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    Note: I decided to do my figure drawing exercises in pen from now on. I'll post these in bulk around weekends.

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    Taken from my phone, excuse the bad quality. I'm still trying to get the hang of sketching traditionally. I feel like using a pen instead of a pencil is messing me up, since I don't have a way to erase mistakes. Any advice would be appreciate.

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    Look'n good man. I really like those low angle head sketches.

    You can get really fine lines with a ballpoint pen. Try brushing it lightly above the paper until ink starts appearing, then keep that same height and speed until you need to go darker. It's a really satisfying way to model your forms. Also keep your tip clean. That helps a lot.
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    I'm using Stabilo point 88 fine 0,4. It's a bit thick anyway, so I know what you're saying. I definitely want a finger pen for this kind of sketching. When I did my drawings today it came out a little better...I think I was just rusty, in hindsight. Still, I'm having some issues with my accuracy when it comes to drawing what I see.

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    Nice to see you work from imagination. That Mr. Splits is low-key creepy.
    Come say Hi! I could always use a boost.

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    I want to start studying facial planes more closely. I'm also having some trouble with my drawing staying proportionally accurate.

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    I love the breakfast cereal comic. It makes me want to have some Fruity Pebbles.
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