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    &&&!

    Just a few things to get started. I've clearly got a long way to go.

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    WIP, is it just me or is the head too small/hips+legs too big?

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    great start!!

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    Of Sugar and Ice

    Portrait of Davey Havok from the Love Like Winter music video.

    Hm. The jawline is a little odd and the head seems like it may be a little too big for the body, but painting without lines is coming much easier and it's got a bona fide background, so there's improvement on that front. Hair shading is supposed to be flat.

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    heyhey, good stuff, about that question in post #2, I'd say the torso is a bit too small and the hip might need some checking anatomy wise.

    Anyway, good start, got me interested!

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    wow! looks realy nice!

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    &&&!

    Full resolution:

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    First semi-sorta-kinda realistic face I've been able to make without a reference.

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    Much thanks for the kind words so far guys.

    Something from in between the last two pieces that I forgot to put up. The anatomy is off around the head/shoulders area, but I made some headway with shading and working in B+W.

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    WIP, I'm really enjoying this one so far. Reference is of the cutest old lady I've ever seen.

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    The one in post #7 is very nice - try some proportion studies maybe. Seem to miss the mark on a few. Keep em coming! oo and great colours too!

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    Kidult: Thanks! Proportion is one of the many things I need to study up on, haha. :]


    I drew these two about a year and a half apart, the first one shortly before high school graduation, and the second just recently. Mainly just to see if I've improved.

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    Hey Christian, huge progress between that old and recent female face. Its always good to look back to see how far you've come. keep posting ;-)

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    OOOh she is SO cute!
    Really nice and original work!
    Your volumes are clean, I'm curious to know if you ever tried vectors? Your stylization seems to fit this media!

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