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Lets try this.
-Post your artwork that needs correction (pose, anatomy, composition, lightning, general advice)
-If you can redline, try to help other anons in this thread, even if just a little
Requirement: Dont post unsalvagable shit. Nobody's gonna draw your picture for you. Beginners and complete beginners should stay put and focus on studying.
>discuss, anatomy, composition etc
>stop bitching, nobody is perfect on /ic/ anyway
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hey /ic/, help me out here (:
im kinda new to this enviroment thing, posted a few of my attempts here some time ago, and, after all the feedback, i came back to this.
I dont know... im kinda happy with it's composition, but there is something missing. I just cant figure it out. I did aply the rule of thirds the best way i could, as u guys instructed me, and maybie thats why aint the composition whats bothering me.
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Any color blind people here on /ic/?
I've been trying to start a comic, and lately I've been coloring some old pages before starting my own site.
However when I asked a friend of mine who also drawn a lot he told me that my colors were too vibrant. I tried to fix it, and I *THINK* it looks better now (if you guys think this one looks bad the original would have probably made your eyes bleed).
Now here's my question, how do color blind people here deal with this "disability" while drawing? I can usually "see" were the problem is when someone else points it out to me, but I always be able to rely on someone else to point out my coloring mistakes.
I mean, pencils, style, and inking can all be improved through practice, but I'm not sure how to improve my coloring skills.
Any tricks or exercises you guys use to help you fix this problem?