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    Welcome I hope you'll enjoy it here.

    I think that portrait need a lot more work in blending and such, and the hair needs a lot more refinement.

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    Hey ,welcome!
    Post some more of your stuff, so we can start seeing where you're at...

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    Hey ,welcome!
    Post some more of your stuff, so we can start seeing where you're at...

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    wow, cant believe I got a response already! Will post more definitely, but I want to make sure its all fresh, Ill do another one soon.

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    Hey. Yet another response :-) I was debating with myself whether or not to post now,
    but I won that argument, so here it is. I don't think the drawing needs blending or hair
    work, at least not yet. What you do ned to watch out for when you do your next drawing
    is the tonal depth. There is a lot of white and light grey, but where is the rest? Keep it
    simple, but also keep it 3D!

    Can't wait to see more!

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    Ok, about 2 hours work. is the tone any better?

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    big cheeks... little brain...

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    KEEP PRACTICING!
    don't forget! try doing observation work in different media! i didn't start working with a tablet until last year! i would spend most of my time with good ol' pencil and paper practicing value anatomy and a ton of observational! i'm a senior now in high school and and i think i advanced with my work a lot due to all the anatomy practice, value practice, and observational work. you do this and you will make your way to the top with time and effort! keep up the good work. =]

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    Thanks man! Yeh I do my fair share of pencil, its just I dont have a scanner so I cant really show it. I heartily agree, if you cant use a pencil dont even bother with the computer, yes. (its actually a tiny bit harder on the computer isnt it, pencil is the dream machine)

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    I'm digging the facial expressions! Let's see some anatomy studies from Loomis or Bridgeman or something. Proportions are something you can focus on.

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    Ok, study time, I know I know I gotta do some body parts, but the face is my favorite

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    Hi, Wow! There's been a lot of activity here
    In the last one: which is the most prominent part of the face? The nose is, (and the
    fringe is artistically speaking a part of the face, maybe) - the nose should get the
    nice dark shadows and also catch the light most. You can see that - it's the only bit
    of the face with a little highlight. At the very base of the nose at the bottom you can
    also see a bit of light in that shadow - this is just reflected light.

    So your drawing has great tone already, but needs a little more attention.

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