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    Learning how to draw

    So basically i did very little drawing through my childhood and teenage years. Last year i kinda had that urge to draw and did it for a week or two, loved it but switched back to whatever i was doing at that point for some reason. Well, 2 months ago i went back to drawing and haven't stopped till now. Hopefully i keep going on for years and never stop learning and improving Below are some pictures i drew in the past 2 months

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    Very good practice pieces . Never get discouraged when you see some pieces from super popular artists, you can do it too, it just takes time and dedication. I really look forward to see how your skills develop !.

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    Ty! My plan for now is to dive into anatomy for few months while doing some quick figure drawings everyday.

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    Try Bridgman, Loomis, Simblet and Delavier - the last one is INSANELY detailed.

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    Studying anatomy for past 12 or so days~ Went through all the bones, drew most of them just to be familiarized with skeleton. Starting with muscles and skin now, face first (also following the structure of man by r.phoenix along). I drew my first portrait and will do a couple of more in next days to strengthen the understanding of face.

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    More head drawings, today i added few features here and there lots of fun

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    Two more sketches

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    More practice, im drawing everyday for couple of hours, not posting everything tho (takes time xd )

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    Few more sketches

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    Still drawing every day~ not posting much, heres an update

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    Some value studies

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