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    I am your student, will you be my teacher?

    Hi everyone. I'm a art lover from Turkey. I don't have enough money to take private lesson or to go art school. So I thought, people who are here can teach me drawing. You will give me homeworks and when I will finish them I will show them here and you will critise them. As I say I want to be your student, will you be my teacher? I am waiting your home works. Thanks everyone.
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    Start with copying this photo
    focus on getting the values (tones) and shapes right

    I am your student, will you be my teacher?

    I want a 1 to 1 copy
    with as many trials as you need to get it right

    get on it mate and good luck
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