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Princess Mononoke by muju Princess Mononoke :iconmuju:muju 11,234 341 steampunk concept by TylerEdlinArt steampunk concept :icontyleredlinart:TylerEdlinArt 8,402 300 gunslinger by s05146 gunslinger :icons05146:s05146 318 8 White Priestess by TamplierPainter White Priestess :icontamplierpainter:TamplierPainter 7,816 249 A Terrible Fate by Mei-Xing A Terrible Fate :iconmei-xing:Mei-Xing 2,569 141 Karmaka by MarcoBucci Karmaka :iconmarcobucci:MarcoBucci 75 8 Kindred the Eternal Hunters League of Legends by BlondynkiTezGraja Kindred the Eternal Hunters League of Legends :iconblondynkitezgraja:BlondynkiTezGraja 1,743 186 Calypso by AquaSixio Calypso :iconaquasixio:AquaSixio 15,227 489 Overlapping the twilight by ELK64 Overlapping the twilight :iconelk64:ELK64 19,540 666 [Painting Process] Monet from One Piece by baimonart [Painting Process] Monet from One Piece :iconbaimonart:baimonart 109 14 Fuego U. by DieZori Fuego U. :icondiezori:DieZori 2,811 231 Role Playing by Runshin Role Playing :iconrunshin:Runshin 2,393 242 Samuro the blademaster Vs Zeratul the dark templar by arckyu Samuro the blademaster Vs Zeratul the dark templar :iconarckyu:arckyu 79 12 Revolution of the Nexus by Baldraven Revolution of the Nexus :iconbaldraven:Baldraven 67 12

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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2016   General Artist
ko nichi wa, O hi o, Osu, Mushi-mushi! (have to do it phonetically - hope it translates.)  Bottom line, how's it going in Japan?  Are you getting in ANY practice?  :D
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DavidFarrell Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Haha! I get the message :)  オス! to you too. 

It's going okay. Took longer than anticipated to get the place here all set up and home-y, but we managed it in the end. Money is tight and doing the job-hunting thing after just getting over a nasty flu, and yeah, not getting close to the practice I want! Managed a couple of things, one paid drawing (a very cute baby, but keep forgetting to ask permission so haven't posted it online), some super quick pencil sketches and a half finished drawing of William Howard Taft. I must say, using a physical pencil and pad and being able to measure that way while looking at an actual subject felt like such a rare treat after only digital for so long.

It's as inspiring/daunting as ever to see your continued prolific output! :D Come the weekend I'm gonna have to pour over some, and get back into the swing of things a bit more. Who'da thunk just starting up a life in another country would be so time-consuming?! :')
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016   General Artist
Job hunting?  Good grief!  I thought you had a job lined up.  So you just jumped into another country hoping to land a job?  Dude!  That's self-confidence - or religion. LOL.  Good luck, then.  Practice is the least of your concerns.  Of course, you could make it an experience in zen.  Just go to a park (preferably a corporate park) and focus on your art.  Maybe one thing leads to another and you find yourself in the company of spiritually sensitive business men looking to hire someone with your qualifications. . . .  so, of course, you'd just happen to have some resumes in your satchel with the art supplies.  If all else fails, tell 'em Sundog sent you. (Who knows, maybe he did.  He's been shuffled me around years before I caught on.  LOL.)

Wow.  This is much more of an adventure than I at first imagined.  I'm excited for you, David.  I hope you can make the most of it, now that I know what's involved.  

My prolific output - that's just me being unconscious.  When my stats spike I freeze.  So, this time I decided to post whatever I'm doing, good or bad.  On occasion that means a page of daily gesture exercises - which is scraping the bottom of the barrel.  But it keeps it real, if you know what I mean.  

Hey, post photos, if it comes to that.  Start a sub-folder for "Japan".  

 
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T-razz Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2016  Professional General Artist
nice gallery!
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DavidFarrell Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am humbled by your work, thank you! Worship 
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T-razz Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2016  Professional General Artist
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RobotCatArt Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
2015-1024-ChibiNekoSticker by RobotCatArt  
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015   General Artist
Hey.  This is from my collection.  It's linked on my profile page (if you ever misplace it)  www.deviantart.com/users/outgo…

You'll find a few other resources along with this in the Resource Center on my page. Click through the links there, you never know what you'll find. ;)
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DavidFarrell Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ended up staying up way later than I intended last night after reading this and then finding the one he did on anatomy/figure drawing. What a great guy! 
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Sol-Caninus Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2015   General Artist
You mean his second book, "Figure Drawing for All it's Worth" ?  I have a link for a free download of it if you want it.  Yeah.  Loomis was great.
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