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    my good old thingy in my drawer lol



    Hm... I don't know how to describe this, but, really, I don't know. That time I spent like 2 weeks drawing it over the holidays, got tired and couldn't continue.

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    first off, I don't even know what that object is in the middle. Give a clue and I might be able to critique it. However, I feel your composition is lacking. You should try to establish a foreground, middle ground, and background. Try not to center everything and make it so symmetrical. Look at rain (not a drop of water but real rainfall). Turn your objects slightly to give it a little sense of depth. Play around with overlapping objects. Look up color theory. I can tell you spent a lot of time of the fork and knife and were actually looking at them when drawing them. Do that for everything in your picture. Good luck.

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    my fault, it's suppose to be based on my friend's character.
    (I'll reply about the critique later, need some thought about it )

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    Eyewitness critism

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    Hm ok time to reply both of you. Sorry about last time, I was basically studying like a mad girl rofl.

    When I really look back at this artwork, thinking of the times that I actually figure out what's going on. Oh crap it's not that good in my eyes lol. When I drew that object at the middle I guess I really didn't have idea what that is, but I had a vague draft of it when I started out, which is too bad that I lost it . From both of your comments I'll make a guess that there are problems with the colouring of him, if I'm correct?

    I paid attention to the highlights of the folk and knife, I guess it paid off ... I'll work on it.

    Depth issue... I'll take this to account

    When I draw that raincloud I thought of a chicken stick, but then, most people tend to say it's a fish >_>

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    I think this is perfect. Don't touch a thing.

    At least Icarus tried!


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