Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
Here are a couple of mosaics of various pieces I have made, my gallery is also linked in my signature and I am on twitter, I am hoping for some feedback, so that I might improve my art.
Your artwork is great but it's not my preferred "flavor". i'm sure you can understand that; being able to admire something without being fully engaged. With that said, it's really good! Your style of blending colors and detailing fur is spot on. i've always been somewhat envious of works like yours but it's just not my style. DaVinci isn't a flavor i particularly like either but i can still tell it's good quality stuff. The animal work and lifelike sketches are awesome but the humanoid stuff kinda falls within the uncanny valley for me. it could just be the masculine buff dude bods that turn me away but the realistic animals heads on realistic human bodies doesn't always feel right.
Aw, shaddap! i can't tell if you're being truthful, modest or just "Meh".Same to be honest. I am not interested in the type of art I produce.
Aw, shaddap! i can't tell if you're being truthful, modest or just "Meh".
What about your artwork don't you like? Clearly there's something about it that brings you back to the brush. Are you simply unhappy with the end product or do you wish you had a different style? Either way, if there's something you don't like in your work, then you should try to adapt to new styles. Frankly, i think your shading and colors are awesome. i like your feral paintings and even a few deets on your humanoid figures but not necessarily together. -But that's just me. i like your "icecream" and i like your "pizza" but i'd rather eat them separate, not together. You get me? So what is it specifically you dislike in your work? Because i can't see how your mind's eye pictures your work, i can't see anything "wrong" with what you've shared but if there's something that bugs you, analyzing it might help you to pinpoint what needs work.
i've had artists friends who drew life-like people and objects really well but wished they had the "talent" to draw cartoons.
i've met artists who drew cars, mechanical machines and robots but couldn't draw a believable face if their lives depended on it.
is it something like that? Am i getting close?