Opening Myself to Critique

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  • #9271

    Loaniss
    Participant

    Hi all! Firstly, I’d like to thank Kim for getting this site going.

    It’s a wonderful too helping artists from all over from every level of skill to improve.

    So, quick q, how often would I upload my drawings?

    I draw five days a week. Would uploading them all be a bit… spammy?

    Thanks! :D

    #9274

    Swen
    Member

    Welcome Loaniss! As far as I know you can upload as much and as frequent as you want. Personally I can give better feedback to an artist when I see a lot of his drawings instead of a few. I look forward to see the results of your sessions.

    #9277

    Jason Winter
    Member

    Welcome Loaniss. Looking forward to seeing your work.

    #9307

    Sanne
    Moderator

    Hi Loaniss, welcome to the forums!

    Swen is correct, there’s no limit on how frequently you can post. :) As long as your posts have substance and are on-topic (so not spam) you can post multiple times a day on your topic and be fine.

    Looking forward to seeing your work!

    #9518

    Loaniss
    Participant

    Sooo… I got scared, and ran away with the excuse of doing other things.

    But I am back, and I have doodles.

    Doodles that graciously need your critiques.

    Thank you very much for your time and words in advance.

    (I apologise for the scan quality)

    Quick info:
    The figure line drawings are 90secs drawings. I get references from Posemaniacs.com.

    The faces, animals, hands, feet and slightly more “detailed” drawings are from here. 5mins each.

    View post on imgur.com

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by  Loaniss.
    #9523

    Arkine
    Member

    These are looking pretty good, especially the hands and feet. On the figures, I noticed they have a tendency to go off the page. I would recommend you start controlling the size of your figure by using simple shapes and lines, gesture drawing. See example:

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-dkijDDmO3DM/URVgkgyzHPI/AAAAAAAAENo/-Gux2bC4lIQ/s1600/GESTURE+example.jpg

    #9525

    Loaniss
    Participant

    Thank you for critique.

    You’re not wrong there; they do and I find it frustrating. I’ll try these and post the results. :)

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