good cut section of the face it works allows mystery in also its a good drawing
sorry i juggled up my coments here the wash works i didnt even notice it wasa wash and thats good instresting the two sets of hands the first on is more agresive there an emontional reaction to what you have seen the secend you have engaged with your eye and thoughts and is more passive and controled i like both i am let it be said cooper amused by the hair which i like but their is a poem of yours i read lasy year of the texture of a womans pubic hair a good poem but i see haie might be a theme or even an obsesseion this is good in art by the way but to quailfy for being an person who obsesses you need at leat twenty hairy drawings arround the same subject thought you might like to know that jack
when you are drawing the self portrait you're looking at the screen right? but its a mirror where you don't see your entiretyonly as your appearing by your hand on the wacom...possibly, that was athought
with some orthographic errors
I just sort of looked at my reflection to get a feel for how the cheek jogs when the glasses are at the right angle, and otherwise worked from memory. One of these days maybe I'll get good enough to draw something that actually looks like me. That latest is a decent approximation, but I still think no one who knows me well would glance at it and say, "Oh, it's you." "Lizard Boy" is probably the closest I've come to actually looking like an actual person--and I was working from a photo there.
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