View Poll Results: Am I improving?

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    Lakka thanks man, and that saying is true, I'm learning fast

    APW thanks man, it's great to see another aspiring teen on CA

    So, finished the stirge and I think the outcome is great, I really tried to use more color in this piece to make it stand out from my other digitals. Only thing I couldn't think of was an environment to go behind it

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    15? really ? keep going!!! your creature work is impresive and you have a lot of imagination

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    Twan thanks

    Well I haven't posted in awhile. Life's been a lot different lately. But, tonight I remembered that sitting down and drawing makes me feel better

    The first one is just something I drew out of boredom, but I want feedback on how well I know anatomy. I feel like there's something wrong with the legs really. Don't judge the perspective. Judge the anatomy.

    The other two are sketches of some creatures I drew while in California. I'm gonna try and draw more soon. Especially during school.

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    its not bad at all ( i can really see that )

    for 16 years old , u r doing better

    keep it up my friend

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    Yeah not bad at all! Keep working and youll get real good real fast.
    I'd say you seem a bit to eager to detail early, try to block it all in first, the details should pretty much just be the little treats at the end of your picture. Remember theres alot less detail in shadow than in the light. Hope keep you post some cool monsters!

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    I wish I was 16 and be at the level you are! By the time you mature at early twenties you should be a true professional, keep working hard mate!

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    Brahimpag why thank you very much good sir

    Nonobot Yeah, I do jump in to detail really quick. It's what I like to do most I guess. It's what I ended up doing on this piece here too. But at least it looks cool

    Seungy Early twenties? Ha! I'm goin for by the time I'm 17

    Here's what I have so far for what I'm pretty sure will be my submition for TC100.

    Ancient / Death

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    I can't believe you are only 15. I don't think I was anywhere near this good at your age. Your off to a great start. I can only imagine where you'll be 5 to 10 years from now. Keep up the hard work.

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    Oh wow, your stuff is so inspiring. Keep up the drawing!

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    woooow amazing work for 16
    keep up

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    Here's another update for my TC100 subition.
    I changed it so I'm just gonna have the dragon
    be breathing fire instead of killing another
    dragon. Crits and comments are appreciated

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    So, I gave up on my TC 100 submition at the last minute and instead decided to go with a different idea for the topic "Light." Luckily, I finished before the deadline

    I've never drawn in photoshop like I did with this drawing so I'm happy that I didn't suck

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    Alright, so I wasn't satisfied by my teen challenge submittion so I started practicing painting techniques in photoshop and after watching a tutorial I saw on youtube I think I've found a good one. So far I practiced it twice, the second one is much better in my opinion

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    Nice work! I'd like to see some more fluid & balanced looking poses - try doing some studies and gestures of athletes/gymnasts. See if you can gesture people from life. Keep it up, very interested in how your skills will develop!
    Sketchbook - freakmod wants to learn how to draw really well

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    freakmod Thanks, honestly I was just thinking about doing that earlier today sense I see a lot of people do that kind of stuff. I'll try it out now

    Just tried painting over a hogarth anatomy sketch. I like it

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