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The Grinch re-designed The Grinch re-designed

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yep, professional work indeed. How much time has it taken?


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beekart responds:

Thank you ;D around 7 or 8 hours i think :O


thinking... thinking...

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I think this art needs more color rendering. Colors and lineart are too rough. Try smaller brush for lineart and softbrush for shading.

Next thing is light. Your face and head shadows look like light comes from left top corner. But your shadow on neck says something different. Also, if you've made face shadows, you should add them on body (arms). In comparison to head, fabric has too small contrast range.

And the last advise - try to do more details. Or at least details on the most important part of the art, which will get focus the viewer eye on it.

Good luck in your artist path!


Alef321 responds:

I don't have to go the same path everyone goes ,I understand your tips but the fact that you are pushing a exact style on me , without going too much about ...I'll just say ty for checking it out and commenting .


Johansen the Hunter Johansen the Hunter

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool style. I love your "broken" perspective and small range of colors which still looks good. One thing is weird for me - the man looks like he is standing, not sitting on the chair. Whole picture misses foreshortening, probably it is the key of your style, i don't know. But i'd like to see foreshortening here :D


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ThePsychoSheep responds:

I kinda messed up the whole "sitting" for which I apologize.There are also a few more errors and I will probably be re-doing this whole picture.Will most likely take it down soon.Thanks for the critique :D


Deadly night Shade Deadly night Shade

Rated 2 / 5 stars

I like proportions. They seem to be correct :D Also i like your choice of pose. But what i don't like and what you can improve (in my opinion ofcourse) is:

- smooth and fast lines. I'm not sure, but it looks like you drew it with mouse. Anyway, your lines are not confident and make feeling of beeing broken. When you draw lines, try to make it fast and smoth or do lots of short lines connected to each other (but be sure to use small brush to hide imperfect connects).
- feet. Lots of artists ignoring practicing of drawing feet. As result they look weird and unusual.
- shadows and light. All of them are drawn sloppy - hole picture looks very dirty then. Try to spend more time correcting it to look crear. It will take you on another lvl automatically.
- background is drawn too simple and (again) dirty. Also you chose bad type of brush for blood on the floor. It wants harder brush, not that soft. Soft brush is better for some gases or smooth shadows what is not this case.

I hope it will help you. Good luck!


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Zombie Axe Girl Zombie Axe Girl

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Great lineart. But i've found a few thing that i disike.

- Her left (from our view - right) hand. The cause is that her fingers look to be strangly broken :)
- Her feet look a bit off.
- Breast is a bit off aswell. I'd recommend you to practise figure drawing. It helps anatomy and boobs aswell :D



Thrash the Gremlin Thrash the Gremlin

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good art!

I like your shading a lot but I think it doesn't fit to lineart. Probably this type of shading doesn't need any lineart at all. So i'd recommend you to skip it. But if you really want to have lineart in your art, i'd recomend you to use more and stronger thick and thin lines to make illusion of depth.

This is my hole opinion :) Keep up awesome work!



Cappi Ink Cappi Ink

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

When i looked on this picture i felt that something in anatomy is bad. But it took me a time to find out what's the problem.

Fistly, your curves are not confident and smooth. I recommend you to draw lines by rapid movement of the hand. This recommendation also applies on black shadows you've drawn. Also it's good to do thick and thin lines when you are doing lineart. It looks much better when you "pop-up" pieces of picture. It makes depth.

The next thing i've found incorrect is her right (from our view left) leg, breast and head. Leg is a bit off, head is unproportional and breast should be higher. In this picture i tried to show it: http://www.newgrounds.com/dump/item/d3c6a94b78af95564336e37b79766362

So.. i hope it helped you at least a bit :) Practice more and draw often, you have potencial. Good luck in your journey ;)


Shadowblackfox responds:

Ok. I'll fix some things like the arm and other stuff, it was the first time I have done some thing like this . My comic teacher said she looks fine except for the belt and arm. Well the head and chest I'm gonna keep well, because I can. I need practice but you know it could be so much worse


So dapper So dapper

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great colors and shapes. Nice gradients and shadows. I like this style. Keep up good work!


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Pozuu responds:

Thank you very much!


Trick or treat? Trick or treat?

Rated 2 / 5 stars

This picture has quite good face style.

But i don't like that picture misses more values of shadows and light. I.e this deamon has only 2 values of red colors (i don't count some pink on it's hand).

Still draw and improve your skills. I recommend you to redraw from life or at least photoes focusing on shadows falling.


Iviqrr responds:

I appreciate you taking the time to criticize my work, I can see where you're coming from but I personally felt no need to go into detailed shading for this specific image. I have other images I drew a while ago where I did go into more detail, I know how to do it, I just didn't feel the need for it this time.
Thank you for the review.


Meaningless Battle Meaningless Battle

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really like this picture and style! Especially i love her face. Although it's a bit out of proportions i don't mind it. Conversely, this makes style!

There is just one thing i don't like too much - colors, i.e. I find her skin to be too saturated. I can recommend you to make palletes before start coloring (if u dont do it already) so you can try color combinations.

Keep up good work!


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