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    y does this suck???

    okay. . .everytime i try to do a page, it sucks. . .i dont know what it is! I just cant do it. anything else i can do. . .pages. . .never. please help me . . . .anybody.

    y does this suck???



    thanks

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    well, personally i don't think it's bad , but i do see some problems...
    first off, i like your art style, it's unique....
    i think your main problem though is your page layout design...it isn't flowing very well...i'd recommend looking that over some...other than that, i'd say just keep working on it and good luck.

    -p

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    Yes, I think paul_cas is right here - the problem is e.g. that in the the first two-third of the paper the guy is always on the right and there nearly on the same position. That may appear as a bit boring.
    I have got some problems with her hips as well (first picture).
    But all in all good drawings and good visualized emotions!
    So maybe just try a bit with composition!

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    This page about composition by Wally Wood and the composition in Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis explains what'll help you way better than I could. Your drawings are quite good, I think, but the compositions aren't nearly as interesting as they could be.

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    thanks alot guys!. . . .that helps alot. time to get back to the drawing board.

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    Only crit i've got is the woman. The muscle and bone structure is not very good in her right leg. It pops to my eye even though its only an outline of the character. Everything else looks good and i can see your personal style in a good way.

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    thanks man. . . .i know exactly what you mean.

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    Wasp Dont say it sucks!!

    That doesnt suck at all, its awesome, i wish i could do it as good as you, be more positive, dont hurt your self esteem...

    The woman was the think that i liked the most, i think that its like it has a very good style that wants to emerge to the surface but its too shy to do it, those deformed shapes she has are really good, i would accentuate them more so that it develops more in a style rather than "correcting" them, making them boring...

    I would say that you also need more cinematographic takes, more movement on your compositions, maybe show more perspective and depth.

    Great work man, keep it up.

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