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    Need assistance, beginner

    Hello everyone, I am very new to art
    I have uploaded a picture of my art..i really think that something is technically wrong with it.
    Please share your valuable comments and help me improve. Thank you so much Name:  Photo on 2012-11-21 at 20.25.jpg
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    You're right and this would probably be better in the WIP's section.

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    Moved. The head is too big or body too short. How is the hand resting on the chair attached to his shoulder? But it's a start. Begin a sketchbook here and draw tons more. Have fun learning.


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    What's wrong is that you are trying to draw lines, and you need to build a volume.

    Get "Successful Drawing" by Loomis, "Perspective Made Easy" by Norling, and perhaps "Cartoon Animation" by Blair, and do structural drawing exercises.

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