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    Unhappy A long long time a go

    This is from about 7 years ago when i had time to draw.
    I am beginning to draw again, but first let me show you tha old ones.
    Here they are
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    Leave a crit please

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    Talking einstein in da house!

    Haha you goanna show some contrast soon i quess
    Show me your new worX! hehe

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    i want some feedback please. What do i need to improve ???????

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    There's some good work coming through here. You've used a lot of photo' reference, and in the end nothing beats real 'life drawing', which if possible do as much as you can. Concentrate on getting 'form' down on paper, not detail. You can work into the image later once anatomy and lighting are working, something I ought to do more often! It's difficult to crit these without the source material, but the Einstein pic sure looks like the original, just don't be affraid to make marks.

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    construction

    Yeah, don't be afraid to make marks and let your hand run free. Think about drawing things in 3d and use construction lines to develop your form first. So don't just draw a circle/oval to start drawing the head but draw a sphere.

    There are a lot of drawing books out there with this type of knowledge, but I really like using Andrew Loomis's Figure Drawing for all it's worth. It's got me point in the right direction for now.

    Anyway, it seems like your on the right path.

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    Poshspice>
    Thanks for your reply and tips. I am sorry but i dont have the reference material anymore. The first 2 drawings where don without reference..
    Yes iam still trying to find my on style.
    I should have drawn more in last sic years ......

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