...and failed miserably. HOLY CRUD! This was a nightmare to produce. I don't know what to say other than I wanted to try coloring again, and I failed miserably. I drew this because I was listening to a review of Marble Hornets by Night Mind and remembered the good old days of Marble Hornets, when it was actually scary and interesting before Season 3 came and butchered the series. But this took three days to color, and my computer kept crashing, and I kept waking up horribly and I'm so angry right now. This turned out like crap. I need to improve. PLEASE critique this, tell me how to improve. If you can't critique it, then get out! I'm serious, get out.
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Hey, this is pretty nice, especially the words and the shades. I really love dark shades, because they make the picture more "dramatic" and they are also a symbol of Alex' character. I think he is like a shadow; it's hard to realize his true personality. Moreover the different sizes of the scrip underline important parts, like in a collage.
I read that you've asked for constructive critic, so I would say that his neck is a little bit too long, or maybe it seems so because of the shadows. For me it looks like the glasses are “higher” than the eyes as well. This is a bit confusing…
But these are very small “critics”; all in all it’s really cool!
I’m very interested in your prospective drawings, just try and draw your own comic!
And trust me, I WILL be uploading a comic book soon. Just give me a bit to finish it up
Can you give some constructive criticism for this? I am NOT proud of it.
I think the details on the jacket and shirt look very nice, though.
Something I should note though, is that while you didn't like this you did post it anyways. I think that's a good thing. I used to not do that, if I had a drawing that wasn't turning out well I'd just abandon it. Eventually I made the decision to post everything I made(well, nearly everything), no matter what I thought of it. This forced me to at least follow through with my drawing until it was presentable, instead of giving up halfway. It also encouraged me to keep going, and helped me to improve a lot. I really don't do that much anymore, but it definitely helped me starting out. I also had to teach myself to be less picky with some things. I found that if I obsess over every single line until I get it as close to 'perfect' as I can, then whenever I look at it even if it's finished, I'm still looking at the lines and mentally correcting them and wishing I could have done them better.
Just do keep in mind that these are just some ideas. I myself am still learning, so any advice I can give may be flawed.