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    Thanks, most useful!

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    Love the advice to avoid the Marvel Way to Draw a Head every once in awhile

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    wow thanks a milli
    great tutorial was especially helped by the lighting part of it

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    Talking I want to learn more

    I like the topic, I need to learn more about the volumes,light and shadows and the behaivor about this, so I put one image , is a exercise for me, for to learn more about the volumes, because is very confuse knows the volumes , the depht etc, in one surface for example the head, is more confuse when only I have one concept art whit out information and transfer to 3d programs i s very hard so i wanted made the head of the tutorial for learn If i can know the volumes inside the concept art.


    what do you thing about my exercise?

    thanks for the tutorial

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    Nice lesson. A pity that it's really difficult to read for people that are not english or american native speakers. I gived up...

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    Infinite awesome forever. D:

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