago | reply

      luv this sketch! you drew this in 5 mins.....you got skilz!! =))

    5. EnikOne™ 90 months ago | reply

      freshness 7Teen!!

    6. Bromirski 90 months ago | reply

      here is a link to a blog on the towles show, and i think somewhere in there are links to the gallery's website, and his website.

      thinkingaboutart.blogs.com/art/2006/12/kelly_towles_ad.html

    7. actias luna 89 months ago | reply

      This one is heartbreakingly good. Do you do these 'sketch warm-ups' before working on more major works, or just when you are feeling antsy?

    8. Dennis Hayes IV 89 months ago | reply

      Hey Thanks everyone, Thanks for the link Brom, and actias i do them mostly as antsy sketches when i get 5 minutes. Life as a father of 2 and the full time jobby doesn t allow much time to get to do warmups it every minute counts mode. Cheers

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