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    V's Sketchbook

    Hi. New to the forum and not necessarily looking for a lot of critique, so please be gentle.

    I don't get to draw as much as I'd like due to some personal difficulties, but it is something I enjoy and want
    to work at more and more. I'm looking to enroll in some classes in my area (Dallas Metro) or find someone who teaches private lessons because I really need the practice. I think thats my main goal in this sketchbook. It gives me motivation to draw.











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    welcome to the mix. studying some facial anatomy would help you out big time. you seem well on your way, lets see some more!

    I self-published a book on the fundamentals of drawing from life.

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    Not bad! Not bad at all. keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetpack42
    welcome to the mix. studying some facial anatomy would help you out big time. you seem well on your way, lets see some more!
    Having my foothold more in anime than western art, my faces are very rarely accurate as far as anatomy goes, so don't expect my art to be as realistic or eh, literal was a lot of the art you're used to.

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    And this is just getting some colors down on a sketchie for a mascot I'm working on for an anime convention's contest.





    You didn't seriously think I'd leave her with no hair did you?

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