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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.
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.
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 )
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 >_>
I think this is perfect. Don't touch a thing.
At least Icarus tried!
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