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    the eyes studies are very nice; try doing them in pairs so you get the spacing right.
    I like the pencil strokes on the last portrait.
    Do some anatomy studies. cheers

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    Another head

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    Your latest female drawing looks nice! I'd pay some more attention to the neck, it looks really thin. I think it should be a little bit thicker. Also, the right eye (on the drawing, left eye for her) looks a bit wonky. I like it though! The shadows are a nice effect. Keep it up!

    For the old man: Shadows look nice, you've got some good dark areas. Try working out one of your heads a bit more, I think the result would be very nice!

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    @Jesus Masochist - Thanks, that's great advice. Doing eyes in pairs is definitely harder and very good practice.
    @CrownLullaby - Hey Liesa, thanks for stopping by. I'll double-check the neck and eye. By work out, do you mean I should go darker?

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    I think your dark areas are doing pretty ok, you have a nice contrast. With working out I mean going a bit more into detail. Once you get the whole structure of the face, you can try pushing yourself a bit more towards detailed drawing!

    I like your eyes, you can see the evolution. The middle pair is my favourite! Keep up the good work!

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    I like the eyes too!

    Everything is better with dinosaurs.
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    great start, though I would start expanding from heads and including some more abstract exercises- gesture drawing and such. I think ultimately it helps quite a bit more than just sticking hard to one subject such as the head.

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    @CrownLullaby - Absolutely. One of the many things I want to work on is varying hard and soft edges...I am still struggling with charcoal.
    @Brandon Pilcher - Thanks for stopping by!
    @Little-Maiden - Thanks for the advice! I probably should try gesture drawings too.

    These are some copies from AztecFireflower's awesome sketchbook. Esmeralda is my hero!

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    I did a couple more eyes today. Still struggling with spacing.

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    Hi again! Your eyes are coming by great. Keep on drawing, they are definitely improving ^^ Keep it up!

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