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Author Topic: Now hear me out [human art ahead, beware]  (Read 29 times)
« on: Today at 07:57:28 AM »

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Ominethious
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Seeing as most the forum are artists, and I'm curious to see their critical opinion of some small bits of art I've managed to make. I would really like to have some suggestions if any can be given!

*Note that I can only draw traditional because I lack any digital art setup*

Well, here it is;

This is about the best I can do as far as facial or clothing is concerned. *Note that it's not complete, as with ALOT of my attempts* https://imgur.com/KcpBP0N

Meanwhile this slightly older drawing is about the best I can do with a character in armor. https://imgur.com/acxR2Mn

I may add more of my older stuff if you guys want to nudge me to that. c:
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Looking good Omni, keep up the good work. Art takes time and practice, you'll get there. You're already close.
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« Reply #2 on: Today at 09:03:48 AM »

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The first picture looks pretty good, I suggest you do some more work on the joints. The armour looks good as well, I suggest you look at real life armour for styles and work a little more on the joints. Keep up the good work! Happy Red Fox
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The first picture looks pretty good, I suggest you do some more work on the joints. The armour looks good as well, I suggest you look at real life armour for styles and work a little more on the joints. Keep up the good work! Happy Red Fox
Thanks for the advice Flufy! I hope I'll improve on that as soon. As I can get the time to! Though, with ALOT of my art I oddly enough never have a reference image to take from. owo

Looking good Omni, keep up the good work. Art takes time and practice, you'll get there. You're already close.

Thank you! I hope I can just find the time between everything I'm having to do..
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« Reply #4 on: Today at 12:08:43 PM »

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Looking good Omni, keep up the good work. Art takes time and practice, you'll get there. You're already close.

My only problem stopping me from trying digital art is my father, and time. So for now I'm kinda stuck at traditional art.

Also! Updated the first one because I just realized I used an older version. Guess I should link some more art I've done in the past c:

http://i.imgur.com/SBiX3Di.jpg -This one was from a few years ago, first getting used to scratch art in my art class. Lest it be said I had an extremely good art teacher.

http://i.imgur.com/45Otyfq.jpg -Now this one, probably the best shaded, best detailed face I've made strictly because I took that itty bitty picture in the corner, and hand drew a larger copy. Which yes, it's shaded in lyrics to Sabaton's "Whermacht" to fit the picture.

http://i.imgur.com/G7EuNTI.jpg -This'll be the last one for now, another scratch art I had done before the first one I linked above.

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