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    More head studies, I will also start doing landscapes from time to time. This one is a work in progress

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    more head studies from references, I placed the lips too low on most of these
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    I don't like how this batch turned out. I'll have to watch Huston's videos again
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    Some drawings from imagination and ugly little doodles
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    Start of value studies with heads. I suck when I comes to getting my values right so this is perfect for me.
    Tomorrow I'll start rendering the head.

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    another value study, am still in the process of completing the head study, hopefully will post tommorrow

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    finally finished the landscape I started eariler
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    more stuff from imagination, more emphasis on creativity than correctness. I hope to redo many of these once my skill improves a lot more.

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    My initial value study psd file was corrupted
    So I'll be starting another. Though I am happy that my value estimates were better than last time.
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    finished this value study

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    rock studies
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    30 second figure drawings
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    Tree studies
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    animal skull studies
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    Nice to see some skulls and other foundation stuff here, but your shadows needs to be more darker, so what I suggest you to do is do still life, using one light source from life but before it watch these and make notes: https://youtu.be/V3WmrWUEIJo?t=1s and https://youtu.be/-dqGkHWC5IU?t=2s

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    more skull studies, I focused on also making my shadows darker
    also more figures
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    The last of the skulls for now, tbh I got very lazy with these two.
    Ill be drawing insects now and start using ink more.
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    figures, focused a bit more on chest
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    insect studies

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    rhino head study

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