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    Sketchbook of things and stuff

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    My first bumbling attempts at portrait drawing show my early incorrect assumption that it would be a good idea to emphasize form by adding black outlines.

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    These two pieces showcase what it looks like if one 1: does not know how to draw facial features, and 2: does not know how to place them correctly.
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    So the next logical step was to practice said features.
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    Another portrait that would fit the category 'nice try'.
    All these paintings are from the beginning of the year. Around January- February.
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    There actually existed a partly rendered version of this one but in the middle of drawing i got so frustrated i deleted it. The structure of the lips is so bad it made her look like an Orang-Utan every time i tried to render them.
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    These are the first drawings i was genuinely pleased with.
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    And speaking of Orang-Utans, the drawings above where to be followed by this abomination.
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    After the failure above i concentrated on learning to understand the underlying structure of the face so i wouldn't have to rely on luck while placing the facial features. The result of my efforts was this drawing.
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    Even though the reference was CLEARY a woman i was quite happy with the outcome. It seems like i drew a handsome man instead of a woman.
    It was definitly time to study how to make a face more feminine.
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    Figuring out how to draw a face unmasculine seems to have worked out. The rendering is very sloppy and doesn't work in many parts but at least this time i didn't make a man out of a woman.
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    Not much to say on these three. It's a happy black woman, a woman with a creepy look and a black gentleman with a sloppy rendered hat.
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    A few sketches.
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    A drawing i did this afternoon.
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    The fact that the woman on my last drawing looks like an old school teacher of mine makes me uncomfortable to say the least.
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    A few warmup sketches.

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