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What's your hidden weakness when it comes to drawing comics? I'll tell you mine I'm not ashamed. lol

My greatest weakness is making the faces all look alike when I draw the same character on different panels with different angles and facial expressions.  I think if I had more time to draw then I wouldn't rush it.

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The female figure is one weakness I have in drawing for comics and in real life. I'm a man now but since I was a boy I'd draw super heroes and muscleMEN not women. I have to continually look at references to be able to draw the female figure in all the walking, talking, flying, sitting, running, get the idea, poses. I'm getting better with age and practice but it's still a challenge for me.
I have issues with scenery or backgrounds.


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