Simply Writing Healthy Criticism, a GuideSimply Writing Healthy Criticism, a GuideSimply Writing Healthy Criticism, a Guide3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
By J. L. Moses
Being an artist is hard work; there's no right or wrong when creating something. There are no set guidelines when it comes to a piece and a lot of us struggle with this concept. But when it comes to realistic things such as anatomy, perspective, lighting, etc., we sometimes struggle and desire some help.
What turns people off about receiving critique is that often it means pointing fingers at everything you did wrong.
The legs are too long. The head is too big. The lighting is off.
After looking at your piece the next day, I'm pretty sure all of us will notice these mistakes ourselves and don't need someone else simply pointing them out. To those who do, thank you Captain Obvious. What we really need is a bit of help. If you don't know how to fix those mistakes, leave it to someone else to help out who can. If you notice something, politely point it out so it comes to their attention.
The legs I believe are a bit