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    Guess I'll be the first to say "Welcome SatelliteNoodles!"

    You look like you're off to a good start, just keep on working and you'll improve everyday.

    One thing you might want to look out for on faces, such as the the one in your second post, is the structure of the eye. I can see that you're getting the idea of the eye as a sphere, but remember that eyelids are solid 3D forms as well that wrap around the eye. Her left (our right) eye is flattened in part because of this.

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    Hey Tim! thanks for the feedback, I admit I forgot to keep that in mind.

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    Good start. Though try and be a bit more careful of your line quality when drawing, and remember not to make people's heads too small.

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    Somehow, this is the only thing I made for the day.

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    I'm starting to read anatomy stuff now unlike before I "only" observe aaaand, I think I'm getting the feel a "bit" about "why those legs have bumps on certain places" lololol

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    more on paper...

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