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    I got quite envolved into a screencap of the movie "Hanna" and what I wanted to turn into a 30 minute exercised evolved to a 3 hours study ^^"
    Btw, I highly recommend this movie, Saoirse is too awesome.

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    ---Very nice works, indeed... i'd like to draw actors/actress portrait, & really liked the way you did on "HANNA"..... GOOD LUCK FOR YOUR STUDY....

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    nice stuff i like your work although the mouth and nose could be slightly higher in some of your latest work.

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    Mag-Neo :Thank you a lot;
    Lukiza: I agree that the mouth should be a bit higher, but I think the nose is quite ok actually, Saoirse nose is like this. And thank you very much for checking my sketchbook, I'll pay more attention to that next time

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    hello

    i like your sketches. but some of your works don't have the same level. (like 26)
    the self portrait is nice

    you should also make longer strokes, this will force you concentrate on big forms.

    good luck with your next

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    Thank you very much for checking my sketchbook. About the level, the screencap from post 26 was from May and I spent few minutes on it, I've been studying everyday since then.
    Thanks for the tips, I'll be sure to put them in practice tonight.

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    Just got home from work, I'm way too tired, but I've managed to do few studies and also gave my first try at Sketch Up.

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    Good potential, but you have to work more if you want your to be as beautiful as you are.
    Tip: human skin have quite reflective power. So depending on environment it would tinted with ambient light. To give more life to imaginatine drawings of human or, actually any creature with skin use more than one-two hues. Use more saturation and contrast add accents etc.
    So, wish you luck, will check on you later.

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    Thank you so much for checking my sketchbook and for leaving feedback.
    I'll be doing more photo studies, I guess I was so focused in one type of study that I "forgot" color studies.
    I'll be putting more effort to them.

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    I really like that russian / scandinavian winter chick

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    @Rastaray: thank you very much
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    I did some "surfaces in spheres" studies, kinda random, but I learned a bit from it, had great fun creating brushes for the grass+earth one.
    So, I'm about to go on a trip, I'll be back on friday with some new stuff to upload, I swear. Hope you guys have a great week!

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    I just arrived from the trip, here are few studies I did:

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    WIP

    what I'm currently working on, pretty rough sketch, but this is Aurora

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