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  04 April 2005
This might sound strange, but I find feeling my own face helps me in the placing of lights and shadows- I think 'Ok, this bit dips in, curve here...)

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  04 April 2005
Lots of great advice in this thread! One assignment my drawing teacher has given me is to draw the various features of the face over and over again, seperate from an entire face. This doesn't help with placement or overall proportions, but its great for breaking things down and studying the nuances of various features. Alot of personality and gesture is held in each minute feature!

  04 April 2005
Fantastic studies Cicinimo.
"There Really is No Secret"
Martin Brennand - mocha Product Manager - Imagineer Systems
  04 April 2005

Here is what happens when words are taken out of context:

Originally Posted by Enayla:
if you manage to pull the eyes off, the rest will follow more easily.

Cruel. Isn't it?!
  04 April 2005
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