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I like how this artist renders metal in objects

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follow-up questions:
What can I focus on
How long should I spend on them (my local ones only offer up to 40 minute poses, very rarely an hour)
When is a life study "done"
What order should my learning take (gesture or anatomy first etc)
What is the general point of life drawing
how do I get better at it

And finally, if anyone has any resources related to getting more out of a session, that would be great. I feel like I'm spinning my wheels, sometimes I feel like a bad camera or photocopy machine.

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