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this is my first proper furry drawing that i'm somewhat proud of :PPPP

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Very nice piece of art. I am very bad at drawing and art in a whole, but this really makes me smile as it is truly amazing, good job, hopefully one day i can learn to art hahah! Any help would be appreciated but keep making these they are awesome!

Proportions are well done. I get a feel for the character's personality just from this drawing. My piece of advice would be to be more deliberate with your shading. It's very tempting to just use the burn and dodge tools where we think the shadows and highlights are. How you have it right now the light is hitting directly on the characters rear end. Try your hand at cell shading, it's a lot cleaner and you get a better grip of shading! Overall a well done piece, thanks for sharing!

skizzwizz responds:

thanks for the feedback and i'll have to give cell shading a go soon.

Brilliantly done. The only problem I see is the bottom jaw, but since it's your first proper drawing and the rest of it looks so fantastic, it's not that big of a deal. The fur looks so fluffy and the paws are absolutely adorable. The extra fluff on the neck and the ears are ultra fluffy and really make the whole wolfie look good. There's wonderful color, wonderful shading and the proportions are amazing. The back legs are a tad skinny, but it still looks so nice! The front leg is a funky shape, but don't let that stop you! Keep it a tad more straight, like the other front leg, in the back. You already know how to do it because you did it with the behind front leg. The picture as a whole looks wonderful. I'm just nit-picky about specific parts. Wonderful job, friend!

skizzwizz responds:

I know exactly what you meant with the jaw so that's something I definitely wasn't to improve on, thanks for your feedback :3

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