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    Black Mage
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    I do know what you mean, however it makes a nicer look, in my opinion. It does, however, take a lot more practice and effort. I know this from experience. But, in the end, you'll probably do the same amount of work.

    Also, stop hiding the hands and feet. I know you feel that they aren't good, but you can only get better with practice. Additionally, try using real life to practice. As for coloring... I have problems finding the right hue and I'm red-green color blind, so I have trouble coordinating. We all have our flaws.
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    Red Snail
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    Looks great man!! just work more of your shading!!

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    Nice, to say you have only been drawing one week that's pretty awesome ^^

  4. #14
    Slime
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    its good for a new starter, like im a rlly bad artist to say so ur doing good for a fresh start, and the hands r wat i think r the only things wrong :)

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    Jr. Celion
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    you are talented

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    Lunar Pixie
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    If you are willing to embrace the tips given to you, I know you will go far. I'm sure you'll find it very easy to get feedback posting your art. Everyone is willing to help you and one thing you should do when practicing:
    1. Start basic. Shapes and even lines.
    2. Always focus on your lines, every line counts!
    Some tips I try not to give since I think I might be wrong. I'm not the best artist yet and I'm afraid of giving help right now. But, look up tutorials if you struggle with hands. It doesn't hurt to follow but once you've gotten the idea in your head you can practice yourself.

    Remember to put in a lot of effort and there is a definite chance you will succeed in art. But you also need 'patience'. If you get frustrated with your art, TAKE A BREAK. It doesn't hurt. Eat. Snack. Drink. YouTube. Maple for awhile. And you will be fine. Just remember to get back to work! :)
    Wish you the best of luck and I hope to see more of your art. PM me if you would like!
    Last edited by darkfirex; 07-03-2012 at 04:29 AM.

  7. #17
    Red Snail
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    I'm more into realistic art, so some aspects I don't know if I'm just being too picky about but some things I noticed are..
    The arms are really awkward. His right one (the one on the left side) has shading like the indent of the elbow, but then bends the opposite way so it kinda looks like he broke it lol.
    His face on the right side (his left) is a little too long, it would turn into the side of his head and then his ear because of the angle.
    Also, when trying to draw the different parts, think of everything being a circle/oval connected by various straight and curvy lines. Like the arm would have a circle on the shoulder, a circle on the elbow, and a circle for the hand, then the lines in between those that make it a combined piece. Try to think of the different sizes the circles should be by looking at your own body parts (like a circle for where your leg attaches to your body would be bigger than the circle for your knee, etc).
    It's really good for the short amount of time you've been drawing, though.

 

 
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