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    Icon critique needed

    Been tweaking this for a while now, and i just want to know what looks off and such, not too sure if i did the nose area and the jaw well.

    am i missing the bottom teeth? just need me some pointers and stuff.

    wanted to draw a russian guy in the snow but sometimes i like to twist things up.

    So tell me what you think and thanks for viewing, i visit this site daily for inspiration and study. Never done art at school so I'm still teaching myself.

    Also done with 4h , 2b, 3b, 6b pencils i tend to switch through pencils off and on

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapxic View Post
    Been tweaking this for a while now, and i just want to know what looks off and such, not too sure if i did the nose area and the jaw well.

    am i missing the bottom teeth? just need me some pointers and stuff.
    I have to say I have no idea what you're missing or what you did well because I can't really tell what you were even trying to draw. I mean if he's some sort of monster, we can't know if he should have teeth or not, so you could elaborate what you were going for.

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    Well, since you mentioned that he's Russian, I am going to guess that he is maybe a Chernobyl victim...but that's just a guess, 'cause your illustration is very unclear, like TinyBird said.

    As for the drawing specifics, if I am reading it correctly, you are trying to show the bottom half of his face gone, with the upper gums and rotting teeth perched on top of the mandible. If that is the case, you need to go back and reference the skull anatomy, 'cause that mandible is way too wide.

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    Um, WHAT'S THAT POKING OUT OF HIS COAT?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell View Post
    Um, WHAT'S THAT POKING OUT OF HIS COAT?
    LOL! Didn't even notice that HAHA

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