One person's trash can be another person's treasure!
-_- your ART is not TRASH It is beautiful and pretty and reallyyyyy cutte!!! as well as this picture
Thank you very much! I say that my drawings are trash as I wish to improve, and personally don't like the quality of most of what I do, however I am improving, so thank you very much for your input! If you have any ideas as to how I can get better, please feel free to say for future reference.
I suggest you read this
How To Improve Your Art"How do I improve my art work?" is one of the most asked questions in art related forums, mainly regarding drawing and painting in any media. Because the question is recurring so often, I wrote the following tips that I still copy-paste in various threads.
You can apply these universal strategies not just to traditional and digital painting media, but most of them even to photography and collage.
- Look at pictures by artists you admire, and try to figure out things. How do they handle light and color? What edges are sharp, and what edges are soft? Why do they use that particular color there? What technique did they use? How did they work? The more you look at work of others, the more different kinds of styles and techniques you will see.
- Learn from the masters. Copy works you adore. Not for imitating the artist or showcasing your copy, but for the sake of learning. Don't be shy, ask your favorite artist everything you want to know, such as "What paper do you draw on?", or "How do yo
That's incredibly useful- I will definitely be referring back to this. Thank you!
You're welcome! Yes it is explained very well and although I know those things, I don't think I could explain better. I'm sure you will find other useful things in this section, the most popular journals with the keyword "improve" .
idk your art is better than mine so I cant say much! **boop**
I personally don't believe so, however it may just be a case of personal preference? Meep