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    Shannowmans sketch book

    Hey, trying to get better, don't be kind to me.

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    Todays poor effort on pose maniacs 30 seconds.

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    its nice to see your studies, and traditional work. I myself have been doing human studies like a warrior for the last week. It is a lot of discipline, keep it up and results will come with time.

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    a few more, the skeleton 1 looks a bit skewed cos i took the photo wrong, thats y it looks wider than it should. The other one was for a mock GCSE exam at school.

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    Probably what would help your figures most would be to study anatomy
    You'll probably hear this alot, most people trying to get better have the same problem (I did and still do)

    Your faces arent bad though
    They have most of the major proportions and such



    Just keep workin at it, practice is one of the most important things for getting better

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    all i got done today.
    Hate exams, supposed 2 be revising

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    Nice start

    Anatomy studies are always helpful, take some references and draw.

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    Just did this, its part of a plan for my art GCSE for 2morrow. Its a self portrait. Not looking forward to it, i hate the whole thing, my teacher an jst generally art at school at the moment, im not taking it at A level!

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    Not posted in awhile, did this today.

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    This ones from a few days ago, but in the spirit of getting into a routine of posting...
    I'll do another after some revision (got my GCSEs in about a month )

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    Ok then, im starting to come to the end of my exams now, finished maths an science forever
    Started to try an do some art again, did this doodle last night.
    Its sort of bad quality and backwards because i had to use a webcam.

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    ...crapcrap

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    Hey you have a nice SB here. Don't give up on art at school if its something you wanna do. I remember hating my GCSE art lessons, but enjoying my A level ones. But ofc if you wanna do something else then ignore me lol.
    Your portraits are really nice, dont really feel qualified to give CC lol, maybe try using a softer pencil for shading with, like 3B pencils, they could give them more tone.
    I like the latest piece you've submitted too. I like his stance and the flow of the cloak behind him. You've put a lot of detail into it but the photo is too small to see it clearly.
    Your pics make me wanna do more portraiture now haha.
    Keep up the good work

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