At 4/18/11 06:40 AM, Fifty-50 wrote:
Let's see here, your art lacks in coloring, anatomy, background, depth, shading, realism and whole a lot more things. You're never improve unless you change your pride. You never even followed any of the advice that you have for the past 9 pages.
You don't get it, you just don't. If you didn't want critique, you wouldn't post on a public forum. If you were expecting us to stroke your "nouveau genre" ego, I'm sorry to disappoint you, it looks aweful. It reminds me of those collages we did in grade school, only ours weren't severely compromised by overusing photoshop filter effects.
Whatever small improvement brought to your art in this thread, you've either cast away as an affront to your "unique style" of coloring, claimed that the character no longer looks like it's yours (which is incidentally whenever it begins to look decent) or simply flat-out mocked and smartassed your way around (such as the advice concerning the avoidance of certain photoshop tools...).
I don't think you actually want to learn.
I think you just came here with a half-assed comic, hoping to milk compliments, yet to realize that your art isn't up to par. It pisses you off, because somewhere in that mind of yours, you're convinced that you're brilliant. With that kind of attitude, you'll never get anywhere. Accept criticism and apply advice, rather than marginalizing it and looking down on us.
The first step to change is awareness.