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    Turning frownies into smilies.

    Started really taking a serious interest in drawing over 10 years ago, but now at almost a quarter of a century old you wouldn't know it. I'm starting to notice the abundance of flaws more and more each day, my range is very limited (I struggle with perspective, mechanical objects, bodies at different angles and putting things into environments, lighting...).

    It's clear that I haven't worked hard enough or studied enough, and I would like to change that, tackle the things that are holding me back.
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    Welcome & good luck on your journey! I'm also in a similar situation...feeel like i'm nowhere near where i need to be! Lets see some more stuff!
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