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About dragons, that's all that's worth mentioning.
Screwed up shiny balls
The colour choices bother me, because you have a very clear iconic/stereotypical sun/fire thing going on in the hair, but then it's not really continued anywhere else in the design and all the...
Well, unfortunately that is the logical evolution of basically all sites as they gain more members. It has, what, maybe 20 million users now and the majority of those are not good artists, and it's...
Stuff from a project I had to cancel
And, not a colour crit but what bothers me is that this doesn't really look like a group, it looks like 3,5 separately drawn characters that just happen to be drawn bit too close to each other....
Well, the composition is very boring, you have basically smacked the subject in the middle of the image, and she's surrounded by boring, empty space. Also on terms of values, there's no clear point...
My problem with the image is that the light doesn't really look like light, and more like that there's yellow colour, like paint, splashed on the girls face. None of the shadows on her seem to take...
The image is too big, resize it to be max 900px wide.
What did you base your design decisions in? What is this character supposed to come off as?
Go to deviantart, find images you'd like to model, contact the artists and ask for permission.
Well, does the things the creature has any function, and does its form allow that function? Like in the second sketch, it's basically a chameleon with wings stuck on it, but the chameleon's form is...
...Peacock IS a bird. It has completely normal, if small, bird wings already.
Anyway, first, the image is WAY too large, make it max 1000px wide so people can actually see the image fully....
"Perspective! For Comic Book Artists"
Though as we can't see what level your artwork is and what you do, it's hard to give very deep advice on how to improve your situation.
Ok, you REALLY should understand that it's hard for people to take your apologies as sincere ones when you basically use all of your apologies to also badmouth the artist at the same time because you...
Yes... if you draw large enough. Use an A3/A2 paper and you definitely have enough space to add details.
If your image requires it to be viewed like that, it's not really working, since you can't control how people look at your image, like if I were to view this in my phone, I doubt whether I would have...
I really can't see any creature in the image.
...measuring? I don't really get what you mean with "outlines", do you mean you use a too thick pencil/pen, or? It'd be easier if you'd show us one of your actual drawings.
1. No, it's not too late, you still have around 40 years time to work in your life. However if you're a beginner, you just can't expect to get work immediately, choose a reasonable goal on when you'd...