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    I actually like them a bit flatter; makes them more cartoony.

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    Hey. Fun caricatures. Makes me want to do some too .

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    I just realized that I missed your sketchbook last time I posted! I'm sorry
    The hands are very good on the Amanda Palmer pic, you got the contrast really good on them! The drapery studies are wonderful too, I really like the basic line one. And great job on the Lana drawing, I recognized those lips right away

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    Nice to see some gestures again in #725! To me, they feel most effective when you stay organic and draw 'freely'. As opposed to the more angled (quicker?) geometric lines. Though they do seem useful for the quick sketching.

    You've put some real effort in the drapery studies. It's striking how realistic the little rainbow-shaped piece of fabric looks. It must be the values. If I squint my eyes or take some distance, it seems to be sitting "on" my monitor.

    Nice work on Amanda Palmer. I tend to neglect ears, so I've noticed the attention you paid to hers. Those blacks in her mouth, eyesand just above her ear seem a bit heavy. Almost like 'holes'. I think you'd be better off with a dark and very saturated red and browns respectively. And I can see the folds you've practiced!

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    zou Cheers, will do thanks

    Dizon Thank you, I've posted the ref so you can see, it is quite flat, there's a shadow under her chin that I tried to emphasise.

    Blackspot Cheers Oh that was a mistake, I put it back

    Farvus Thanks + cool!

    Gogo Hiya, that's ok and thanks very much

    Anthis Thanks, the gestures yes, I like them when they flow too, though I do like the more geometric simple shapes sometimes. Thanks for the crit on Amanda, I didn't notice that, I will work on it.


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    Great gestures and I see they are better stylized now, seems more like your own stuff, if that make sense

    Also love the caricature painting of Amanda. Perhaps you would like to draw Evelyn and Evelyn? just askin'

    Keep it up you
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    Hey Angel, I didn't realise I hadn't posted here yet :/

    Totally rocking the caricatures up in here O.O

    You must have some serious knowledge over expressions after doing so many caricatures, I can imagine that being very useful for creating diverse characters from mind.


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    witcrack Hiya I think that makes sense and thanks. Evelyn and Evelyn hmm? I like the sound of that, it would make a good cigarette card too

    Crane Thanks for stopping by and thanks very much for the compliment, I'll keep working on it for sure.


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    Sweet. Liiike Juliette's face in your most recent Wip. Much improved
    Keep keep it up.

    Btw, What's a cigarette card?
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    Very nice caricature work here! And lovely figure drawings as well. And the fabric studies are really nice as well. Keep up the awesome!!
    Art is not about competing against others and being better than everyone else, but it is about competing against yourself and discovering your greatest potential!


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    Good job! You're style is becoming more noticeable. And the lighting is much better. You could differentiate the light and shadow areas. Not like the Amanda Palmer image which just falls flat. Maybe you could have emphasized the lighting on the latter just a little more. Don't be a slave to your reference. Because it is what it is.

    Back to Juliette Lewis. I just feel the length of her arms feel inconsistent. I know the other one is foreshortened but it doesn't feel as long as the other one. Try flipping the image horizontally and see if you can spot something that doesn't feel right.

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    i like the juliette lewis update
    the pose is well balanced, the expression is well rendered

    post 758 the girl head CHSLI: lack of symmetry is disturbing (cheek line)

    good luck

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    Juliet Lewis looks good! the highlights on the cheeks and the chin are very convincing.

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    Thanks Witcrack - Oh, cigarette cards are what you used to get in cigarette packets, like trade cards, collect them all kind of thing (found some history on it -http://www.cigarettecards.co.uk/intro.htm)

    Rob Thanks very much and I'll try

    Dizon Thanks and yeah, I am a slave to reference *hangs head*. I'll go back to the Amanda and try and fix it. Nicely spotted with the arms, I was going for exaggerated but it did look odd.

    zou Thanks and now you mention it, it's obvious. Lol, I have a total blind spot to symmetry sometimes, I think it's because of the way I hold my pencil, and I don't spin the paper, I will try that next time.

    Gogo Thank you



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