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    Last hope?

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    Sorry to hear about your confidence issues, I think a lot of people can relate.

    From what you have posted you seem to have a solid start in drawing, and if you continue practicing you will definitely get better. I hope to see more, good luck.

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    Thank you!

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    I have a confidence issue too, u are not alone. keep skething everyday and u will improve for sure . dont let the progress deter you, you will improve with time

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    Back again

    Hi, haven't been here for a while. But I DID practise. Here are photos of some my works [my scanner isn't able to scan it -_- ]...

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    Very nice drawings, one thing i would suggest is trying to use the side of your pencil when you draw or practice diffrent techniques. link related it helped me out some.

    http://chiseledrocks.com/main/musing...old_the_pencil

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    Octic, thank you. That link looks useful

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    Just a little... something

    O_o O_O

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    Nice robot. Your coloring is adding personality one line at a time, and it shows you can do quite well. Now, what you want to do is do as much as you're able. It's like running, your own pace and your own way to a goal that's always one step closer.

    As for confidence? You're definitely in the right place considering it's something we all have to go through in one form or another. You're among friends, and I hope you find your place in the grand scheme.

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    Your studies are looking nice, all you have to do is refine your shading technique, for now it's a bit rough, the pencil strokes are too visible..
    Also make sure that at all times, your strokes are following the shape of the object you did it well in the apples, but not so well on the pear or corkscrew... and you shaded soda cans vertically, when you could have shaded them horizontally and emphasize their roundness that way

    Keep it up, and try to free yourself. I still have some confidence issues occasionally so I know how crippling it can be, but just try to have fun

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    New drawings, this time with models. Picture of spoons wasn't taken from the right angle -_- Sorry about that...

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