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    Nice big cat studies!
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    nice animal studies, i'll suggest doing some values studies
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    Really excited about this. I was just drawing randomly no plan and this is what came out of it and I really like this pot! and now im drawing something from a photo using the same method i think something clicked isnt it exciting when u click?
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    Lots of kitty heads next lots of kitty bodies ^_^ still not that good at non ref stuff but w.e =)
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    Loomis and perspective and my dog
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    A digital dump ill scan some non digital and upload them later. All imagination atm
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    figures etc
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    sweet gestures! Really have a lot of energy. You may want to go through "Drawing the Head and Hands" by Loomis to ante up your head drawing skills
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    I really like your animal studies, they are quite expressive and show a lot of character! Your figure work is also looking really nice so keep that up! Perhaps in your pieces with backgrounds or environments you could employ the idea of perspective a bit more. I think this would help push and pull elements of the piece and make them look a bit more natural. Anyways, looking forward to seeing more work.
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    I really like your animal studies! I would look at the proportions a little more on your figures though, a few of them look a little squished. They're not bad though. Keep up the great work!
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    I love the animals! So cute! Keep it up!
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    About you digital paintings: you should use much bigger brushes. Start out with blocking in the basic shapes with a big hard brush. May use it without transparency and/or pen pressure. That way you will get much better edges. And you can safe the transparency if you start adding shadows and paint over the edge without destroying it. Something like the stone in post #71 would have worked much better that way.
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    Pssssssssssssssssssssssst.
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