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November 30, 2013
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Three sliding axis by RedTweny Three sliding axis by RedTweny
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:iconbrandonbk:
Wow this piece is very interesting! I assume this is a completely original image? I believe the piece has great overall form, and it grabbed my attention immediately out of other drawings I saw on the critique page. The hatching is beautiful! My only critical comments pertain to very particular things- The foot that is sitting on the top block (wood block?) almost looks like it is part of the block because for the most part it contains the same texture and overall tones of the block. Maybe the base of the foot could have a little more hatching? or even the block around it could be darker. The hand that is grabbing the block also looks just a bit too light, and would stand out over the block if just a little darker.
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:iconpublicinsomniac:
publicinsomniac Feb 22, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I can hear this little guy huffing and puffing as he strains to get his leg over.... ahem!
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RedTweny Feb 23, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
yes...I see the same !
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4ndr345M4rch4l Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this one too
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:iconredtweny:
RedTweny Feb 11, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
thks !
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RedTweny Dec 4, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
you too are also surrounded by sliding axis ???!!!? Thks a lot...
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TheMadMulatto Dec 2, 2013
I see there is no way up or down with that posture.
The mechanics of such a body in motion is not lending itself to getting higher or lower.
It's jammed despite such muscularity and white-knuckling.

Wonderfully caught 22..
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RedTweny Dec 3, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
hey !!!!! You have to explain me the "22" at the end of your comment !!!!!! This number it is VERY important for me...What does this mean? Why did you write it? PPLLEEAASSEE...explain me better :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) :o (Eek) 
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TheMadMulatto Dec 3, 2013
Oh... :O_o:
It's just the old saying "catch 22".


:bulletred: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catch-22 :bulletorange:
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