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    Yeah, I havent posted in a while because stuff happened that distanced me from drawing for a while. I will pick it up again, now I want to learn how to get a better grasp of anatomy and I want to draw skulls, cause I feel like it.
    Imma bring the thunder with a watercolour attempt I tried for mothers day (no ref).
    C&Cs please!

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    Hey there, amazing start of a sketchbook, and props for starting it at 13, you show skills already...
    Now, to make my post a bit more useful, I would suggest (don't know if others have already) to hit some Loomis, at least, start with the basics of head drawing, it'll come in handy..
    Keep posting, and good luck!

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    Hi. Got my eyes on you. Keep it up!

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    I like the use of the water colour (nice tones) but she must be a bit bald at the back of her head. Look again and look carefully.


    I didn't think it was possible to be called an artist when you have nothing to say. It's like being a writer who publishes individual words as books and expects to be praised for it.
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    Long time no see D.
    Good to have you back.




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    Hey, hey! I hope you're still doing plenty of art, its a shame you're not spamming art at us, I would like that.
    Your faces are adorable, but it'd be nice to see some more studies from you. Show us faces from different angles, look around for interesting faces and do your best to understand features and how they sit on the face.

    Anyways, hope you post more soon mate. It's does my heart good to see younger members on here.

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    Also, why not check these guys too?

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    Back for a brief appearance for a while. Thanks for all the feedback, especially Black Spot, it made me laugh and see my errors at the same time!
    During June I went on an art trip to venice. We had to bring along sketchbooks and draw, the best won a prize.
    I didnt win but I did some watercolours I was awfully proud of so I figured I'd add them here.
    It is also summer holz and we have to fill an A5 sketchbook for next years GCSEs beginnings. Anyway, more on that later, as for now enjoy me gondolas!
    PS. The big nosed, tired picture is a self portrait!

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    Those are lovely watercolours. I'd shoot the judge.


    I didn't think it was possible to be called an artist when you have nothing to say. It's like being a writer who publishes individual words as books and expects to be praised for it.
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    keep up this pace and you will be a force to be reckoned with by the time you reach my age

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    Wow, Nice sketchbook! If ya' have a minute come and look at mine.

    BTW I started when I was 10 (I'm 15 now).

    Keep going, you're doing great.

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