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    uhhhh..
    im not sure what to say.
    what are you trying to accomplish in the the pictures?
    are you trying to get used to the wacom?
    do you want a critique?

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    iam just start to use wacom and hands 3 days ago. sure i want hear the critiqe cause it helps me. so DO IT RIGHT NOW.

    forum do not understand my login in russian so i had to reregister. i am bfour now.

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    It's obvious that you are just starting out. Ask your self this: "Where do I want to go with my art? How far will I go? What do I have to do to accomplish my goals, and how important is this to me?"

    There isn't much to critique right now, we need to see more of your progress in order to attempt to push you in the right direction, so to speak. I could point out that your drawings are "off" or that they look "wrong" and that's all that anyone could give you right now.

    My biggest advise is to dwelve into the following aspects and learn to appreciate and value them for what they're worth:

    Anatomy
    Perspective
    Rendering (how to apply light and shadow to a shape in order to give it depht and subsance)
    Construction (search: loomis, kchen, fredrikflickstone)
    etc, etc (discover them yourself :p)

    One last thing. You don't need the wacom. It's cool and forgiving and, in my opinion, too much for beginners. Start out with the pencil. It's slightly forgiving and it takes time to get proficent with it. Trust me, once you can control the pencil, the digital medium it 20 times more comprehensive. Look up wes9000 and you'll see what i mean.

    Well, this was a long rant. Don't make me regret writing all this

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