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    nouge's sketchbook. Learning to draw - hopefully

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    I've been meaning to learn to draw for a long time, without doing much about it. I've been looking at sketchbooks here for a while, though, and seeing how much people are improving, I thought I'd try it for myself.

    I think my only goal is to draw and post regularly.

    Below are some faces from photos, a few from mind, and a few still-lifes. At least I'm posting!

    (And, yeah, no scanner, so just photos. :/ )

    E: Um, is it just me who can't see attachments anywhere in the forums at the moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nouge View Post
    I think my only goal is to draw and post regularly.
    What's this here? And only one post? I'm sure you can do better than just one post. Keep it coming.
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    Thanks for the nudge, TinyBird. I really, really appreciate it!

    Here are a few sketches from the last few days. Very varying quality.
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    nouge's sketchbook. Learning to draw - hopefully
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    Hey you got some nice studies!
    Don't forget to have fun and keep drawing ! ^^
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    I agree, these are solid. Keep drawing, man.
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    Dahlium: Thanks! Yeah, I'll have fun with it.

    Jonathan: Thanks, I will!

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    Man, I love the owl!
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    Agreed, that owl is pretty nicely done. I don't see much shading from you otherwise, however. You're doing great so far so keep going!
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    Lost Shock, Smapel: Thanks

    Crocodiles, comodo dragons and owls from photos, and a couple pages from life.
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    neat studies man! keep 'm coming (:
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    the owl studies are very nice, keep going with the studies from life too, it's the best kind of practice
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    Jarkuzy: Thanks, I will!

    black-swan: Thank you, and I've taken your advice. More stuff from life this time

    Dragons from imagination, skulls from life and a few from imagination, and a bunch of random stuff from life. (The stuff with the blue marker looks awfully extra sloppy because I tried to do them very quickly.)
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