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    Try to get better

    Hello, I am new here I was hoping I could get some feedback on my work and try to improve on a lot of things. Bodies, shading, and faces are my biggest three that I want to tackle them here. So here is some work I might upload here in a consistent period.
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    Anyway I hope to learn alot!
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    Hey! Welcome to the Forum! I recommend drawing objects from life to help you, and also I'd also try to think more about how hair works, the last picture of the guy with spiky hair could use more of a sense of form. The fact the spikes are quite a few evenly sized spikes make it look unnatural as well. More complicated things like faces will come easier if you draw objects.

    Proko on Youtube has fantastic resources on drawing faces. The Loomis book Drawing the Head and Hands also gets recommended here a lot.

    For drawing the head, you might want to practice drawing a skull and learning the parts of the skull and the muscles of the face.

    Also, it would be much easier to see your images if you resize them.

    I hope you stay around and I really want to see you improve and progress!
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