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    Much better, now I can see them! You've got some great work here. I particularly like the rendering on the feet and rear view. Your line work on these also look very nice.

    On the other rendered drawings, especially the portaits, I want to see the same range of dark and light as you used on the rear view. That one has so much depth and drama because of those deep shadows and range of greys. The portraits look paler and much flatter because your tonal range is very small. The modeling that I can see looks nice, but would be better if it was accentuated more.

    I am not sure what is going on with the old man's neck and jaw. His features look good but the lines near the neck are confusing me and the jaw looks... off. I think it might be that shadows under the cheekbone and in the hollow of the cheek are creating the illusion of a bump at the square part of his jaw.

    Drawing with pen and ink is tough for me, and it looks like you have a stronger background in charcoal or graphite like I do so you may be having the same issues that I do. For the first ink portrait i really like the gradient on the right side of his head and the lines of his left eye. I think he looks kind of flat long though. I don't have a suggestion of how to fix this, unfortunately. The profile in ink I love love love the lines from his brow to his chin. However his ear is kind of low and the shading on the other half of his face is not working for me - particularly the line on the edge of the shadow.

    Overall, good work. Keep it up.

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    The proportions of your head look a bit off in some pics, other than that your rendering is beautiful and everything else will be naturally improved by continuing to do studies like these

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    Smile Thanks Fringey and Hala

    I will definitely use your suggestions to improve my work. Be back soon with some more stuff.

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    These look good. You need to get a scanner and post scans of your work rather than photos--the drawings are fine but the image quality is really poor.

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