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    I really love your daily doodles, your comic style's great! But I don't know if the way you color your daily doodles gives much benefit to the picture. However it seems that when you spend a bit longer on them it looks a lot better.
    and you seem to have find something in the latest one, there's a really good light there and the color gives lot more information about the picture!
    lookinf forward for more!


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    Nice work! I like your cartoon style and the figure studies are just awesome! Looking forward to more...

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    I liked your figure studies. You draw from life, but it still a very your own drawings. And the short poses are just great. Strong recognition of human form and rhythm in your life drawings - good work!

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    I feel that anyone can benefit from both long and short works. Doing quick gesture drawings and speed paintings can help with poses and composition. However, long studies of master paintings and bargue drawings can really help train the eye to pick up on mistakes. Try doing a still life study and work on it for a couple hour each day while doing some drawings form your head. It might take awhile to finish, but you'll learn a lot in the process.

    btw I like the life drawing. Keep going! Draw!!! Draw!!! Draw!!!

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    She looks great!

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    ah really cool characters in here!
    i want to see more basics *keke*
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    You have some really good drawing skills. That zombie picture is awesome Keep it up!

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