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    I try to learn

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    I try to learn

    I did not studying painting

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    Do studies on the color correct ?

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    I face a problem in coloring !

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    Your a really good artist. I do agree you face a problem with coloring but proportions is another one. Make sure lips are straight, eyes and eyebrows are equal and straight, forehead is not to big nor small but other than that. You can make it anywhere!!

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    Your drawings in pen are very strong!

    The painting of the little girl mostly has good colors. I think it might help to put more orange and red into her skin tones. You did that a little, but some more would help the girl's skin and clothing be more united.

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    Great Pen Work.

    You can see your trouble with coloring, but it's good to see where you need help right away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micaiah Nelson View Post
    Your a really good artist. I do agree you face a problem with coloring but proportions is another one. Make sure lips are straight, eyes and eyebrows are equal and straight, forehead is not to big nor small but other than that. You can make it anywhere!!
    Any colors used for skin

    I want the name of colored oil

    Thank you for guidance

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    Quote Originally Posted by AthenaEowyn View Post
    Your drawings in pen are very strong!

    The painting of the little girl mostly has good colors. I think it might help to put more orange and red into her skin tones. You did that a little, but some more would help the girl's skin and clothing be more united.
    You mentioned orange and red Superman There Are Many gave No. color
    Thank you for guidance

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewArtFan View Post
    Great Pen Work.

    You can see your trouble with coloring, but it's good to see where you need help right away.
    I want skin color
    I am somewhat puzzled
    Thank you, see you later

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    Wow! You got some nice line quality out of a ball point pen. That always amazes me; I hate the feel of ballpoint.

    Do lots more of what you're doing! It's a good start...
    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).

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    I feel frustrated using color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoat View Post
    Wow! You got some nice line quality out of a ball point pen. That always amazes me; I hate the feel of ballpoint.

    Do lots more of what you're doing! It's a good start...
    Thank you, I can use all the pens
    Except for the use of color !!!

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