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    Ivipaleu sketchbook

    Hello.

    I am 18 year old who needs to learn time management. I amassed some guts to do this because I know I am terrible. So I set this up to learn and practice and to find some joy in something and it is just for the fun. Any comment is appreciated.

    This picture is a month old. I was practicing getting the color and value, then I got terrible.

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    Hi! I'm new here too. (And 18 with time management problems, heh.) Good luck with your future artwork.

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    @Anna-B. Yes, time is tricky. I don't think we'll learn until later on...and thank you and same to you too.







    I wanted to sketch legs, it seems hard to find male legs but I will sketch those too.

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    the apple one may have been inspired by Hannes (aflenpfledger)<-- dedicated.

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    Are those from loomis? Nice!

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    Do you want to learn to work on art longer, and forget about time? If you setup a clock or check your watch when you draw, it don't really matter how long you actually draw, just make sure you stay right there for 5 more minutes. If you get up you lose, and need to start over with 5 more minutes. It is easier to draw while you are there to pass the time, but soon you will not need to keep track of time. You will draw until it is finished. You might know that if you get up to use the bathroom you might not sit down to finish it, and you would like to see it finished.

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