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    Digital Figure Drawing Work in Progress- Please Critique

    Figure drawing from life in Photoshop. So far done from a 2 hour session, with another 2 hours coming up soon, after which I'll just work on it from my head. It all VERY rough at the moment, and only major areas of color and shadow have been blocked in, so I guess right now I'd like some advice on how the composition is working (or not working). And of course, any other criticism would be great too.

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    Right now everything reads very light, very "pastel". I would suggest first adding some darks in, and less of a faded look, saturation can work in your favor

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    i would agree with praclaris, try to also work on adding highlights like on the knees and chest. i like what ur doing tho. good work.

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    More progress after the second session, the rest will be from my head. I tried to work on some things mentioned into the critiques (thanks!), like strengthening the shadows and highlights. Would appreciate some more thoughts.

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    that green character doesn't seem like a bust, but is green.. what kind of life drawing sessions are you attending?

    looking over your main figure I think maybe her neck might be to thin/long and her right arm and hand (our left) is a little massive.

    overall looking good though.

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    m.wellman- the green figure is a bust, yeah. Guess I should try to make it look more like plastic. As for the figure, she is extremely tall and skinny, and the neck's about. I'll fix that arm though, that snuck right past me somehow. Thanks!

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