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    Last edited by Lidiev; October 16th, 2014 at 02:50 AM.
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    Hey dude thanks for checkin out my sektchbook! Do you have a tablet for your digital stuff? If not you'll really need one if you want to progress there. I suggest putting off the digital stuff for a bit until you really have a good grasp on the basics. Some useful books for starting out include those by Loomis, Bridgman, and Hogarth. I'd like to see you work some more with pencil and paper working on your lines and values. There's so much info on this site to help you get better so just keep pushing yourself!

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    yea i need to stay fresh on my anatomy ill deff put alot more work into it =D thansk for the comment =D

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    Good to see your studying keep it up.

    I would probably suggest to wait a bit with the colors. Start by focusing on getting the values correct and then later down the line, color theory can be added.
    Good value exercises:
    - self portraits (grayscale)
    - casts (if you have one)
    - simple still lifes.

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    Hey there!
    Nice job,you are definitely improving,a suggestion here:
    -Pay a bit more attention to the linework,it matters a lot!
    That's all keep it up!

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    Well,getting more smooth lines is just practice,no special brushes for that I'm afraid!Just try to draw some straight lines in many angles,and you'll get the hang of it!

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    Things are looking good Lidiev! You are definitely showing improvement since your first few posts!

    I also would recommend to pay special attention to your linework. Really think hard about every stroke that's laid down. Someone mentioned that to me in my sketchbook, and while it seems fairly obvious, if you really make an effort to think about it as you draw and study, it can really make a huge difference in how quickly you grasp concepts.

    Cheers!

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