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Carl-Seager Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Professional General Artist
You two (you and cblair) have to rate as two of my DA faves...both stunning and this gallery is just sumptuous! Been watching you for a while and I'm glad to have found you. Superb :)
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Beksta86 Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2011
Just had a look through your gallery - one of the best i've seen ever. Love the Ghostbusters piece, and the KISS pieces. You have a lot of commitment to your work!
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choffman36 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2011  Professional General Artist
Thanks so much...yeah I am a fan of all that old stuff...guess that means I am old too.
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MyLittleArtLife Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2011
Hey ! What a gallery !
I love it.
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dreamwarrior84 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
ok I take that statement back about becoming a fan of yours DUDE I AM A FAN you got some skills my friend I hope you dont mind but I added you to my watch list and faved some of your stuff my name is Rick and I am a digital design and anamation student I can only hope that I become as good as you are I just started this art thing and as you may have seen I still need some work but I love doin it so keep on doin what ya do man
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choffman36 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011  Professional General Artist
Hi Rick thanks for writing. What programs are you learning in school? You can do a lot better than myself and I am sure you are well on your way. We all do it because we love to hopefully....I think when it is no longer fun it's time to stop.
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dreamwarrior84 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Hey Dude thanks for the encoragment I use the CS4 & CS5 versions of the adobe suits masters colection on all of my work however I am going to be trying artrage soon I love doing this and wish I would have goten a eralier start at it I never see me getting board with art it has become a passion

Keep On Dreaming
Rick
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Cynthia-Blair Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Great gallery, wow! Talk about prolific :faint:
I see you like velour paper for pastels...I've done alot of pastels, never used anything but sanded stuff, like Kitty Wallis and Colourfix...it is better for detail? My pastels are usually 11x14 up to 24x36, so people that can do sketch card size amaze me.
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choffman36 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2011  Professional General Artist
Guess it depends, I would say what you use is better for detail. Velour leaves everything a tad blurry looking because it's almost a felt like texture. Plus I se the chalky pastel pencils and not wax hard and soft pastels...I would say what you are using is working wonderful from your art.
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Cynthia-Blair Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I only have a couple of pastels up here on DA like this one on colourfix paper [link] ...the others are on my big website where I have work other than portraits. The paper is hard on your fingers (my fav blending tool, even though I love colour shapers too.)
I don't use the pastel pencils much, mostly soft pastel sticks. Charcoal works very similar to pastel pencils.

I was always afraid to try velour. You still work in layers, right? Do you fix in-between layers?
And so small! I would think you'd need the sharp detail. But yours work perfectly, even at small ACEO size, that's why I was intrigued. Thanks!! :D
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