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    well, progress in art (i've observed) is actually...

    well, progress in art (i've observed) is actually a lot like leveling up in an rpg. Or some other video game. Though it's more like you're the avatar and not the player. You'll know that something is...
  2. If the guy in the second pic doesn't lack a...

    If the guy in the second pic doesn't lack a proper cranium as well, we should see a bit more of his head in the right (our right)... and a bit in the top as well I think. His head is more flat than...
  3. "So, it is better to practice with a pencil first...

    "So, it is better to practice with a pencil first rather doing on Photoshop?"

    It is simply much easier and faster to sketch on paper. You'll get more done and you'll fight the tool much less.
  4. Whenever you draw try to decide as much as...

    Whenever you draw try to decide as much as possible before you start the final piece. Work out lighting, poses, composition and anything else in small thumbnails that will give you the general idea...
  5. Construct drawing in three dimensions. Don't just...

    Construct drawing in three dimensions. Don't just guess the contours.

    Get Loomis, practice structural drawing. Use pencil on paper, not Photoshop - pencil does not get in your way when you sketch,...
  6. I can appreciate the individual style that your...

    I can appreciate the individual style that your art has but I would definitely (if I were you) work on that anatomy on the first picture. However I do like the second picture.
  7. I would really stray away from the the whole 9...

    I would really stray away from the the whole 9 heads tall thing at first, and improve your anatomy by drawing from observation or from reference.. The first looks like a sketchbook page to me.....
  8. First decide on a light source for your scenes....

    First decide on a light source for your scenes. You need to improve your anatomy. Practice with Loomis or Bridgman you can download them in the resource section
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    Fall in love, obsess over something. Obsess over...

    Fall in love, obsess over something. Obsess over an idea, an animal, or a person, or a color, or a certain drawing tool (like a ballpoint pen or a true-green prismacolor pencil). If you find yourself...
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