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    Thanks Cameli !
    Took me some time to update but here is a render of a woman protagonist.
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    knut's Sketchbook

    I did a re-paintover of that.
    The problem isn't that there's highlights.
    The problem is that the lights aren't placed right.
    Think in planes. what planes catches the light and which doesn't?

    If you simplify a head you can start thinking in planes. We all know heads are rounded, but if you simplify it, you get this. This helps us think.

    Make sure you know where the lightsource is!

    Hope my paintover helped.
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    Loathsome thanks very much giving time for me. Your advice about working with planes in mind is really helpful. I always have a light source in mind but always miss something. Thanks again!

    An update of a woman protagonist.
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    Did some changes to look more casual.
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    A grayscale sketch of a Serbian mayor.
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    Serbian Mayor coloured.
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    hey thanks for stopping by, nice work here but i'd reccomend getting your head in the books for a good while, it truly pays off
    get into bridgman, he helps alot for construction
    hogarth, for defined muscle groups (but keep in mind they are overly large, as if all muscles tensed at once, and he has some weaknesses /distortions too, so balance it up with other things, such as bridgman, and most importantly studying from life)
    life studys are a huge part of building your figure drawing skills, going to life drawing classes for me, have improved after every class and my proportions are alot better.
    bridgman has helped me alot with my heads, like you said in my sketchbook the nose and head shapes look nice, thanks, it's because of bridgman
    good luck, i'll see you some time soon
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    r y a n o i r thank you very much for your time and advices. Really, all you guys are right and i admire your studies and dedication. The truth is that there is a deadline for some project, so don't think i ignore you. After that, there will be a 2nd version of that same project, and i will have time to improve it doing studies of all things.

    My truly first enviro from imagination. I think it's a bit too much, didn't let it breathe. Anyway, crit are welcome.
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    mate great improvement!!!post 121# is more confident and the forms are looking more 3d.you are really doing great and i am glad you keeping it up!!!
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    kingkostas thanks man, always good to see you here.
    First time working with my left arm due to dislocated shoulder (damn bicycles!). I enjoy it, but i feel like a retard sometimes the way i hold the pen... Work in progress..
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    Continuing left hand work.
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    Nice updates. Work more a bit more on form - remember to think in simple shapes when rendering. Not only does this make painting easier, but it makes your images more believable as well.
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    Hello! Thank you for visiting my sketchbook! You have some nice stuff here. I like how you keep drawing even though your dominant hand isn't working. Keep it up! It seems your rendering is getting a lot better too. I noticed that you use those black outlines in your previous paintings too. I'm not an expert on painting and rendering, but if you want to keep using the outlines, I think using thinner lines might help. Also, try and add more lighter tones to your paintings to make them stand out a bit. Nice work so far!
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