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So I've wanted to do art for a long while and only recently have been able to purchase a Drawing Tablet. Which is weird because now a few weeks later I have 3 of them accidentally. Anyways in my ambition I've decided to do at least one drawing a day.

I'm here to share some of those with you and accept critiques. I've been watching and studying artists for a long while too, so I can give critique too.

This thread is to help archive my improvement and to help myself improve.

And of course, if anyone else wants to participate in the whole "daily drawing as practice to get better" with me then feel free to post here too! We can archive our progress together!

Here's my most recent practice pieces!
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And here's a practice I lost a while ago that I was trying hard on (curse you programs for crashing whenever I alt-tab to look at a reference!
Just go here: >>3703139
I've been looking through there actually, but I don't see a lot of critique which is something I want more of. I'll keep lurking that thread though.
You want critique on the equivalent of middle school doodles?
Yea, basically. I know i'm pretty shit right now, and critique can help me not be shit.
Draw something that isn’t shit, then. Try a portrait or a figure drawing or a landscape or something. What you’re posting is uncritiqueable.
Will do, i'll try my best, even though it still might be shit in the end.
And grab a Loomis book while you're at it.
I suggest trying to draw something from reality, not imagination for now if you want critique. If you're drawing from imagination you can't really get a critique because nobody knows what you were trying to achieve.

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