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    It looks way better after faust's point about the face shape. Did you say the girl was done without a reference?? Pretty good if that was from the head. Lets see how much more it could improve if I could find you a reference. Just looking at it, the first things which looks wrong is the nose and the forehead.

    There are different types of noses, but there are no noses that curve up like a bowl at the bottom. You're missing the flaps of skin beside your nostrils. The deep shadow, you added, improved the depth, but the shadow you added wasn't correct. Now the nose looks like a narrow box on top of the face. Nose shadows are never straight. Because the nose is a gentle slant, shadows should be a slant too. The planes shouldn't be an abrupt change from dark to light on the nose.

    Forehead, she has a massive one right now. See HEREwhere I put the red line, that's where the forehead should end and begin curving back/where hair starts. (please excuse bad photoshopping)

    And for reference, not QUITE your head tilt exactly, but should be enough to see a reference for a real nose . click here

    i'm out, sorry for taking so long to do a real critique. ;D been busy with school. I'm on holiday for a week starting today. so expect more from moi.

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    less writing, more drawing!

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    Thanks all of you for help (I fill like in critiqe center )
    So I've worked with it a litle bit.... but I'll have to work much longer...
    I've fucked up the hair (they are lower, but look awful)
    When it's going to proportions (witch are bad here): I think, that there is nothing ideal in nature (even Nataly Portman has crooked chin)
    Now I'm washed-out after school, so I have to make a break... and I forgot to add some of your advices to my drawing... Sorry, and keep it in mind, that I'll make it better latter... See Ya
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    It looks good, but follow the light when your shading. Go deeper in your values and add some highlights.
    Other than that, your enviros look awsome !!

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    The nose is looking much much better now, although I think the right cheek is still a bit flat. The hair is looking more like a veil at the moment - I thought that was what it was when I saw your first version, and made her character instantly interesting Perhaps its the way that its clinging to the right side of her face instead of falling more downwards, and seems to connect under her chin?

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    oy flowers very nice!

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    agreed, how long did that take??

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    Chichigo: round 2o-3o minutes each...

    And my bed doodle: I'm ill and I made that "robot" in laying position... I had no Idea what to draw... so don't be suprised
    P.S. VERY loose doodle...
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    Wow, those flowers a beautiful and so detailed!

    Interesting robot thingy, looks like it was fun to draw.

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    Nice robot! I take you are right-handed? Drawing is a bit leaning to the right.

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    Self Caricature
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    AHAHAHAHA! Nice hat, D00D!
    You still doing the art-cursus?

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