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    Red face Sketch book(almost daily)

    Just started to get back into drawing. I could really need more practice. So I am looking for a mentor!

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    How is your sketchbook almost daily, when it's just one post? A little presumptive, I think.

    Anyway, if you need a mentor, here's your mentor. Andrew Loomis will show you the way. Now post some more stuff, so I can give you a real crit!

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    ahh faces...they suck

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    i think you could use some real life studies, some more life drawing to strengthen your cartoon work.

    otherwise keep drawing.

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    I agree with KleeWyck and I think you should try to get away from those small sketchy lines. Instead you could try to lay out the basic masses and getting the proportions right and then place your lines after that.

    A good way of learning faces, I think, is drawing self portraits, try to make them pretty big.

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    Real life studies gotcha...Hm self portraits I think I will try that...Well this one is for my photoshop class/ local contest for day of the dead not finished though.

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    forms. think in forms. Before you draw something break it down into as many large forms as you can. This better helps you to three dimensionally represent forms.

    Keep going!

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