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    Not much to crit here...
    Skull tells me that you need to draw a shitload from observation, so that's what you should do - draw whatever from observation, people preferably.
    Pay attention to the way shapes are, learn to see what stuff looks like instead of making up parts that you think you know.
    And use a spellcheck. Damn.

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    good start.... kepp working on shady works and geometry forms... hugs

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    That's where I was in November. Drawing people and things from observation all the time will help you improve a lot and quickly. Don't worry abotu details and shading at first, get the proportions and anatomy right then work on the details. You can have the best shading on a figure with terrible proportions and have it look like trash. I think everyone will tell you that, haha. But, starting a steckbook is the best way to improve. I'll check back in a couple days and see how you're doing. Best wishes.

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