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    expert lessons in ruining female form!!!

    Thanks for looking spread the coconut oil and love
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    the next 10

    more sketches
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    Crazy Knife Chick I choose you!
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    Hey the studies are comin along nicely. It looks like you are studying some bridgman. I suggest studying more anatomy. Simply put, it will turn out better if you understand what's going on beneath the surface.

    Also women tend to have softer lines or none at all. your hand seems heavy. With women especially, it's all about those eyes and lips. All your eye shapes have the "oval" shape to them, regardless of the postion of the head. eyes aren't even oval to begin with.

    i think really, you're jumping the gun a little bit. Keep working on the foundations.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S. You digital piece needs more darks. it's way too washed out
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    Hey the studies are comin along nicely. It looks like you are studying some bridgman. I suggest studying more anatomy. Simply put, it will turn out better if you understand what's going on beneath the surface.

    Also women tend to have softer lines or none at all. your hand seems heavy. With women especially, it's all about those eyes and lips. All your eye shapes have the "oval" shape to them, regardless of the postion of the head. eyes aren't even oval to begin with.

    i think really, you're jumping the gun a little bit. Keep working on the foundations.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S. You digital piece needs more darks. it's way too washed out
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    Hey the studies are comin along nicely. It looks like you are studying some bridgman. I suggest studying more anatomy. Simply put, it will turn out better if you understand what's going on beneath the surface.

    Also women tend to have softer lines or none at all. your hand seems heavy. With women especially, it's all about those eyes and lips. All your eye shapes have the "oval" shape to them, regardless of the postion of the head. eyes aren't even oval to begin with.

    i think really, you're jumping the gun a little bit. Keep working on the foundations.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S. You digital piece needs more darks. it's way too washed out
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    Hey the studies are comin along nicely. It looks like you are studying some bridgman. I suggest studying more anatomy. Simply put, it will turn out better if you understand what's going on beneath the surface.

    Also women tend to have softer lines or none at all. your hand seems heavy. With women especially, it's all about those eyes and lips. All your eye shapes have the "oval" shape to them, regardless of the postion of the head. eyes aren't even oval to begin with.

    i think really, you're jumping the gun a little bit. Keep working on the foundations.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S. You digital piece needs more darks. it's way too washed out
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    This is me working on the foundations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kapil View Post
    Hey the studies are comin along nicely. It looks like you are studying some bridgman. I suggest studying more anatomy. Simply put, it will turn out better if you understand what's going on beneath the surface.

    Also women tend to have softer lines or none at all. your hand seems heavy. With women especially, it's all about those eyes and lips. All your eye shapes have the "oval" shape to them, regardless of the postion of the head. eyes aren't even oval to begin with.

    i think really, you're jumping the gun a little bit. Keep working on the foundations.

    Hope this helps.

    P.S. You digital piece needs more darks. it's way too washed out
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    Which pictures have oval eyes? I've been drawing for 25 years and oval eyes haven't been a part of that for the last 15 or more.. On the values.. I'm working on speed at the moment. The values are understated as part of what I'm learning from the Zhang Lu video.. you should check it out some time.
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    can't tell if this is duplicate or not.. the servers are screwy today..
    anyway.. down to 15 minutes.. may have to start batching these..
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    Just over an hour.. but.. it's more than a face.. about 20 minutes of that was trying to figure out how to use selections in Painter..
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    a nun!
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    yo 4ton!

    great studies here. I felt the exact same way after watching the female heads vid. make sure you watch your edges and don't be afraid to push those values!
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