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    You Lack Discpline!
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    If you want feedback is welcome
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    I TOLD YOU GESTURE DRAWING OKIIIIIIIII!!!!!!! NOWWWWW!!!!!

    oh and get some ref too otherwise I'll slap you silly.
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    your shading is improving. More hands!
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    As evil requested...Gestures!
    they look more like stick figures though.
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    Oki, there's a trick that can help when you're working from refs. Draw the 'negative space'. That means instead of drawing an arm, draw the space around the arm. By shifting your attention to something that doesn't have the label "arm", you will see it more accurately. The mind wants to draw symbols of things, but artists need to be able to draw what's actually there. That's a way to fool the mental symbol-generator.

    Good stuff, tho, keep going!
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    Thanks for the advice Zap ^_^

    I started drawing stuff from a book [mainly the woman] thanks for the suggestion Hito ^_^
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    some Eyes i did by myself...the kchen demo taught me all about these
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    Good start, at the moment your shading is a bit rough, you should vary it, darker/lighter, stronger/more flowing strokes. All in all looks real good, keep it up
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    thanks I'm gonna keep practicing ^_^
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    More Hands!!!
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    13 hands now...these were without refs.
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    the last hand says what i think
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