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    Um, actually, the mummy and Zaius are both pretty dang good -- esp. for someone who hasn't been painting in awhile.

    You oughta think about doing some canvases of those crazy catalog fashions you post up here all the time. Do 'em on velvet!

    Kudos!

    JamesD

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    Both look really good!

    - Ian
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    Awesome job! Nice cast shadow!

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    Nice looking stuff Brian!
    Think OUTSIDE the Box! For the BEST in Repro & Custom Packaging!

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    Hey, they both turned out really nice. Any more Lincoln art in store? Those paintings are just so unique. And just get some more practice under your belt and you can try tackling one of the Gray Morrow Mad Monster paintings. That would be a challenge for anyone!

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    Those look really Good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjefferys View Post
    Hey, they both turned out really nice. Any more Lincoln art in store? Those paintings are just so unique.
    I want to do them all eventually, I chose the Mummy because he's a less complex character but I need to tackle Frankenstein.

    And just get some more practice under your belt and you can try tackling one of the Gray Morrow Mad Monster paintings. That would be a challenge for anyone!
    Ummmm yeah, I'm ok if I never get there.

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    Been since the summer since I picked up my brushes, I finally found some motivation when the kids asked me to paint with them today. I chose the Tomland Wolfman as a subject.



    The Glow in the Dark plastic of his face made for a challenge, then I got a good idea:


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    Hokey smokes... Did you put glow paint on that? Pretty awesome.

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