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    fighting for motivation

    I'm a High School student trying to improve their artwork, just like everyone else.
    This thread is here to motivate me more, somehow. I have a habit of just dropping things, and I want to stick through this time.

    I attempted a landscape for the first time, and I ended up a bit confused on how to do snow
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    I have little saved to show for now, and I lack any scanner so that's a bit problematic. After lurking here for so long, posting is quite intimidating.

    I hope I improve along with all of you! Hello!

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    I have been slacking, but am trying to pick myself back up again!

    here's a quick still life, it's rather messy.. I have a really big problem with this Name:  WHpkiaZ.png
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    some hands
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    any feedback is greatly appreciated!

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    Hi! I think you should spend more time when rendering.. Blending more the colors, clean the background and maybe using darker colors for the outline or when some shapes overlap; doing this could be great for the stills c:
    Keep it up! n__n

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    Quote Originally Posted by argaelie View Post
    Hi! I think you should spend more time when rendering.. Blending more the colors, clean the background and maybe using darker colors for the outline or when some shapes overlap; doing this could be great for the stills c:
    Keep it up! n__n
    hello!! I agree with you entirely.. I am terrible with rendering, thank you for the advice! I will definitely attempt to up my effort on it.
    Thank you again.

    Also, your work is lovely.

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