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Fix me..... by Soreiya Fix me..... by Soreiya
Well my art is a bit more creative when I draw on paper, but the anatomy needs some work.. Is there anyone who might be willing to redline for me? I would have to fix the mistakes in photoshop, but I think it would be worth it in the end.

I was not sure what section to put this in.

I was thinking of moving some art from my scraps account into this account. I feel bad having them there since I have some like for them. I find that thought kinda weird...
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AMusoke Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
my goodness: your work really is awesome :la:
IrrelevantMaverick Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i think the anatomy is pretty good:D the pose is interesting since he/she is crouching with what looks like a dragon's hind legs. good use of imagination!
Soreiya Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2009
I think the problem with the pose is more about the other leg. It looks oddly positioned. The anatomy itself is a bit off, but I have no way o fix traditional art.
linzoy Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2008
It's cool to see some pencil drawings from you. It's as contemplative as your computer work.

Uh, I don't think you can trust me to redline this. But if you want to learn anatomy you should check out Bridgeman's books. There are other anatomy books but that is the one I'm trying to learn from ATM. A lot of artists I like have studied Bridgeman.

One thing I learned in art college is that being afraid of messing up the original really gets in your way. Don't be afraid to erase, it will look probably look better if you alter the original than if you try to change it in photoshop. If you buy good enough paper you can erase forever without damaging the paper. There is always the possibility that you might mess up the drawing when you change it but the things you learn from your mistakes add a lot to your next drawing. In general you learn more from taking risks than you learn from being cautious, and even though risks are frustrating in the short run it tends to work in the long run.

Some people are telling you it's fine the way it is, but even the best art can be improved. I think art should constantly be improved, and never remain the same.

There's no reason to feel bad about it this process of constant editing though. You're never going to get to the point where you look at your art and think it's perfect, so there's no reason to beat yourself up over it. Imperfection is part of the process, and that's a good thing because if you didn't notice any flaws your skills would never improve.

One last thing: I feel like a hypocrite when I say this because I don't practice what I preach at all. It's not easy for me to revise when I feel like I am doing everything wrong, and I often feel like I am doing everything wrong. But, I've looked at artists who are better than me and they are generally much less wishy-washy about drawing than I am, so I think that lack of wishy-washy is a good thing to strive for.
TouchedVenus Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
She has a very lovely design. I really like the armor and the look on her face. Good work with the shading as well. Nice work. :)
ChichiOracle Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2008
reminds me of rikki from saga frontier
Soreiya Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2008
Is that a videogame?
ChichiOracle Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2008
ServantRider Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2007
I think it looks great. I'm not an expert on giving advice so I'm not much help;;
Nice work though. 83
Raichana Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2007  Professional General Artist
Looks great, i love all the detail you put into this, looks very very nice. keep up the stunning work ^^
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