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Black Swan in Australian Roses

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Aug 1, 2014 | 3:35 PM EDT
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Testing out Noodler's Black Swan in Australian Roses(pre-july 2014 reformulation)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

So you asked me before about more insight on my opinion, but here is the thing most of your art is abstract scenes with either eyes or portraits of faces, and your eyes look good, and the accompanying colors match well, what you could enhance would be the quality of the photos, crop them out so you the viewer can concentrate on the drawing without getting distracted by the borders of the paper or the surroundings.

You could also scan the drawings, and if you don't have a scanner at the moment internet cafe's usually have ones of good quality and they don't charge that much.

Other than that i don't really have much advice regarding the actual drawing skills, i like what i see, i am not really much of a fan if ambiance art being it emotional or scenic, neither am all that hung on portraits and still life, however i can recognize and acknowledge a good picture when i see it and this one is good considering the tools used, which i guess is a mixture of markers and watercolors on paper, and depending on the paper the use may be limited so maybe using a more thick paper could help to explore works with more details and elements.

And from here on it all falls on the interpretation of the viewer when they encounter your drawings, whatever we may make out of these images.