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RE: Life and Photos

Your art references—whether photos, direct observations or memories—are your means of getting the information necessary to draw your portrait. Drawing from life offers the greatest opportunity to get that information. You can walk around, see and sometimes even touch your reference. If you start your drawing and realize that you need to be just a few inches closer or at a slightly different angle, you can

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