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Skull Study I just did in graphite and inktense pencil. When in Doubt - Skull it out. Please Crit!
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>>3972097
You need to study your subject - the jaw is too big.
And you need to stop doing those heavy pencil lines. Do not press hard on the paper. If you need a darker line use a B pencil instead of HB.

TL;DR you need to draw what you see, not what you know you see.
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>>3972097
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>>3972108
Are you saying the line is too dark? Or that i pressed too hard?
The paper is wrinkled because I painted water onto it to activate the ink colors, Ddi you see the wrinkles and think I pressed very hard? I'm asking how you can tell the lines are too hard.

I did a comparison with the reference images - yeah my jaw is way too wide and the teeth are too small (both top and bottom) leading to big expanses of bone there.

thanks
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>>3972136
Yes, you pressed too hard when you drew. It is a beginner mistake. Invest in B pencils if you want a bold line, do not press the pencil into the paper when you draw. And invest in better paper.



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