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    this one took me 1 hr and half, couldnt really see her face and hair so i added a few details myself, tell me what you think.


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    Hi l0stinth0ughts, thanks for comment.
    The recent post have shown improvement. Nice study of light, I don't think you have to worry about the detail too much, though it does make the drawing more beautiful. Yet I think it's worthwhile to pay more attention on seeing the figure as a whole, which is the trap I constantly fall into it.
    It should always be bore in one's mind that he must be responsible for his life........

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    thanks, unsharpened. yea but i guess thats what im good with i dont like things to be out of order. im addicted to getting things in the right proportions and the right shades. well thanks for your comment again.


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    Dude...Your surreal stuff is amazing, I love it. Those first two nude girls are good, I like the shading. I like the first one more. Keep drawing! I can see the improvement.

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    Thanks for the comment on my sketchbook.
    Those are some really great works. Those figures look really great, love the shading. How 'bout some more colored works? :]
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    thanks dude im currently pushing myself to draw everyday even though i dont feel like it, i guess its the only way to get better at drawing. also im glad that you like the surreal drawings, ill post up some more soon here in the week.
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    no problem man, i not only want help from others but i want to feel that i can help others too. thanks, for commenting on the shading, it was a challenge i can tell you that, and colored works lol, ill work on that maybe next work. im still experimenting with my acrylic paints, some of them are embarrassing and i dont want to post them. but keep checking in and i might post some earlier.


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    hey lostinthoughts you got a great SB you imagination is greaaaaaaaaaaat really really good and your sketches are really improving and also lawl great shading very good allo around. Liking the studies thier coming out great btw thank you for the lovely comments on my sketchbook glad you like it and from now on i'll be working harder
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    why thank you, i only live up to the comments i get back and the expression on peoples faces when they see them, or on the computer i look for the expression in the words lol. good im glad your working harder on your drawing ability, best of luck


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    I see that you've put a lot of time it that last one , 1h you should do in a hower about 100-200 drawings , quick sketches , and see witch ones you like ,and where you have problems , that way when you will draw a 1 h picture it will become more spectacular. In this one you have some value problems , specially on the face, you should do some shadow studies just with a black marker , no pencil , no pen , draw just the shadows on a paper. Keep drawing , keep posting , see ya in a few posts
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    flamable +1
    but level up in shading for the last one, that's really cool. keep it up
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    hey thanks guys for keeping me motivated and for the comments
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    thanks but i dont think speed rushing anything will help anything lol, i take my time and see what values go where and which darks i can use. but lately ive been having problems trying to get the darkest the dark, cuz my 6b pencil can only go that dark. so i was thinking of using charcoal instead or paint. but ill get around to it, thank you again for the comment ill keep posting.
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    thanks for the comment and motivation, and i think i did level up in shading lol.


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    My first surreal drawing again, kinda delaed on uploading yesterday, was kinda busy. Also a few sketches and doodles from my sketchbook, but tell me what you think?


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    More contrast is needed! If your scanner is mean to ya, press Ctrl+L in photoshop!

    Keep up with the anatomy studies!
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