I love your ORIGINAL, unique charecters and worlds. Therefore I give you 5 stars on originality. You deserve every star.
Vision? How could you score less here? This is your world and your charecters. You of course know how they should look. Who could say otherwise?
Your penwork is great. I envy your inking and stippling skills. I do not know how you could could improve on this drawing!
Impact? Here again, what could you do to make this stand out more? I don't know. The figure draws the viewers eye. She is pleasing and interesting to look at. The back and forground provide the perfect 'frame' to make her stand out.
By the way, you don't always work in color. When you do, the colors are wonderful, and do not distract.
I can't see any weak spots in this drawing. In my humble opinion, it is GREAT.
Thanks for creating this, and asking for a critique. I hope you get many a critique on this great piece.
By the way, I am not just being nice. This is an honest critique. It is what you deserve!
Thanks for your honest critique, Kath!
Trying to be original and unique is important to me. My art and this story is something I have been working on for a very long time.
This colouring technique is something I used to do allot of when I painted. I stippled with paint and ink. Paint was a fun way to create a design stippled with colour. I thought I would try stipple colouring with my markers. I was pleased with that colour experiment.
I see allot of weaknesses in my own work. I believe we all notice things we would want to correct in our own finished art. My critical eye is always looking for perfection (something I know I will never obtain) in my art. It is good for all of us to strive for that "perfection"(and NOT be discouraged). Work on the best art we can create.
You are welcome. I wouldn't think of giving you a critique that wasn't an honest one. Flowers are nice, but not much good in a critique. Unless you did a drawing of a flower...and you didn't
I understand what you mean when you talk about 'seeing' weakness in your own artwork. I think that is probably a good thing, most of the time. I am glad that you don't think that an artist can reach perfection. Perfection can be a goal, but maybe a stop sign too. I don't know.
Artistic perfection is an unattainable goal. Much like chasing after a rainbow. We work at improving our art, trying to "perfect" what we create. The work never seem enough. I do have allot of epiphanies while I try to grow my talent. Much like I grab little vapors of skill, but I never possess that rainbow.