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    Adam's sketchbook

    I'm a beginnner, i enjoy drawing and i draw these to improve, so all critique and comments are very welcome!

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    those studies are looking good - now do more!

    btw, are you following the Structure of Man series?
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    On the one with the 3 skeletons...The skull of the dude on the right doesn't look quite right. Draw and post more stuff.
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    yes yes more studies! good start your doing the right thing. just keep drawing, its the best practice
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    i'd like to see you post a full body. but looking good.
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    squidmon3j - yes, i've been following the Structure of Man series. It's a really great ressource.

    styler - ya, i see what you mean.

    Don-key - yeah, more are one the way..! : D

    Abdiel_lara - thanks, i will soon!

    here's some study of the neck
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    and a face
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    Double post ><
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    your line weight could vary a little more on these. The top two on #1 are fairly consistant near the neck. The eyes on the bottom image could be slightly darker. (...well the right eye). Good studies though...keep up the good work.
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    nice to see you getting right into it. try and use a ruler when you do the ones that are supposed to match up, all the little details will come together much better. great start, welcome to the group.
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    Your last head, watch the eyes. they, are, OFF.
    next time you do a head try to imagine what it looks like and if you cant, go study anatomy
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    Styler & Pistol - hehe, i see what you mean

    kawakaze - So i did, thanks for the advice..!

    I haven't uploaded anything for days now, but not to worry, i've been drawing alot. Heads and torso mostly, and i drew portraits of my parents.

    I've been doing some anatomy studies, so i wanted to get a better grip on the skeleton. Hehe, i might have used too much time on it, to actually remember the bits and pieces in perspective, but ohwell.
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    Since i've been drawing so much, i wanted to get some different pencils and a sketchbook, so i was all bigspender today, and went and bought some. My first try at shadowing, did these two tonight, done from other drawings:
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    the lips and nose do not seem to go together properly on the 1st face.
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    styler - yeah, perhaps the ditch between the lips and nose should have been on a slightly more horizontal angle. Thanks.

    Just finished this one
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