But... I started out with total rubbish, it's gotten less and less rubbish, and now, with some good will, it's "okay". I hope to go to school with math, natural science, that stuff, and art, and then hopefully I'll be good one day.
But the point is, If nobody let me "waste" paper and pencils on making complete rubbish, it would still be that bad, but since I was allowed to do that, and still is, I'm improving!
while you make some valid points, I can see why everyone's reacting the way they are; derogative attitudes breeds more hateful attitude. If you had a less of a high-horsed attitude about all of this and if your art appealed more to the masses or if you had a better drawing foundation, you'd probably have had a better response and more people would've actually listened rather than bash you back. So take your own advice and humble down and study...?
Maybe, if you weren't arrogant and offensive, some people would listen to these tips. The entire way you wrote this thread makes us all think that, once again, you're trolling us all and trying to annoy the heck out of us. Honestly, it's getting quite boring. I used to look forward to reading your complaints and laughing at them (You), but know they're just plain boring. What would also help is not using the term "noob". It's rude, and no one is going to want to listen to someone call them that. All artists are "noobs" at one point--You were too. Not everyone is a beginner forever, nor does anyone deserve to be called a degrading thing such as a noob.
Please stop using the word noob, that assumes that someone can "master" art. It doesn't matter how talented you art, artists are always learning and evolving. In ten years you may look back at work and say its shit. And someone with ten more years of experience than you could do the same and consider you a "noob".
And KNOW YOUR PLACE, a true artist would never claim to be the best and look down on others that are attempting to get better, even if they make mistakes.
That being said, your suggestions for improving upon painting skills are valid. I just wish your method of showing them wasn't so arrogant.