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    Grade 10? you are doing really well, but I will also chime in that you should use reference. There is point where mistakes or things out of place become bad habits. If you draw from life and from photos that you take yourself many of those things will become evident to you.
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    very beautiful

    我看了你的绘画,感觉很不错 ,继续努力。
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    Thank you very very much! I appreciate your comments a lot!

    There is a point where you should use reference! That is when you do not know how to draw something! I like doing studies and after that I continue on drawing my personal works! In my view, its the same like doing your maths exams in school... you can choose to see the solution in the textbook while hiding from the teacher or you can choose to solve the problem your own. What I mean is when you have done your homework you will eventually succeed in drawing from imagination. I confess that I have made mistakes... some of these are very old stuff after all!

    Anyway, here is something new! Obviously its inspired by Game of Thrones series!
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    Looking good mate!

    Detailing and line quality is good, I wish I could see more focus in your works, stronger harder blacks on the main character in the last one would make him stand out more. Use such things to add some depth even though the style you're working in doesn't lend itself very well to that.

    Anyways, you're all sorts of awesome, keep it up!
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    NICE...
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    Thank yall for the support!
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