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Author Topic: Been feeling so insecure about my art, anyone have any critique or advice  (Read 235 times)

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Offline samurai_shampoo

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All in all i can tell you have the dinamism Which is great even Alone. However like anyone beginning you struggle with anatomy. All i can tell for now is to draw from real human reference itll help you with your proportions. I can tell you are on the good way keep it on and dont feel insecure otherwise you kill the pleasure of drawing. If you ever feel down look at some very old drawing and see how much you progresses.

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dont be insecure men its really hard to get a drawing that looks good  it require some knowledge to do what i can say is ur quite good on features like faces and hands and u need to study body inside and out like muscles and bones not really u need to remember everythin of it u just need to understand where it connects with everything.i just seen this just now on youtube that dont icing before the cake means later the cool stuffs and work the cake first or the shape and proportion later the icing or the cool features like muscle and shading
 ;) good luck men work on it keep drawing

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I love the character design with the spikey hair, would love to see more art!
Don't feel insecure, it takes a lot of work to get seriously good and your already on those steps!
maybe make a post in the welcome centre and tell us a bit about yourself?
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Erm. Samurai? I actually enjoy your style, it's something that - if you work on, will become your own cemented manga style, though this usually never happens without practice on fundamentals, see what Super does with the practice on faces, gestures etc? That's the way to go, but don't neglect that style of yours. You got potential pal :)
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Late AF to the party, but from what I see, you already have a pretty good foundation, so like it was said before, there's not much to feel insecure about (besides, there's an old saying that goes something like "don't compare your level 5 to someone else's level 50").

If I had to focus on one aspect to work on, and again this is if this were my art, I'd start trying to clean up in the inking stages. It looks to me like you might be relying on short/small strokes to link together longer lines, when it may be more helpful and dynamic to scrounge up some confidence and do long lines as much as you can in one stroke. This can be difficult if you're used to drawing from your wrist (guilty as charged--I tend to draw very small to avoid long lines myself), but there are exercises out there to help with line confidence.