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    Oil painting self portrait

    Alright its nowhere near being done the whole shirt and arm need to be defined i need to do something so that the background isnt going to be as flat, and i need to smooth out the face a bit. This is a really bad photo of the actual canvas under yellow and florecent dorm lights, but if you have anything youd like to see done to it or something you think can make it better, I'd love to hear.

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    Hmm. I notice that some planes, the plane from the cheek to the bridge of the nose, aren't in a strong highlight. Personally, I always thing it looks better to have that plane highlighted well. Hard to really say what I mean =\
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