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    Hey y'all!

    I'm another long time lurker, who finally decided to start her own sketchbook since I bought a scanner today so now I haven't got an excuse for not posting anything. Btw, I might need a lot of kicks in my ass, so get your feet or whatever ready!

    Well, I'm Hanna alias Happymaker, in three days I'm 18 years old and my big "dream" is working as a set decorator one day. On my journey I plan to study lots of architecture, still lifes, landscapes, perspective and the human body.

    C&C is HIGHLY appreciated, regarding the pictures of course, but as well about my english skills (trying to improve always)!

    May the force be with me!

    EDIT: gosh, I think I should resize the images next time

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    the church and the train-sketches are older stuff, the rest is more recent

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    Nice to see you finally starting a sketchbook!
    Man, I hope I could get a scanner haha... Right now I'm taking pics with my phone...
    Your English is great (coming from a Polish girl, but I'm sure the natives would say so too xD).
    I love the sketches, especially the hands. The lines are very soft and gentle (in contrast to my choppy ones lol), I like that. ^^
    I wish you best luck with your dream!!

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    thanks alicja I hope, I can make it come true...
    I LOVE your choppy lines, I wish I had more courage for that.

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    Haha I'm glad you like them, my art teacher told me that they look like I drew them with an axe instead of a pencil... ^^"
    Waiting for more stuff!

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    finally stopped procrastinating... I know, shame on me for not posting anything for four weeks ._.
    well, here are some crappy gestures, some more crappy gestures and two not that crappy gestures!

    I had to use fixative because the graphite would smudge whenever I closed my sketchbook - I sprayed a lot but it still smudges, any tips how to fix that problem?

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