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Bohemond of Antioch

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A sketch of Bohemond of Antioch, one of the leaders of the first Crusade. This was just a sketch, but I think I might do a finished one later. Please review and junk.

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WHY DO YOU KEEP MAKING SUCH WORTHLESS DRAWINGS

YOU WOULDN'T KNOW HOW TO DRAW IF THE DRAWING GODS SLAPPED YOU IN THE FACE GAVE YOU LESSONS FOR 2,000,000 YEARS AND THEN GAVE YOU A BRAIN TRANSPLANT WITH THE BRAINS OF ALL THE GREATEST ARTISTS. YOUR A FAILURE IN LIFE AND NO ONE WILL EVER LOVE YOU. YOU'VE HAD IT TOO GOOD TO LONG. WHAT IS THIS A PICTURE OF A DOG, OR IS IT A WOMEN? I DON'T GET WHY I EVEN BOTHER WITH YOUR ART ANYMORE. I'M GOING HOME AND TAKING A CRAP TO LOOK AT BECAUSE IT WOULD BE MORE PLEASURABLE THEN THIS!!!

Lowgan responds:

I bet that my shits look better than your shits anyway.

not lazy

he was just showing the start of it doesnt mean he is lazy...i take pictures of my art half thru and stuff to see how it looked b4

coolz!

cool picture dude! if you dont make comics you should really consider start making those, becouse you could make awesome comics. But anyways awesome picture

Lowgan responds:

I've actually got a few Ideas for some stories, and a few concept pieces are up on this site. If you look at my art, everything labeled "Unnatural" is acctually a design for my characters, and "Wolf Company" and "Crecy" are both for a comic book. I haven't actually done any sequential art yet, but I'ma get around to it eventually. And also "Authorized personnel only" was done as a character concept.

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