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    Pain and pleasure-Laurentius' sketchbook

    Hello and welcome to my sketchbook. I figured its high time that I got over my fear of humiliating myself and show others here what my sketchbook looks like. I hope that I can grow and contribute something here. Most of these are studies from books and quick sketches of people on the train. I'm going to try and put something out at least everyday.

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    Allo mate, try making the images way smaller they barely fit in my screen...

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    Hey there. Warm welcome to CA! I think you are on the right track. You could benefit from some facial anatomy studies...the eyes and lips seem a bit too narrow, and you don't always have to draw dark lines all the way around the lips, just accentuate them, you'd be surprised how much better it will look! For example...the top lip usually has the shadowing and there is a distinctive definition right underneath the center of the bottom lip above the chin. Anyway food for thought at least!

    I'd like to see something from you without the sketchy lines. Take the sketches a step further. Have you any finished cleaned up works?

    "Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter." -Oscar Wilde

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    Woah dude, these are huge! its hard to see your drawings when theyre so gigantic. Don't go over your line so much!

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    Hello I've made these smaller this time around(half the resolution). These are really ugly compared to some of the other peoples work here. the third one is a work in progress(I kinda feel ashamed to call it that).

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    Thx for dropping by my SB, mate. You're on the right track with the studies of basic shapes there. Keep up the hard work and you will notice progress in no time. Do try to focus your studies however. Don't jump around too much or the knowledge won't sink into you.

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