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Thread: Beginning perspectives

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    Beginning perspectives

    I learned doing the portrait of Isobel to stop at the sketch and look for perspective issues. This is her brother, Robert. I would like feed back especially on the basics. Is his nose where it belongs? are his eyes in roughly the right place. You, know does it resemble a human being? ;D
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  2. Hi Squirls,
    You may want to increase the size of the left eye (his left not ours) and extend the line a little on the right nostril. Otherwise a very nice drawing. (I assume his tie is supposed to look like that).

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    His left eye may be a tad high compared to right...

    .......... left eye may also be a bit too far from nose

    the drawing captures the subject's expression very well !!!
    Last edited by mjerryfuerst; 03-08-2010 at 07:21 AM.

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    Thanks for the input! I see the problem with the distance from the nose, that's an easy fix. I will work on the eye size. And yes, his tie was tied very well. I thought it was part of the charm of the picture.

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    update

    I played with the nose, & eyes. I also started to play with color.Better? worse?
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