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    Half-Assed Wadoodles.

    Amazing images/inspiration on these forums! I don't draw much, just doodles here and there. Anyways, here's some random stuff.. I'll try and get back with some figures. I needs some advice and hard crit'n.

    All these were done with pen...Because I like pens hah! (kinda embarassed to post my stuff, but oh well)

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    Don't be embarassed!! Your work is good, face2 is cool just work on a lineweight and hatching and of course draw draw and draw.

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    Agreed, i can't draw half as good as this, all i can do is try, and i am getting better... i like the third face along, it is quirky and kool... love to see maybe some caricatures from you??? I reckon you might have a nack for it....

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    Hey! Nice to see some new images posted Keep on, let us see some more.

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    Wadu, your off to a good start. Don't be intimidated here, we are here to help.

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    Thanks for the support people. As for caricatures, never tried em. But I will.

    Few figures, and 60 second gestures. Eww I don't like pencils, led gets thick to quick. Yeah the figures look really flat, need better construction.. Second figure looks really lame. I need to learn some patients. (among loads of other things as well hah)

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    Hey nice work. Don't leave pencil!!! Pencil is basic of all drawing, it can give you soft or hard lines and very thick or thin and very wide lines. Mechanical pencils are no match for them, except they don't get dull. Try putting harder contrast on your drawings that's my opinion but im not authoritative so seek some more advices.

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    Sorry I'm lazy and half-assin around. I swear I'll try harder lol. Anyways..

    Quick gestures, figures.. And the faces are doodles from the "What does everyone look like thread" in the lounge. (not that they're recognizable hah)

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    Looks like a great start! I especially like the expressions of the portraits in post #1!

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    Thanks Clochette

    I actually "tried" on these ones. I'd really like to start taking drawing seriously, need to stop procrastinating.

    By the way, does anyone know where I can find interestingly possed figures online? Most everything I find is generic and repetative.

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    Supermans arms Nice, a bit exaggerated but nice. Keep drawing

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    Marker gestures are hard. Last one's just a doodle from my head, terrible.

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