try to focus more on internal structure. all your characters look fairly weak, like they're going to fall over at some point. consider weight and gravity more. linework isn't the most important thing in the end, it's about having a strong fundamental base structure that you can rely on. take a building for example.. the important thing is the integrity and symmetry of the construct, not the paint or the decor (although that's important too - but for later).
also, try not to be so content with others feedback here. sometimes it can be misleading.. i see a lot of comments that aren't very useful or constructive.
join to me to make beautiful drawings.
No responses today, sorry for that - I'm really tired and kinda in the middle of a large artistc crisis, but many thanks for your support folks.
I've finally managed to finish a piece today for my girlfriend. Other than that - just some crap I'm even too ashamed of to show. I hope the next day will be better.
Way back near the beginning of your sketchbook, you'd been drawing for just two months. I've been at it for three years and I wasn't as good as you were back at that point. Granted, I drew manga and nothing else till just recently, but I'm willing to bet that that's some amazing skill for that amount of time. And now, you're even better. The quality of the art and the speed at which you progress motivates me to try my best as well.
This girl holding a bunny is awesome, and the
color choice is great. This painting got me so relaxed.
I forgot my aches instantly, that I got from the rotten tomato
that I eat this morning. Your girlfriend will be pleased with this
present for sure. Way to go.
Orulok hogy ujra rendbe jottek a dolgok az eletedben. Es komolyan latszik hogy ujra oromet fedeztel fel a rajzaidban.
I really love that you started switching up your style. I'm usually not used to you doing this many styles, and although i'm a not a big fan of the anime stile you hit it out of the park! And your painted stuff is still brilliant, i love your big brush strokes. Keep it up man.