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    Timpas Mugglies (Daily Update)

    Inspired by Mr. Android himself, I shall commence on a SP Journey, probably not a 1000, but, I will be updating EVERY day a while.

    OK, so this Is my first real SP, wherer Ive taken it seroiusly. Took awhile, bout 3 hrs, but Im setting a timelimit, only because I get lost and all of a sudden 3 hrs have passed and Im like "what happened"

    So first one, I had trouble with the values, Kraft paper is shit, but fun to draw on! Also, Its seems to me to be a bit too leaning.
    And I have a stick in my neck, googly eyes and a very strange Adams apple. Yea, the picture really captured my features alright.

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    And here is the second one, started good, but had a problem with the eyes, so I put them in later, which, inevitably fucked it up.

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    Hello, Tim! very nice portrait of you, good similarity, and I really like the expression with which you are looking from the paper. It's alive, persistent, intense, you have a question in your eyes.

    Speaking about eyes. I don't know if your eyes are realyy set with a little angle to vertical line of your nose, like your eye from my right side, its outside corner is lower than inner one. So the other eye should be slightly slanted with inner corner of eye higher than the opposite one. Well, it's not a big thing anyway and I might be wrong.
    This portrait has hints on a character, this stretched neck, straitforward, searching for contact glance, tension in many muscles, especially the sad wrinkle between your eyebrows, wind tossed hair. Yes, looks like you are walking in the cold windy day and you are full of sad thoughts, or worried, or thinking very persistently about something, not pleasant thoughts.
    You should be proud, very emotional portrait.
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    not bad man i like it. For the next one do one where it looks more like you are a strung out heroin junkie. that was my impression of you. also did your dad beat you for losing his camera
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    Thanks Sve and Winjer. I was tryin to look hard, hehe, maybe I come off as if im contemplating suicide every day at the bus stop...
    Haha, no but I did have to pay for a new one. No big deal, until I was in the store, got the camera, looked to my left, and saw the new 30 gb Ipod with colorscreen for 50 buck LESS than the camera that I just bought. So I coulda been sittin here lookin at that. Damn it!
    Ok the time limit today went out the window, spent about 5 hours on this bastard, trying to learn waters. I was gonna do a painting today aswell...

    I no now NOT to overwork them. Im goin Arkadystyle for my next one. I have yesterdays here, but Its not done, eyes and nose are givin me gripe. As with this one. But its like 90% complete, so I aint slackin! Much.
    I promise that Ill do a dirty heroin pic for ja Winj!

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    Hey great start man!!
    The Eyes seems a little bit to big in the last one!
    And I dont really think that ur sternocleidomastoideus
    muscle is so strong. But hey the best tip I can give ist
    just keep doin this daily and u'll see so much success in
    short time!! Is good that u start with colors!! Keep on doin!!
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    A face is great in my opinion, on the last one, well maybe lower lip is too brigtht. Neck looks a little flat though. I like how you did hair texture. You are very hansome, you know that ?
    Sveta dudetta
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    Thanks for the kind words Sveta, Ill try and keep volume and lighting in mind for the next one!
    My eye seems to have wondered off a little to the right.
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    Not bad Tim...these seem to be improving with each one. One thing I might do is hold up the drawing to a mirror...this way you can see things that are lopsided or off a lil bit. Stuff you may not catch right away.
    Oh..I am gonna send ya a PM soon...aren't you excited
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    My eyes keep gettin odd alignements. Better check that for the next one.
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    Fast! For me anyway, 30 min. I had to force myself, and it shows, proportions are abit off, I reckon Ive got some features from clouseau in the pinkpanther cartoons goin on! And I just noticed how I have whiskers...

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    As fast and without thougth as I could. Hmm, maybe the next one... by the way, this didnt start out a a SP.
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