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    Smile my art with painter

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    devil bear , something simple that i like very much..

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    CC on the top one i think the pupil needs to be darker to be a focal point
    bottom left is V good bottom right i don't like as much i think its the hands and the composition which put me off but all the same good.
    the bear i like the colours used in the top right but the rest im sorry to say i didn't like over all i think your work is very good sorry to be a "critic" but i tried to make it constructive hopefully lol

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    thanks

    Thank you very much for your comment. The cristics are welcomed, the only problem for me now is that i use a mouse for drawing and also i'm new with painter..i will consider your opinion in my futures works

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    Well, saying something is shit and walking off is a hollow 'opinion.' Saying something is shit and pointing out why and what you need to do to fix it is a critique....what you should be asking for is the latter....not the other way around. So develop some thick skin because the more you get the better off you'll be in the long run.

    Still, having said that I think its safe to say that you still need to grasp some the basic fundamentals, especially in areas of composition, color, lighting, and values, because right now you seem be struggling in those departments...but let me emphasize that's OKAY! We've all had to start somewhere and believe me, my forway into the digital was a lot worse - and I was spoiled enough to have a tablet on hand, rather than courageously employ a mouse like you have been doing. Still, my advice would be that until you get yourself tablet, grab a sketchbook and start drawing. Start easy, sketch from greyscaled photographs, draw the objects around you, like that paper weight on your desk. Learn to observe and reinterpret on paper, then study the works of the old masters. The more you do this you'll start to develop a stronger intuition when handling composition and other facets. Right now using just a mouse with painter won't get you very far, as its forcing you to uncomfortably render something in an unhealthy amount of time without learning much. Save the mouse for after you get a grasp of the fundamentals, then you can show us how much of a badass you are for churning out something amazing with such primitive tools

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    I like the alien art its nice

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    thanks ..

    Thanks for the opinions AdventDawn. You are right that it is difficult drawing with a mouse- it takes a lot of time i have also some sketches that i made..not to pride of them

    Also thanks Gonzossm for your thoughts ..

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    The eye is definatly the best in my opinion.

    and dude, accept the critics, they're only there to help you and make the work better.

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    I'm agree with AdventDawn and clockworksnail, those are very good piece of advice.
    In any case, my first tablet was the cheapest one in the market and it was much better than trying to paint anything with the mouse.

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    thanks

    thanks both of you, about the critcs -i accept them that is not a problem-i hope to get some tablet soon and then i l see..thanks and nothing but the best

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    Post more dude, lets see what else you can do!

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    more...

    here they are ...and more to come.please fell free to comment .thanks

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    Right now, I think it would be really helpful to not draw as much from your imagination but do studies. Get out your keys, desk, mouse, watch, pants, shoes, etc. and just draw them. Get some gray scale portraits and try to understand and break done those in a sketchbook. I don't think you need to be doing this stuff in painter, because I feel to improve at a faster rate you will need to draw alot with a pencil and paper from life.

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