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    No Need to Be Gentle...

    I really admire the work I've seen posted here on CA over the past few months. I've been a bit of a lurker and I thought that now would be a good time to man up and start posting my own stuff... maybe I can learn something. As is the title of this thread please don't feel the need to be gentle...

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    These few drawings look good, I like the way you do your lines. Would like to see more of your work of course.

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    drawings look good, but you use to meny lines. try to be more confident. also draw from life, and photos, not from comicbooks or cartoons

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    Some crits:

    I like the bottom of the sternum in the 2nd picture with the figure on the left. But Wolverine's arms are just a little bit too short - particularly the biceps.

    And I agree with DStraX as well. Try drawing in pen, that'll force you to be economical with your lines as well as hopefully stop the chicken scratch/hairy lines effect.

    I draw in pen myself - I don't recall when the switchover from pencil to pen hapened for me, but give it a shot.

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