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So I've been writing a bunch of short stories and posting them on Facebook.  They're all connected to the larger novel I'm working on (which is currently being edited by my lovely and ever more eloquent wife).  If I post them here, will anyone read/comment on them?
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Roger P Brunke
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Current Residence: Hillsboro, OR
Favourite genre of music: ROCK!
Favourite photographer: Um...I only know one or two
Favourite style of art: What? Er...this doesn\'t make any sense to me.
Operating System: Mac OSX Snow Leopard
MP3 player of choice: iTunes
Shell of choice: Turtle shells
Wallpaper of choice: The Brothers Kubert Batman/Superman
Skin of choice: YOUR SKIN!!!!
Favourite cartoon character: Stop with the favorites already!
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:icon12izzy3:
Hey, I saw your Godzilla and Gryphon art, and was kinda wondering if I could request some art of one of my monster characters? If you take requests that is. And I guess only if you like the design...

I guess it just comes down to do you take OC requests?
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Rogzilla Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I can do commissions.  Send me a message if you want rates. 
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Dave76ers Jun 10, 2013
Hi Roger,

I like the way you draw legs.

Could you give me some advise or tip to do realistic legs.

Thank you very much.
Dave.
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Rogzilla Jun 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Dave,

Unfortunately, I don't have any great advice or tip. The only way to draw realistic legs is the same way to draw anything. Just draw it. When you're done, compare to your reference, determine what went wrong, and draw them again. And again. And again. And so on and so forth. Do it until you learn the patterns, understand how the muscles work and react, memorize the proportions, etc. Don't stop studying.

I do wish I had some sort of short cut or great insight, but the truth is that you just have to put in the time and you will get better.

Hope that helps,

Roger
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Dave76ers Jun 11, 2013
Great advise.

I'll try to find time to practice.

Thank you.... and please keep sharing your art.

See you.
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:iconanimegirl00:
how do you get up with ideas 4 your art?
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Rogzilla Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I dunno. I just draw.
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Yo - thanks for watching me here! XD
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Rogzilla Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha! Of course! I'm really enjoying your artwork on Rooster Teeth and I assume that, like me, you'll post none RT stuff here. :-P
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kash26 Aug 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you got some kickass art
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