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    The teeth scare me, somehow. Also, they don't fit anatomically. The right side slopes downward a bit. Otherwise, an awesome sketch! Keep 'em coming!

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    There is so much awesome stuff going on here, your values are nice and rich, you're getting a good 3d aspect, and each of your sketches have character to them. I'd recommend getting to know the human anatomy a bit better, and maybe to work on some blind contour sketches. Try to lay out your sketches before filling in the values, drawing with basic shapes. The proportions are a little bit off, and getting those basic shapes will strengthen the look overall. Awesome work, just offering those things which could be improved upon. Keep it up!

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    Heh, your Mona Lisa cracked me up. Very nice.
    I would consider doing some simpler practice of anatomy. Her eyes, that are a central part in the picture, being very well rendered seem crookedly placed.
    Also her cleavage, give some 3d to the cloth on top of the tits. They are round, squishy and bouncy! More dimension of boobs is important. Since boobs are important. Now post more stuff

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    what program are you using? I like your post on June 25th, 2007, 05:19 PM, just one thing, are you trying to squash and stretch different parts of the anatomy? if not keep up the great work. One more tip b 4 I go, I try and never use true white, or black, the contrast between the 2 colors is the most extreme of all.

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    Your drawings are all very stylised, all I can say is that life drawing and using references would help you alot.
    Having the ability to draw realistically allows you greater freedom when you choose to exagerate your images.

    There are areas of your images that appeal on a purely aesthetic level, but overall your anatomy is holding you back right now.
    Using reference or models isn't cheating.

    Look forward to seeing your improvement.

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    I'm sensing some Bollywood influence. Have you thought about using colour? Do you reply to any comments?


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    please give me some low down on my art look forward to new stuff

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    Man you really need to do some studies of structure and anatomy, URGENT!
    don't worry about rendering just do some studies, there are still plenty issues to correct

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    I guess if you want to develop you really need to do more studies, especially anatomy. You can always come back to a similar style as you are doing now, but with the proper foundations, it could be a lot better!

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    just comeing back to concept some stuff is old and new

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