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    Gorgoleons Selfportraits

    Since i find myself doing many selfportraits nowadays i thought i might aswell start posting them here.
    Hopefully i will get better at them in a while and have them actually look like me!

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    New portraits..I try too keep em a bit speedy.

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    I was advised to focus more on the linework than the shading, so thats what im gonna do for a while.

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    2 new ones. Been frustrated lately but i think im gettin over it and regaining my patience

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    fast one done today

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    Hey guy, you'e really improved your line quality since your first post, maybe you can try a selfportrait in photoshop Keep it up and be motivated

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    Hey thanks a lot Walid D! Yes a photoshop portrait is a good idea, ive tried doing as much traditional work as possible since i feel i need to work on that the most but im feeling its time for a bit photoshoppin' soon .
    And thanks a lot for the comment it refilled my motivation meter

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    It's a pity threads like this receive little attention from people whilst others get way too much of it. I think you are doing good. It wouldn't hurt if you wanted to play with Photoshop, but still try and keep with the traditional media if you do.

    I'm no expert on heads, but like in my own work, It looks like you could do with understanding the structure of the head and how to render form properly. This might be of some help - http://www.gwc.maricopa.edu/class/bi...ll/skulltt.htm Draw it, study it and try to understand it.

    Keep it up.

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    Thanks very much Burl! As of studying the skeleton, thanks for the link (might come in handy) but right now i have acess to a cranium from that sort of skeleton they use in biology classes and was thinking of drawing it in different positions.
    Your comment ment alot to me so thanks for posting!

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