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    i love your artwork, they're really stunning. could you please share with me some tutorials?
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    The second from the bottom one, like all of the others, is amazing. It just doesn't look as finished as the others though. I had another window open that coincidentally blocked everything but his hair and his hand. Look at his hand then his hair, i thought you digitally drew hair onto a photograph. So i think you can work a bit more on his hair if you want. I noticed that the hair on your other work is more detailed than this one.

    On the other hand, having the hair not as detailed as the rest of the image attracts my eye to the anatomy of the figure. So if that was your intention the well done.
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    In the top one, he doesn't appear to be looking directly at the viewer and it seems a bit odd, but maybe you meant to do that. The left rear of his head also seems off, like there's too much volume back there.

    Did you use any references? The face seems the same in a lot of them.
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    Eyes

    yes, eyes, they hold all the real power, it's the soul we are all really interested, knowing, seeing if someone is home, watching us, aware..
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    Damn, these look pretty neat. The second one is the weakest I think, you need to do more to establish the distance between the window and the buildings in the background. Other than that, the head in the first drawing is too small and the eyes don't line up.

    Really neat looking work otherwise, love that 5th figure study (hands especially).
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    I find the facial expression in the first piece a little bit disconcerting. It just doesnt seem like a face anybody would be making while holding a light saber type device. The expressions in the 3rd and 4th pieces are much more compelling. really fantastic work though man. I could really use some pointers if you feel like critiquing someone else in this forum.
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    You think it is possible to post sketches too just to see your process? It might give us a better idea on what to critique, because while we can tell you what's wrong in the end result, seeing how you get there may give us better insight too.

    I noticed you posted your DA site on another post, but I'd still like to see base sketches to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceruleanvii View Post
    I paint-sketch more than I draw-sketch, I have an easier time blocking out form than delineating with line. I'm still trying to figure out if that's a bad thing?
    Mmm I guess it depends... it's good to do both just for different methods of accuracy and experiments but, I've done a lot of the block-in and paint vs doing linework myself. You may want to do some linework in this case if you're looking to fix grounding issues. Draw a bit of perspective grids in so you can figure out the plane your figure sits on.
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    For pictures 1 and 3 - can we say toned, girly men much? Maybe it's just me, but they just seem too feminine. The first image - face and the super-low pants. The 3rd - I guess it's the lips and the atmosphere in general.

    But you've got mad skills I wish I could ever, EVER have. Like someone mentioned, if you've got tutorials, just ANY, please let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shortydiva View Post
    Maybe it's just me, but they just seem too feminine.
    No such thing.
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