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    Oh , and what are some other things other than construction work , that i can work on ?
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    I think the main frustration isn't where to start - everyone with an interest in art has already started in some way - it's, for me, when to move on. It's all well and good to tell someone what to do to begin with but after they've drawn a thousand triangles and lines using the whole arm it's hard to see how that relates to the eventual goal of being good.

    Best advice, IMO, is what Silwynar and qlotzan said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phelestic View Post
    What do you mean by construction drawing ? I think I should do eye , nose , and mouth studies , because I'm really bad at those ... And I really don't know whats construction drawing , so please give me some advice ...
    Thanksverymuch ^^
    Construction drawing is when you build your figure/object out of basic shapes first before moving onto the details. Helps give your subjects more solidity and can help when you are trying to tackle tricky things like perspective.

    here is an example

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    Ohkay guys , I will work hard
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