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    Those landscapes are amazing. :0 If I had that ability when I was that old....GOD. Anyways, congrats on getting back in to art and I hope you'll find it worth the effort. Your sketches so far look great. Keep it up.

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    your sketches are awesome compared to mine... man i wish i drew this well.

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    JJacks - Thankyou. The hardest part about getting back into it is all the work just to get back to where I was so long ago.

    falkyn - Thanks. I find myself thinking the same thing when I look at sketchbook threads.

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    It's like riding a bike man, and you are doing a great friggin job... keep it up and enjoy the ride!!!

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    JoshDArtist - I wish it was as easy as remembering to ride a bike. Thanks for taking a look.

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    These are from my first live figure drawing session in 15 years, and the second figure drawing session ever.

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    I'm really getting into this sketchbook because I can see it's about to take off. Love the color pastels. Keep that up while you draw - there's no reason not to progress everything at once.

    On the latest figure drawings, I like how you drew out the torso forms, but remember the forms of the arms as well. Don't make them too thin. Also, start some portraits and see what Bridgeman has on heads. It'll help a ton. In the latest batch of life drawings, all your heads are too small and too narrow.

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