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    Hello Gwen, great start - just keep it up! Practice the fundamentals (as you are doing) and just draw, draw, draw!
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    Your figure drawing is coming along really well! You've captured some great poses there, and they're very expressive! Keep it up!
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    Great start. Keep it going, and remember to focus on construction at this stage to help you improve.
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    You have strong structure of human figure, wow o_0 The lady with the mask is definitely my favorite one I can sense proper anatomy and the feeling of gravity You did a great job You know, you can go deeper in tone and increase the contrast a little bit. I think it would help your figure to pop out from the paper

    You don't need to care about time, though. Just relax, feel and continue adding details so the drawing looks best. Rome wasn't build in a day, right With time the drawing will get faster. Don't rush yourself

    The recent one has a strong base. You chose quite a simple pose but I think the tricky stuff is to make viewers feel "stretchy" about the muscle. The original lighting may be subtle, but you can always capture the basic light condition and later going more dramatic a bit It helps a lot, especially when the image often slightly gets fade if it comes to scanner and camera (I suffered that many times XP). Also, i think you can make the back leg darker the front one, you know-to give feeling of space The buttock can use more tone to give roundness
    That's all. Other, KEEP GOING, YOU ARE AMAZING Feel free to correct back my comment
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