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    critiques on my first drawing

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    hi

    i just finished this sword

    it is my first drawing and i want to get enough critiques to improve myself

    can you help me please

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    Can you paint it and make those black lines disappear?

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    Your first drawing! Ever? Didn't you draw as a child? Or do you mean this is the first drawing where you felt that you have a set a goal that you want to improve? Anyhow at this point in your progress I just think that you should knock yourself out and draw for the fun of it. But if you feel that you want to improve your skills I would suggest doing some drawing from life. Start with some still life. Take some simple object that you think looks neat and put it under a clear light sourse, and try to draw it the best you can with a regular pen and paper. That is the best way start.

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    Get books by Andrew Loomis, a pack of cheap paper, some pencils, and study structural drawing method.

    You'll generally need about 1000 drawings before you produce anything that could be improved by critique.

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