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Seguramente

Dimensional Dominator

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    2:36 AM, Thursday June 9th 2022

    Hello!

    I did the revised exercises with as much care as I could.

    I'm eager to read your comments.

    Bye.

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    2:06 AM, Saturday June 4th 2022

    Thank you for your reply.

    It is incredibly useful in the advice and steps to be taken.

    I will re-read and redo the forementioned exercises.

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    3:17 AM, Monday September 6th 2021

    Hey, I really like the pair of opposite textures that you made with the flowy, almost feathery hair and the face.

    I recommend that you avoid telling that you made mistakes upfront; that doesn't help "selling" your piece, though I honestly was surprised when I saw the good quality of your work.

    3:27 PM, Monday August 9th 2021

    Thank you very much for your feedback.

    I will continue to practice taking into consideration what I do good and what I can improve.

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    9:49 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    I really like the metaphor of shape.

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    9:47 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    I like to hear podcasts, as it feels like I'm working with another people around.

    I recommend Draftsmen, hosted by Stan Prokopenko (that Proko) and Marshall Vandruff (another really great art teacher).

    Also interesting is Nick Animation Podcast.

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    9:28 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    Thanks for sharing your work with us!

    It takes courage to show your art over the internet with strangers.

    You seem to enjoy expressing emotional states with your drawings, that's a good thing.

    Keep at it!

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    9:24 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    I understand.

    Sometimes I just make quick scribbly lines all over the place, with no meaning, just for the joy of seeing the pencil making marks, like a little child.

    It reminds me of "automatic drawing" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJYGFwGhHnA&ab_channel=Proko

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    9:22 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    It's really great for a mouse!

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    9:20 PM, Thursday August 5th 2021

    It looks great, don't worry about shading too much, that's the icing of the cake, as long as your picture is clear, all good.

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