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Void Expression Study by Trigger--Happy Void Expression Study by Trigger--Happy
Just a sketch of Void's head, trying to work on his menacing scowl. I think I did pretty well because it scared the crap out of me! XD

ALL MATERIALS, CONCEPTS & CHARACTERS COPYRIGHT 2013 MATT STEVANUS
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED VOID AND MININOVA ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF STEVANUS STUDIOS INC.
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This isn't bad at all! There are some things I would consider when drawing him again, though.

His mouth is a tad bit wonky, and his ears should be lowered a bit.
If you're going for realistic, his mouth wouldn't be that perfectly arced, check out these images of scowls; images2.fanpop.com/image/photo.... images2.fanpop.com/image/photo....

Maybe lower his head too and make one eye more open than the other to really bring out his scowl. I would really like to see more of this character! Hope this helped!
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SEODrawsCartoons Jul 25, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Neat job here! ;)
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Trigger--Happy Jul 26, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Thank you very much!
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Lotusbandicoot Jul 25, 2013  Student General Artist
I still need to work on drawing realistic people... well, I somewhat am today. It's my jelly bean characters' heads with human bodies, basically. :XD:

But dang, this looks great!
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Trigger--Happy Jul 27, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Tell me about it! I have that problem too. Sometimes they come out alright and others, I can't draw humans for jack! 

Thank you! You really think? I mean it's not my worst example of human characters but it didn't end up the way I wanted. That's okay, I'll just have to work on that!
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Lotusbandicoot Jul 27, 2013  Student General Artist
Eh, no artist is ever PERFECT. You can never physically have limits.
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Trigger--Happy Jul 28, 2013  Professional Filmographer
That's true. I want to be able to get what I'm looking for on the first try in the future and I've learned that that means not thinking about what you're drawing and just letting it flow naturally. Thinking can lead to anxiety and anxiety leads to mistakes.
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Yo-Snap Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice! Maybe make part of his lip a little higher than the rest of his mouth (even to showing part of his gums) to make him look like he's snarling a bit.
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Trigger--Happy Jul 27, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Thank you! Actually, his lip is WAY too close to his nose. This didn't turn out exactly as I had hoped, so I'm putting myself through human drawing boot camp for the next few weeks. I'm going to draw nothing but humans until I become skilled with them. 
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Yo-Snap Jul 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I should, too. I'm terrible at all humans.
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Trigger--Happy Jul 27, 2013  Professional Filmographer
You're not bad at them, you draw some good human characters in a cartoony style and that's fine. I haven't seen you take a crack at realistic people, but if that isn't the direction you're interested in, who cares? I wouldn't say I'm bad, I just take a little longer to get them right. I do like how my next drawing of a certain favorite humanistic character is turning out, though!
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