uh i can help with his explaination
for one the neck of this guy is very thick.
if u were trying to go for a buff guy look u made the legs quite small.
and there is the arms, they look awkward, there to straight. u should put some joints in his arms. but his right arm is especially weird. the arm looks like its been twisted, and he is holding the weapon in a weird way.
the weapons handles should also be thicker, such a guy wouldnt be able to hold on to that thing with handles so small.
the head is also quite large and u have misplaced the eyes. they look crooked.
it also doesnt make much sense how hes covered in blood but theres not a single dead body around.
and it would be cooler if u added more detail to the pillars.
u should also shade a little bit more.
but dont worry. skills come in time, and hard work.
and u still have alot to learn
You've got a lot to learn...
If you want people to take your art seriously, or you want to seriously create art, you really need to learn the fundamentals of art.
There are so many flaws in this that it would suffice to say that it is bad, but that doesn't mean that you can't get better.
Look around for some way to learn how to begin creating better art, be it on the internet, a book(or fifty), or someone you know who has signifigant art knowledge. You have to be an apprentice before you can be a master!
thanks for telling me this is crappy without an explanation and for being so condescending, this is so pointless.
It's okay. The anatomy is pretty screwed up and his face shape is weird, but the temple actually looks kinda nice and the moss on the pillars gives it some realism. overall, not terrible, just a little strange.
i thought the moss was a nice touch too,
the anatomy is kinda weird,
i wanted to make him too muscular and i copyed the old drawing too closely
Looks ahh, OK I guess...
I'm not sure if to take this seriously or not. I mean it just looks like dragon ball z doodles I made when I was a brat.
But you know whatever helps you kill time.
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