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    It looks like you always force yourself to get continuous lines, and closed contours, like how you tend to give the eyes an oval outline sometimes instead of using the lines to indicate value and plane changes.

    Try and be more "loose" with your approach. Vague, I know. Broken lines are useful, especially when using ink since it is a constant tone.

    Also, try and avoid perpendicular lines for hatching, unless you want to describe a flat plane.

    Anyway, nice update, plenty of stuff and those faces are looking more realistic.
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    Do what man made god said and try to vary your line weights to help suggest depth and forms.
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    Man Made God : thanks for your comment ! Well, i'm using ink to improve my line quality, s that's why i'm doing the less strokes i can, but yeah, it looks crappy, need to be better !

    FraserMcT : Thanks man !

    Well today, still faces, i did nude drawing too, a few hands, and a sp with ink, a bit better, but still sucking

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    dude , haha i see that you like to draw with clean line and so , but is definitely not your stile of drawing , instead of forcing yourself to a stile that you might be attracted to , you should put more time in the way you feel like doing it , because then is easier to understand other things ... cuz you will not think of your line or your pencil your mind will be where it should be ... cheers
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    Very good! Be careful about head size proportions on those nudes, other than that keep it up
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    hey man i looked though your whole sketchbook. you are getting better. keep it up man
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    Nice studies and you have to keep up with them.Keep working hard
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    Hands are improving nice stuff man,
    I think you should stay away from ink sp's for the moment, use pencil more so you can keep attempting to get the right structure, then when you get used to it try some more inks.
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    Your lines are getting way better.
    Use your lines sensibly, ask yourself what each line will do to the piece before putting it down, this is especially true with your noses.
    Remember to not just outline things. Look at some of the pros on here, and look at their portraits. Unlike you, they do not outline the lips or draw the nose like you. This is because by drawing the outline, you lose information about the edges (hard, firm, soft and lost) Hence why in a lot of sketches, they tone the background.
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    keep the faces coming, they are coming along nicely man!
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    more faces! coming along just fine
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    Nice work here I like the hands and figures you've done! Would be good to try rendering some of your work...especially observational ones and you'll definitely improve.
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    Ya got killer lines an wicked values w/ the pencil can't wait foe some moooeeerrrrr' keep up the goods
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