Relajado

Basics Brawler

The Indomitable (Spring 2023)

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    2:54 AM, Saturday April 1st 2023

    O yeeeahh, textureeees! Loved everything, the perspective, textures and composition

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    5:03 PM, Friday March 31st 2023

    It's a Cactcoon! Or a Racctus...

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    5:01 PM, Friday March 31st 2023

    Woooow amazing work, I really liked it

    5:33 PM, Thursday March 30th 2023

    Yes I liked this one pretty much, makes me feel things

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    2:48 AM, Thursday March 30th 2023

    A Little Is better than nothing, is something I've been telling myself lately, even if you didn't put a lot of time on it today Is a really good one, loved the tie like a headband, he's an efficient ninja feels creative and I remembered when in school Made origami shurikens to play with friends

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    2:39 AM, Thursday March 30th 2023

    When i saw the miniature i thought WOW this must be of a military Office, but then looked the pencil-plane and then everything was okay again, no ded people on officewars

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    2:37 AM, Thursday March 30th 2023

    Everytime i ser a boxlike element on a draw i go like IT'S A REFFERENCE! Nice one, i like the 3D feel it gives

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    12:48 AM, Sunday March 26th 2023

    It's pretty good, digitally Is pretty hard to get to a good lineart, at least that's what i think, i like the whole composition, in love with this one

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    12:44 AM, Sunday March 26th 2023

    I can feel the cuteness through my heart, I'd love to see it colored, good work before going to bed, it's never too late

    12:39 AM, Sunday March 26th 2023

    Thanks Chayota, i came back for the Promptathon, created a twitter for myself and share the stuff i do, that might get me more focused, I'll get yo discord yo see if anyone can help me with the seccond review

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