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Lusberg Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2017  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for llama! Supercool gallery! Your style and disney's characters work perfectly together. I also love the Bombur. There isn't enough Bomburs in the internet!
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Yuett Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! Yes, I love Bombur too :D 
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jo-009 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2017
Cute works.
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Yuett Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! And thank you for the watch too!
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TheStuffOfLegends Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great style, and fantastic improvement! Keep up the good work
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Yuett Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much!
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JAAMTheArtist Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thanks for the 3D Llama Badge 
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Yuett Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
no problem!
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JAAMTheArtist Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2017  Hobbyist Filmographer
Wink/Razz 
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RiEile Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2017
Hello from ProjectComment!

1. What impression do you get from my gallery?
When I look at your gallery I see a lot of CGs of various characters, many of those are in nice dynamic poses and it is naturally appealing to people. And this variability is what makes you cool. Aside from human characters and nice combinations of bright colors are attractive for the biological reasons, your style and positive attitude make your art actual art. And I believe this is valuable.

2. Point out the most important weakness you think I should work on.
Most of your pieces are in color and are supposed to have at least some painterly elements, however so far the role of color in your works is constrained to a) labeling things with colors b) making these color labels work together as a combination of color cards in a furniture shop (like when you decide which color your pillows should be to fit the sofa). These are important questions when you work with colors, but they are not enough (at least for me as I'm spoiled by some 'traditional' training). The next step is to create an environment, where things would have their own colors, but interact more than color cards. First step is to introduce a background. Even a simple uniform background or a gradient can provide a common denominator for all your colors. Maybe it is easier to address with traditional media that imposes some constraints on the colors you can use and enforces you to actually mix colors.

3. Any other general idea on strengths/ways to improve?
I guess the general idea is to try new stuff: to draw new subjects, to refine anatomy, to try new techniques and then to go back to the old ones with abetter understanding.
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