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    Some good action poses and I like your faces with the sketchy lines. One big area of improvement would be to give more form to the shapes making up the body. You have a start in the head - next step would be to make the head seem solid instead of being flat (this does take a lot of time, practice, and understanding why it works the way it does, so no immediate hurry). As for not making it a career, that's fine. I'm just a hobby artist now, but I'm still working on self-improvement. It's fun just being able to draw.
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    You have a point, but I don't think my heads are completely flat? But besides I concede that in terms of comparison with actual heads -or relatively realistic heads, mines are pretty simple.

    I need to look up Loomis or some building system that works for me.

    Also also, digital practice. No reference.
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    skull studies.

    the most difficult part is defining the temporal/malar/maxilla bones, and translating all these studies into something useful for actually drawing the head. getting there.
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    attempts at digital, PAINFUL attempts at digital
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    a more serious practice with Joan of Arc. 5 hours spent on this.

    it's frustrating that things don't look like you want them to, but at least this has amounted some experience of Photoshop.
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    Anatomy practice.
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