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This may seem strange to be asking late at night, when I should be asleep, but, I would really like some critique of my artwork, just my drawings, not my pixel work or my photographs.
How good am I?
How bad am I?
What do I in your opinion need to improve on?
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Zage56 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017
Contrast your old art to your newer creations.
You should seen the difference in your talent.

Keep striving to improve your skills, Daniel.
We can always improve and enhance our artistic abilities.
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DRYeisleyCreations Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Always challenge myself to advance, don't hold back. That's been my problem a lot over the years.
A lots of times I find myself nervous drawing certain things(i.e the female figure) while other things come more easily(lions and other big cats). 
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Zage56 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017
Good! Push your limitations! That is how we grow.
IF you think you need to learn human form, work on it.
Remember to have FUN as you learn.
- That will make your learning skills addictive! Painter 
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BionicleFuzzyMelon Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I think you're very good at drawing animals. Maybe improve your human drawings and anatomy?
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DRYeisleyCreations Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
definitely :) 
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GreatMarta Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2017
When it comes to your drawings, I definitely see an improvement over the last couple of years. You pay more attention to details than you did in the past. 

To improve further, my advice is - try drawing something you have never drawn before. An angle you have never drawn before. Maybe look up feline faces and try to copy theem while adding features of tour characters.
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DRYeisleyCreations Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Always challenge myself to advance, don't hold back. That's been my problem a lot over the years.
A lots of times I find myself nervous drawing certain things(i.e the female figure) while other things come more easily(lions and other big cats).

 
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feldsparflux Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think the drawings in your Aeluria folder are very strong.

dryeisleycreations.deviantart.…

Nice colors, nice true-to-form big cats (the characters look like big cats), and nice variety in your work.

I would suggest buying an art program to take your work to the next level, unless you'd prefer to continue pencil drawing. Programs like photoshop, manga studio, clip studio paint and others give crisp lines with the curve tool. There's a learning curve though. 
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DRYeisleyCreations Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks dude :)


I have toyed around with digital art programs a little bit, but mostly for coloring pieces, editing my traditional pieces, or creating title cards or logos.
I just prefer pencil and marker work because it's easier to do on the go, and you don't have to recharge anything. :lol:
I have two versions of Photoshop and Manga Studio 5, as well as some other programs that came free with my Wacom tablet.
It may be a bit of procrastination on my part, but I have yet to fully master a digital drawing tablet...

Here's a couple of my digitally colored works from a few years ago
Godzilla Bust -Digital Colored
'As a Roaring Lion...'
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feldsparflux Featured By Owner May 1, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like both. I think it might be an interesting challenge if you kept trying. I've started giving a real effort to drawing digitally and it's been fun. I've found a pencil brush I really like!
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