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    Looking good, but you may want to review the...

    Looking good, but you may want to review the direction of the muscle fibres, especially in the arms.
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    The real thing is always better, especially for...

    The real thing is always better, especially for beginners, but photos from real humans is better than figurines or computer models.
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    Don't run before you can walk! Start something...

    Don't run before you can walk! Start something simpler, and use real humans instead of figurines.
  4. Thread: Double Edged

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    Doesn't look there is any story going on?

    Doesn't look there is any story going on?
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    Study the real thing!

    Study the real thing!
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    I suggest you start with drawing basics, from...

    I suggest you start with drawing basics, from simple still life, working on proportions and line quality. Forget about anatomy, props and costume for now. Add perspective, construction, value studies...
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    Do a simple still life, of a white vase in a...

    Do a simple still life, of a white vase in a shadow box, single light source.
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    SketchBook: Great stuff! I love the lineworks of your Thor...

    Great stuff! I love the lineworks of your Thor...
  9. Cannot find a course, but in general I don't...

    Cannot find a course, but in general I don't think life drawing courses are worth their money, as drawing is best learnt with a live instructor sitting on your shoulder.
  10. Oh, and one more thing: if you suck at charcoal...

    Oh, and one more thing: if you suck at charcoal you'll get black lips!
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    SketchBook: Ah, here is the final thing...

    Ah, here is the final thing...
  12. A grid is just another tool. The main issue with...

    A grid is just another tool. The main issue with a grid is that you can only use it practically on a reference image, which is not the best way to learn drawing for a beginner. Train yourself to...
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    SketchBook: Too bad, it didn't make the cut. Well, taking...

    Too bad, it didn't make the cut. Well, taking into account this is an extremely broad exposition, with submissions from kids, schools, art centres, amateurs and professionals, and art ranging from...
  14. Work bigger, at least twice the size.

    Work bigger, at least twice the size.
  15. What is the scale of this piece? What paper did...

    What is the scale of this piece? What paper did you use?
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    I didn't get the war child thing, you may want to...

    I didn't get the war child thing, you may want to emphasise this through scenery...
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    Nice shot! You may want to keep the kid's face...

    Nice shot! You may want to keep the kid's face lighter, to make it more appealing.
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    Must be a glitch, you should be paid per image...

    Must be a glitch, you should be paid per image...
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    Looks like you bailed out before the image had...

    Looks like you bailed out before the image had fully loaded?
  20. I suggest you leave to to a professional. I know...

    I suggest you leave to to a professional. I know there are techniques to glue linen to the back of the painting with, for instance, bees wax, using a hot iron, but this is a really delicate operation.
  21. Please double check your attachments, this is a...

    Please double check your attachments, this is a mess.
  22. When talking about rhythm, there are only two...

    When talking about rhythm, there are only two curves worth mentioning: S and C. A T is more like a dead end. And, yes, rhythms can clash, which will confuse the viewer. There can be a primary rhythm...
  23. Good question, which is usually cruelly answered...

    Good question, which is usually cruelly answered with "If you have to ask, you will never understand it". Not today.
    1. Rhythm is the pattern of interlocking curves that drives the viewer's eye...
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    And,how did it go?

    And,how did it go?
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    I like your style, but to make sure your faces...

    I like your style, but to make sure your faces are not falling apart, I suggest you study head construction, for instance through Loomis.
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