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    Not bad .. its a quickie.

    From the look of the strokes & blue-white gradient I guess this is ink on real paper ?

    Its very busy & swirly in the head area & on the floor (or whatever ground it is) .

    Okay in my opinion that makes sense but you are then describing the body shape very much just as an outline - maybe that was your idea but Id be tempted to give the figure more lines to describe the roundness of her body - to make her come more "alive" (in my opinion) .

    Of course the other thing you can oviously use for this kind of quick sketch - is charcoal - or maybe combine charcoal & white chalk together with some ink background or whatever ...

    Really like the two little lines suggesting chin & nose.

    Although maybe just ignore what I wrote .. & continue on drawing only the most neccessary lines to capture the impression you are getting .

    Just IMO

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    I appriciate your comment and crit.
    I actually didn't make a chin mark but,l whatever.

    I think white would be cool, but with 2 minutes theres only ink and paper to deal with. lol

    I am only dealing with contour and inner contour here, but I think with more time it could mean more filling in life.

    Thanks again!

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    This is the finished section, not a place for sketches. Maybe you should try the sketchbook area or the sketch and wip section.

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    yea, I guess your right, but it is a finished piece....

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    gorgeous.

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    Thanks!

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    indeed, nice work.

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    Thx. Your site is nice. The digital work is cool, looks traditional for the lanscapes.

    I find working in ink is very interesting. I have to make fast decisions but also let the movement do a lot of the work for me or I get to concerned with the over all look. Every once and awhile it turns out real nice!

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    Hey man, dont get me wrong, this is a wonderful gesture and I really like your line weight, but 2 minutes just isnt what this section is for. Id love to see you start a sketchbook however.

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    That's what I'll be doing with my life drawing! (Soonas I have time to upload some)

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    i understand, but I was under the immpression that a finished piece isn't dictacted by time lengh. not like it matters though. Thx for the comments. I should start a sketchbook!

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