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Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by Sharkfestation, Jan 6, 2008.
Do you think I have improved from my earlier drawings?
How come, I'm just curious?
sorry but no they arent, no offence but thse are like 6 yr old good. 14 isnt that young,i know alot of people who are great artists at 14.
Sorry. I try better next time.
Thanks for ruining my dreams. Guss I'll stick to fan fictions and movie pitches.
dont be discouraged because someone isn't a fan of your art. keep working at it and keep practicing if it's something you like to do.
as long as you enjoy making the art, that's all that really matters
Thanks. Do like it?
Here's a colored version that someone did for me on BlueTights
dude, dont take it so harsh, there is room for improvement, maybe visual arts just isnt your strong suit, maybe you are better at writing etc
I'll PM you some of my writing work.
Do you think I've improved?
....wow. I'm speechless.
First, why the hell is Superman about ninety feet tall? Or, why is everyone else about three inches tall? He's not the Hulk. Second, you've got absolutely no clue how to draw wimmins. Respect the wimmins.
You need a better grasp of human anatomy. The more you know about the way the human body is built, the better you'll be able to draw it. A little kid wouldn't be able to draw a fondue fork if he's never seen one before and didn't know what it looks like. It's hard to draw a superhero if you're unaware of how the basic muscle groups are shaped and interconnected, and how they compress and expand during movement.
How to build your drawings:
It's supposed to be cartoony.
So? The majority of superhero artists simplify, stylize and/or exaggerate muscle proportions. They're all "cartooning" the human body. But the better artists out there know what muscles are supposed to go where and how they're shaped. Artists like Rob Liefeld don't. If you don't want to take the time to learn how to draw things the way they are, you're going to have trouble drawing things in simpler, cartoony styles. A "cartoony" style shouldn't be meant as an excuse for a poor drawing. There is such a thing as a bad cartoon drawing.
The best cartoonists have an excellent grasp of anatomy. Don't take criticism so harshly, if you like to draw keep drawing and you can only get better. WallCrawl provided you with some excellent links. Study them and you'll see improvement in your art
What they /\ said
It's fine to be a cartoony artist, but you need to have a really good grasp of anatomy for it to work. Right now it is obvious from your drawings that you don't have that grasp and they don't look cartoony, they look like you don't know how to draw people.
Practice anatomy, it will work wonders.
Batman, Robin, and Batgirl
Unfinished Wonder Woman