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    pretty new at this

    tell me what you think, don't be shy.

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    Draw form portraits and try to capture the portions. Use a ruler if you ave to. Get a book that teaches basic body stucture and have fun!

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    I agree with Micaiah, your anatomy is quite poor. I find the back ground colors to be distracting and wrong for this image. It will help If we could see the whole image on the screen so resizing it might be a good idea.
    Keep practicing, it's the best way to improve.

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    flat, and straight lines

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    youre getting ahead of yourself in some aspects.
    you need to slow down. take your time and get some figure reference. don't worry abour coloring, lighting, values, shadows, tonality, etc until the figure has been accurately sctructured.

    the background is an eyesore, sorry i couldnt think of a positive way of saying it. the color and edge quality by contrast to the blurry softness of the lines on the figure seem to be a great disjunct in treatment. don't even worry about background and all that formal design stuff yet.

    focus on the basics, study The Good Book...
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    Yes I have to agree you're kind of rushing, be patient and do alot of practice practice practice and practice

    Keep it up!

    Have a nice day!
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