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    All of your things are very stylized, I really like them . Just watch your anatomy (don't we all need to do that?) and you are well on your way! Keep it up .
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    Aha, thanks mate and right you are!
    I think I need to start doing more anatomy studies on animals too when I have time. xD
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    A very quick doodle before I go to sleep, yes I am aware I have bollocked up a fair bit of her. xD
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    Cute stuff u got here. The self portrait is pretty decent. I like the red ink drawing also, keep up the good work. Never stop drawing, and do more sketches from life, anatomy studyes. You can find good anatomy books at any library I guess. Cheers
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    Thank's Ape-Star!
    I checked out your sketchbook out earlier, amazing 3D stuff you have going on.

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    Aisling again
    Anatomy- I must learn it.
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    Hello hello, back again before the new school week begins with some doodles of an Oc of mine. Since I used no reference I've realized that
    I need to work on torsos, profiles, arms, shoulders, noses and how features sit on the face.
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    Oh, and hands and poses.
    That's it for now
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    Finally, I bring you art coursework!
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    This was seriously quick I think about 20 minutes whilst Sir was talking, lol.
    Colours are slightly different from the original though, sorry about that.
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    I'm, enjoying your process, & can easily see a very ink-heavy style emerging - I would suggest you check out some books by Andrew Loomis & Herold Speed. Especially the Loomis book "Fun With a Pencil" - the first half is centered around how to draw amazing faces, easily & every time. ( I much prefer these to the Hogarth Books)

    I'm working my way through them again, and most are open source & pdfs can be found on the interwebs.

    Keep up the good work!
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    Thanks Dacountno2, I definitely need to do more on Loomis and study-ing in general, I've been quite lazy as I've been waiting for the summer holidays to start already xD
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    Keep pumping it OUUUUUTTTTTTTTT YEAAAAAHHHHHHHH
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    Yes sir! :salute:
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    more, do more
    the clown looks good, would be interesting to see how it turns out when you spend more time, then 20 min on it
    I always asked myself, while browsing through your sb, why you don't do environments or buldings, trees whatever...

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    Hello!
    I don't remember if I commented on your sketchbook or not,so please forgive me if I'm repeating myself!
    The colours are the best,most definitely,your artwork is very lively and vivid,great to look at!My favourite is the clown from this page,it's perfect as it is!
    Keep up the good work!
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