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    Starting practice

    Im new here and i want t start to develop my skills these are some fast sketches that i did today, i want to do more of these daily recently i got a Brigdman book to practice

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    More things

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    Color exercises

    Some practice

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    Hey! Stopping by to say thanks for helping me out with my image problem earlier, and to look at your sketches!

    I say you're off to a pretty good start so far. Those gesture drawings on the first post are nice. Though my favorite is the bird thing.

    As far as your coloring goes, definitely keep at it with those sphere and value practices. Those really help in the long run! If you want to, you can try drawing other 3-D shapes to really get a feel for the form of things. My favorite to color in are squares, well, cubes.

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    Your figure drawings are a great start. I;m glad to see how much you break thinsg down into small parts, it a good habit to get into

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    A lot of time without uploading

    here's a quick color study from a paint of John Singer Sargent, please give me feedback to keep improving

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