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    my random stuff :)

    first sketchbook
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    cool start, looking forward to more. also I can sympathize with your struggle to stay away from the internet... its not easy! good luck

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    I really like the way you drew the eyes in those two drawings. And I quite enjoy your pencil style in the second. I certainly hope to see more. Maybe full body characters?

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    WRAppiii - I know right? I go on the net looking for inspiration or some instruction materials and end up looking at puppies chasing a laser beam on youtube ! good luck to you too with your work ! keep at it ! don`t give up !

    [Rh˙nn] - hahahaha you got me there ! bodies are my achilles heel ;P !!!
    seriously need to get me to a live class and buy some good anatomy books
    thanks for posting ! looking forward to hearing from you again !

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    friday sketch dump

    Friday sketch dump !
    not much, need to find time to do more !

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    Tuesday's sketch ... an idea for a painting

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    Oh how I love the hard/black vs thin/weak pencil lines! You draw gorgeous eyes, they're so deep and lifelike.

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    wow thanks JaneMag ! your sketchbook is awesome btw !

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    need to step out of my comfort zone and do more full body stuff

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    reading the biography of Catherine The Great at the moment...I guess you can sort of tell...

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    I like the sketches of the bearded guys and the eyes study. Keep it up.


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    thanks ! I appreciate it !
    you too ! keep up the good work

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    Your pencil work is quite nice and I think you're on your way. That said, one thing I'm noticing is that your faces all seem to be very similar. Maybe it's just the way you draw eyes, but it'd be good to include some variety too. Try drawing people of different ages and different backgrounds. For a fun resource, check out this site:

    http://facity.com/

    Other than that, studying facial structure (like skulls, facial proportions, planes, etc) would be helpful.

    Keep up the good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by worldintheevening View Post
    hi syrella
    thanks for your remarks and the link.
    the link is cool although all the faces seem to be frontal views...which can be very limiting and a tad boring...thanks though
    Yeah, sorry. They are! Hehe.

    Here's another few sites to check out:
    http://www.lovecastle.org/draw/ (Has heads-only gesture drawing)
    http://eyedrawthings.com/?page_id=3 (lots of good facial expressions)
    http://www.pixelovely.com/gesture/figuredrawing.php (gesture drawing)

    Obviously drawing from life is best whenever possible. But seeing as how we don't always have an army of models waiting to be drawn, photographs can be helpful.

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    new stuff

    two new drawings

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