Hey guys, how about some input? I'm a graphic designer and usually do illutration work on diverse projects professionaly, but I don't usually get comissions for digital illustration or concept art per se, and I'm hopeful to get freelance jobs someday. I'm training hard on different techniques and workflows, so some tips would be welcome
I would like someone give me a constructive critique of colours, also highlights and composition, things that you would change, add or whatever you think it could improve this deviation and my future pics. Thank you.
Hi everyone! I'm not looking for a critique on a particular image of mine, just any one that's in my gallery. Really looking to get some of my work out there and maybe receive some feedback. I'd really appreciate it!
Hello, i started doing digital again this year. Didnt do anything last year, so i have forgotten alot. I started with this, mouse and Photoshop CS something on my dads computer, lineart was done on a piece of paper:
I really liked it, so bought a wacom bamboo fun and touch and did this on my laptop,
Would someone take a look at this piece of mine. I'm looking for some critiques on making this picture better. And also how do I post thumbnails in a comment? I don't know how so that's why I'm giving links. (Link to my digital art piece [link] )
Here is my first decent concept painting in Photoshop, (my 4th to be precise) just a simple design to practice. I NEED more critique on my work, although everything i have got so far has been great! thanks.
My only serious painting, If you want to call it that. I'm serious about getting better and I would really appreciate some critique. I can see most of my mistakes already, but I would like a list of the flaws and ways to improve, if you please, and also, If it wasn't too much trouble, any good methods of practice?
Hello there everyone. My name is IMaidensWing and I rejoined Deviantart over a week ago after being banned for over a year on my old account. I'm trying to get my art out there into the community even if there are many more amazing chibi artists out there. I have been drawing digitally for over a year as well and have improved over time. But a little constructive criticism would be nice to hear from others.
Well, I'm not an expert on chibi art (I'm not really an expert on anything...)but I guess I can give you some advice ewe. I think it's nice, although a little too glowy. The face features and expression could get some work, to make it look less generic; the eyes are fine and well colored, good job :3. The hair should have some visible locks and shading, the lack of them gives the piece a flat look. I'd recommend you to avoid black lineart and try some other dark colors for it, and experiment with the thickness of the lines. Keep it up uwu. Also, sorry for my crappy english, I speak spanish most of the time ewe.