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    Pilgrimage: One step at a time

    Scared shizless to start a sketch book here but i really want to improve so im going to stop being a punk about everything and dive right into this. at the moment i don't have many pictures to put up but here my most recent one. Comments and Crits most def welcome

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    Name:  value study copy.jpg
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    Nice start, but her eyes are too big - a common mistake to make, because they are so important and we pay so much attention to the eyes when looking at a face. Hers are even bigger than her mouth

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    i see now. thank you Olooriel. any more advice would be welcomed.

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    I really wish my scanner worked but here another sketch i worked out on Ps. i don't think i well ever get the hang of this.Name:  elf study copy.jpg
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    As a fellow beginner, i would recomend studying anatomy and figure drawing. It helps with pretty much everything else. I think a beginner should worry more about getting his fundamentals down, doing lots of studies, don't worry about producing finished pieces, it'll come to you. By fundamentals, i mean anatomy, perpective, understanding of form and light... all that good stuff. I recommend books by George Bridgman, like his Complete Guide to Drawing from Life. Also Andrew Loomis. Keep going, and keep strong.

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    some sketches Name:  524768_10200270847077648_1448618843_n.jpg
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    Agreeing with the previous commenteer, if you want to improve then you should really do the fundamentals. Facial anatomy will help you a lot, even if you choose to keep drawing anime style

    Please take a look at my Sketchbook! <- Comments are highly appreciated and returned C:
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