At 7/8/11 12:50 PM, Lintire wrote:
That has got to be the weirdest way I have ever seen anyone draw anyone firing over a crate like that.
Hey, desperate times seek desperate measures, sir. ;D
As a sort of negative, man, it seems that you've gotten sort of sloppy with your character proportions as of late. I mean, the lack of refining/blending (mainly the latter, you've got a good palette going on in your pictures) is sort of charming, but the sloppy dimensions do kind of give off the impression that you don't really care.
Well thank you for being honest guy, I appreciate that. I really do. In my defense, I've been in art slump the past month or two and I haven't really felt like being creative... at all. Part of that might be attributed to the fact that I recently started taking anti-depressants. They've helped a ton in my mood and shit, to the point where I just feel like doing stuff other than draw lol. So inspiration is hard to come by and just to sit and do art is even more.
But, with that being said, I'm happy I've started to get my groove back now that I'm on meds. It's refreshing to see such constructive criticism though, and I appreciate it whole-heartedly. :) So, I realize that in my image of Art where he's on the mountain thingy, that his legs are proportioned incorrectly and the direction of his feet/legs are wacky. Is there any other of my recent works that the proportions seem off? If so, please show me which, because I can't quite figure out if that's what you're talking about or not. (I hate assuming things like that, so I'd rather it be cleared up.)
And I do care, if it doesn't seem like I do I apologize. Like I said, I'm just happy to be creating yet again. :)
Either, love the way you manage to get humour into your arts. It works.
Thanks dude, I usually add that in towards the end, just for giggles.. So I'm glad someone else finds it humorous. :D