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    Colored Pencils and much needed help

    This is a old comic book type character i made up.
    The only colors i have are like colored pencils and things i was wonder how you guys get this pictures to have such clean color...
    Colored Pencils and much needed help

    This is newer and last time people commited on my anatomy saying i should fix it.
    This drawing the same thing with the colored pencils
    Colored Pencils and much needed help

    Three more Things

    One. I need to learn how to stop making short sketchy lines all of the time its become a habit.

    Two. It doesn't matter how good the idea is i have it always seems to come out mediocre in my eyes i want my work to be Bloaw! ya kno.

    Three. i need to upgrade my picture quality from colored pencil if you have any tips or suggestions im game.

    Im just a boy tryna get ahead of the game. I'm one of the best at my school but here thats a different story.

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    looks like a great start! i recommend spending time coloring simple objects like spheres, cubes, etc. w/ your pencils to get a feel of how to depict life.

    also, a little tidbit-you can use turpentine to blend colored pencils if they are wax based...careful, make sure the room is well ventilated...it can make you literally go crazy. 97% isopropyl alchohol also can do blending to a degree, not as good as turpentine though.

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