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So, I'm trying to study human faces/anatomy more so... Just give me some feedback on what I could improve upon.

 

 

 

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so yeah. 

 

JUDGE ME

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I'm not an artist, so I think these look pretty darn good. :ooh:  One thing I do notice is that all of these faces have very similar shape: tall and slender. Perhaps one thing you could work on is other face shapes (more rounded, squattier, chin styles, droopy cheeks for older characters, etc.)

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When you're drawing, make sure that you rotate the head along with the face when the subject is looking over to the side. The second drawing, of the policeman, has his face turned to the side, but his head appears to continue facing forward. I think your third image is rather well done, you seem to have a good mastery of drawing someone from the side, but the problem is that this is a very flat view, and doesn't accurately reflect most poses (such as a 2/3rds rotation of the head, like you have in the first image.) The toughest thing I've seen people have had to cope with when drawing humans are feet and hands. I would recommend practicing those more if you can.

 

Practice, practice, practice! It seems like a decently good start so far, so just keep on going. :)

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I'm not an artist, so I think these look pretty darn good. :ooh:  One thing I do notice is that all of these faces have very similar shape: tall and slender. Perhaps one thing you could work on is other face shapes (more rounded, squattier, chin styles, droopy cheeks for older characters, etc.)

Thanks for pointing that out. :D I'll make sure to try that.

 

When you're drawing, make sure that you rotate the head along with the face when the subject is looking over to the side. The second drawing, of the policeman, has his face turned to the side, but his head appears to continue facing forward. I think your third image is rather well done, you seem to have a good mastery of drawing someone from the side, but the problem is that this is a very flat view, and doesn't accurately reflect most poses (such as a 2/3rds rotation of the head, like you have in the first image.) The toughest thing I've seen people have had to cope with when drawing humans are feet and hands. I would recommend practicing those more if you can.

 

Practice, practice, practice! It seems like a decently good start so far, so just keep on going. :)

 

I'm okay with feet and hands, I'm mainly trying to work from the upper body down and stuff. But your feedback is REALLY appreciated. Thank you for telling me these improvements.

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