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    :: Thanks for tuning in into this maddness . You'll find new pictures at the bottom, please look at them .
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    Just turned 15 and you feel *old*??? lol! Now that's just childish!! GROW UP!!!

    Anyway, you've got a great start here. You seem to have a good handle on color already, as well as lighting (you did a great job in the fruit still life paying attention to reflections, specular highlights, etc...). You should maybe pay a little more attention to proportions though; that apple looks a bit squashed, and the b&w faces have some proportion issues too. Fortunately, it looks like you're already doing what you should be to improve quickly; painting and drawing from life is the best way to get better and train your eye.

    I think you're off to a fantastic start (especially @ 15 years old). Keep posting and welcome to the sketchbook forum.

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    Haha, I just wrote that to get people posting Thanks, voxel!
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Thank you for the post and comment you made in my sketchbook.

Now where is all 14-16 year olds coming from ? I feel bad more often looking at how good people my age are!!!

Just keep it up, I like your studies, you have a good grasp of what needs to be done, and by that I see a LOT of potential in you! Keep cracking those stuff out! studies are important

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    Thanks, Dile. Your reply really matters to me .
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    the book of ¤ everchanging names

    school started
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    Hey, you have a pretty strong grasp on color and value already, but your shapes need to be refined. Draw more from life, and when you do a study, make sure that you get the drawing tight before you get into modeling it.
    Keep it up!

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    dont mind me
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    schools burning time
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    no time... school sucks my time up

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    good stuff man, yeah school does suck time up- but hey, lotsa people to draw. Definatly put a bit more effort into drawing from life, start getting your head into the fundamentals and push that back into your imagination!

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    Those couple landscapes are great. Very nice stuff! Don't feel old, either, especially with your talent keep up the studies!
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    thanks for the love guys. I NEED it
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