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    Hey guys, 35 minute charcoal self portrait study from life. What do you think?

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    I think it's a great peace of work on the technical side, but how's the resemblance? (The angle of your avatar doesn't really allow any comparison)

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    Your forehead looks awfully straight, that's the only thing that stood out to me. But you probably do look like that, wanna link the reference pic?

    I think the shadow under his chin can be a tad darker. What I think:
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    Of course, I can't be sure, just think it should be that way.

    I really love this one btw, you obviously have a good grasp of the form of the human face to protray such gorgeous shadows.

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    No reference pic, this was done from life. The forehead is a bit too long, and it doesnt really look that much like me, but I think it still gives the impression that it is a conscious being looking out from the paper, which is what I was really trying to achieve. Thanks for the comments guys, Ill do some more and post them soon.

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