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    A daily dose of Lolophine

    Hi everyone, i'm 19 and i love to draw stuffs
    I'm relatively new to the forums and hope everyone can give me critics to help me improve on my drawings I'm still a beginner when it comes to drawing so i hope you guys can help me with it.

    First one was a painting of a model which my friend found on google images. Can't seem to find the name of the model though. This was a photo reference.

    Second one was BoA a korean singer. This was also referenced from a photo of her album cover because my human anatomy skills are still weak so i still need to practice more on them.

    Shall upload more soon and probably do some quick sketching.
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    I really like the hair on the first one. These are nice. Maybe look at blending and softening without loosing the color you have. There seem to be some facial attributes missing around the eyes and mouth. I would suggest looking at your reference and ask yourself some questions about the form. These are great on the Macro side of things.

    lovely start.
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    ahh thanks for the critics. I've always used a standard chalk brush for all of my work so blending was a little hard because i was not used to using soft brush to blend. Shall work more on my human anatomy
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    a quick head study while reading andrew loomis' books. Not very good at it probably because im sleepy and procrastinating. Shall do somemore tomorrow.
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    Nice start, it's obvious that you can nail rendering pretty well at this stage. Don't hurry with these quick studies like in the latest post, try to understand forms, it'll help to improve. It's better to spend more time on actually learning the object than just quickly draw it.
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    thanks! actually i'm not really trying to draw things fast just that i drew it fast because i'm lazy when i drew the heads still got alot to practice! I'm now reading a Andrew Loomis book about heads. Very informative and helped me alot with my terrible anatomy
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    Try Bridgeman's guide to artistic anatomy, might help a lot too.
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    do you have the exact name for the book? or even better have the pdf version of it?
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    i love the first face you drew. The sketches are pretty good too. Good job
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    Quote Originally Posted by vinknight View Post
    do you have the exact name for the book? or even better have the pdf version of it?
    "Bridgeman's Complete Guide to Drawing from Life" You can easily download it from the internet.
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    @america220

    thanks i still need lots of practice;D

    @twell

    alright thanks shall check it up tonight!
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    another head study. this time i feel i'm getting better at drawing heads because it feels much smoother this time to draw one not alot of heads here because i spent most of the time reading books. Off to sleep!~
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    haven't been drawing for some time and yesterday i got the mood to draw again so i drew a picture of my classmate.
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