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    Updates will be slower come Monday and I'm back to work.

    Here's this afternoon's attempt.

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    Even after a bottle of wine I didn't stop. Still A WIP but gives some sort of idea of how I work.

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    Nice portrait work. Try going a bit darker with your values.
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    I love the texturing on Stoph's fuzzy little head! I just want to rub it!!!

    And now you've joined the "draw your mother as she sleeps" club!!! Current members you, Granny, and me!!
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    I gave up on the last one. Started again three times and still couldn't get it to work. Will try again some other time.

    GoGoJoJo, I've drawn my mother years ago in a much less flattering light. She's okay with it though. Stoph's picture actually looks better than the upload, that fuzzy hair took ages as did his beard.

    cgaddict, sorry, but I've gone even lighter for this next one. I might rework it later, but I wanted a dreamy soft feel to it.

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    Huge leaps with the pencils man. Loving the one of stoph. I think you managed to capture the eyes really well.
    Darken up a lot more of your work (therefore increasing your value range) and I think it will help turn the forms and make it pop.
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    WWWWWWWWOOOOWWWWWW STOPH IS AWESOME HOW BOUTS A BIT MAOR CONTRAST IN THE VALUES HAHA cant really talk im usually soft too
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    Hey you're having way too much fun in the DWELL thread this weekend! Love the portraits!
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    you have a good start with the portraits but try to increase the value range.
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    Hey blackspot really nice portraits. (especially the stoph one). try pushing your values, especially around the eyes, it will make them more of a focal point.
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    Nice update !!!!! I like the nº756 post, awesome!!

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    And another one. Think it might be time to do a still life next.

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    HUGE! That is a very large improvement from your other portraits. Great job!
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