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    boring

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    While I figure out how to change the size of attachments (Is it possible?) here is some of my very much unexperienced sketches: http://imgur.com/a/CQDGH

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    Nice shading. Keep 'em coming.

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    Some stuff
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    Nice drawings! they all look pretty solid and structural to me. I ask this question a lot but what are your art goals? What kind of things would you like to be creating?

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    Hey thanks for the nice feedback! My art goals? Hmm... I've never really thought about it to be honest. I think in the end I would just love to tell great stories (Like everyone else, right? Ahaha). I don't think I want to go into animation. Illustration or concept art possibly, I don't think I'll know until I've tried a little bit of everything.

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    These are some beautiful sketches. Simple mass lights and shadows describe the form so well. Do you draw much from life? With fast sketching skills like you've shown you'd have a right field day sketching in public places.

    Good luck and I look forward to seeing more.

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    Super expressive lines dude. Great work, id say your far beyond a beginner : P
    Keep posting im excited to see moreee

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    Some more crappy sketches
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    Also thank you Braydan and Koiz-Turu

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    Not a good day. Many interruptions and distractions and didn't do much. Learning figure for the first time. Some.... No, most proportions are off.
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    Great sketches man. The facial features are well spaced and the lines are so clean! Figure proportions are weird at first because there are a lot of things to remember but as you show in your portraits, you eventually develop a sense of where everything goes.

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    really busy day, didn't get much done. most of these are sketches of people on a train, some imagination, some with things added to them.
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