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    Quote Originally Posted by Creatinity View Post
    Well i'm just worried they think what I'm drawing is crappy...
    I will get over that soon i hope
    Omg, i got the verry same ideas XD. You shouldn't be worrying though, youre portraits are just Great. Also the lady in this picture is lovely, attachmentid=425006.

    What i do think in the brad pitt painting, that has been smoothed, it looks a bit too smudgy to me.

    Great work, Grts

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    oh yes...it's been a long time....
    been busy changing country...live in Norway now..Bergen...

    here's a small update...a compilations of studies i've done recently....
    nothing extraordinary...working my way through hopefully

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    Your progress seems to be coming along nicely. One thing you could focus on is losing some stiffness in your work, but i'm betting more practice'll take care of that. Keep on trucking ...

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    trying to be more active

    few quick sketches from today...based very very loosely on a ref
    I try to explore proportions in female's face...and stick them into my head

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    Probably doesn't look like much...
    but when I look back over my first sketches..(those before I even posted here), it's just day and night...and it was taking me forever and a whole eraser per drawing to get what I thought was "right"....
    whilst here those are quite quick sketches...
    It's slow progress I guess...but it seems it's slowly going somewhere...

    but the weird thingis that right back, I thought I was not far of getting it right...same as I feel with these, while now I see them as absolutely lame ...I do everything I can to change my "view" of them, zoom in/out. flip etc...so my brain is not "auto-correcting " them...
    I hope it doesn't too much...and these don't look too crappy too you
    please do tell...

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    Great stuff mate. Loving your latest piece. Keep it up mate

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    the jaw lines on your chicks are little masculine, you should shorten and soften them a bit it would help get that feminine look
    nice proportions on your sketches, and ya the under view of the jaw is way tough, keep it up man
    thanks for sharing
    -jedi

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    Quote Originally Posted by jedininjaman View Post
    the jaw lines on your chicks are little masculine, you should shorten and soften them a bit it would help get that feminine look
    nice proportions on your sketches, and ya the under view of the jaw is way tough, keep it up man
    thanks for sharing
    -jedi
    oh you are right on....I struggle with jaw lines...
    I hope I will get it better soon...

    thanks for the comment
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