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Guys I have a problem. I think I'm losing interest in drawing.
Ever since I graduated school, I've been wanting to draw less and less, and I don't know what's causing it. I'm literally looking at a blank piece of paper or blank photoshop window and dreading. I want to know what's causing this.
It wasn't always like this though. All my life I've wanted to do nothing but draw. I wanted to come up with my own stories with fun characters, or draw fanart. I used to take part of stupid weeaboo LJ communities that motivated me to draw. Yes it was stupid weeaboo art, but I was at least drawing.
I knew drawing, creating comics or characters was what I wanted to do, so I went straight to art school because I wanted to get better. But even though my skills improved a lot, I became somewhat of a perfectionist.
I worried too much about how my work looks since I know from now on, to be professional, my work is going to be constantly judged whether I'm good enough for an art gig, or to be hired by a studio.
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Crit muh pixels. Have in mind it still unfinished, so some shading, highlights definition etc. aren't in place yet. I also already noticed she's too tall and her shoulders and knees need tweaking.
On the creature design front, I'm not sure if I want to keep the lower mandibles or exchange them for another pair of tendrils like on her head. Any suggestions on anatomical changes welcome.
Background: this is a failed mutant, it was supposed to be a bunny girl at a casino, but because of some unexpected gene expression it turned out mosntrous and the lab staff dumped her into the streets of a postapocalyptic metropolis. The setting's a mix of Hobo with a Shotgun, Fallout and A Boy and his Dog.