2. An overabundance of small fuzzy line.
Do not "pet" in your line, draw it cleanly with long sweep.
Do not shade with a multitude of little "pecky" strokes.
Use the side of the lead with the pencil laid almost flat for your modeling and shadows.
3. Features misplaced in a head.
Learn what the construction lines of the head are and how spaced. (See Head Drawing.)
Build the features into the correct spaces.
4. Rubbed and dirty, usually in a roll.
Spray with fixative. If on thin paper, mount on heavier stock.
Try never to break the surface of your paper. This is very bad. If you have done so,
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