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The images in the first few posts were hosted on photobucket and are long gone now, so I will just delete them.
Last edited by Sady; November 12th, 2013 at 11:01 PM.
Good work here. That first post is my fav, lol is that a scene from Full Metal Jacket? good work.
nice works, eyes are one of the most important things on the face it's the first thing we look at, so take special care good work
Looking good. I believe you need to start paying more attention to how you align the left side of the face to the right, and not have an eye drooping, or being hiked up. Flip it upside down and hold it up to the light. As soon as you see it horizontally flipped, you know exactly where you are off. A lot of these are great, but you seem to be making a lot of minor alignment mistakes, and are building a lot of detail on a poor foundational sketch.
Keep them coming, you're doing great. The key to getting it perfect for you is to just make sure you have everything positioned where it should be, and to keep your eyes fresh on these drawings. Looking at the picture backwards helps a TON. If you do it digitally, you can simply flip it horizontal and keep drawing. On that note, it actually helps a lot to work on a picture a little flipped one way, then a little flipped the other, but thats digital..
My work: [link]
Depicting emotion is one of the hardest things when drawing, and you do it really well.
You got talent.
I'm curious, how big are you drawing these? It almost seems like it is on comic board, i believe its something like 10x18 or something if memory serves me right.
My work: [link]
I really like the intimate feeling of the portraits, I'll love to see more...