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    getting it down

    i've been avoiding photoshop recently when i really should be trying harder with it. any hooo, here wat i done to day

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    watched ghost dog agein yesterday. anyway this is the Patchwork Samurai

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    nude sketches an one missalanius (sorry for the spelling)

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    galdiatior (film) and MF Doom (rapper) inspiared for the top one. as for the other one.... really feel that i should redo the centre pic i think it's the face it didn't turn out the way i wanted

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    Hi! Keep up the hard work. As a suggestion, maybe focus less on stuff like surface details (wrinkles, shading, etc.) right now, and think more about the forms under all that stuff. Think about structure and keep doing studies! Good luck.

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    oh and here soon older stuff

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    welcome to CA, my suggestion is to focus on your lines and forms. Because your lines are kind of "hairy" shaddows are not that important like good lines. If you wanna do dynamic drawings, try to draw thick lines that are closer or in the shaddow and thin that are on light and far

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    Hey,

    I agree with Matrej about the lines. Try taking our time to draw the lines instead of scratching the pencil to much.

    keep on working!

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