My name is SonikkuFan94. I have been a Sonic fan since 1999. I'm a fan of everything Sonic, from the games to the tv shows and comics. Sonic is of course my favourite character.|
I'm an ambitious artist always trying out new techniques and styles. I like to draw and write my very own comics based on Sonic. I've been drawing Sonic since I was 11 years old but it wasn't until this last year that I took it very seriously. I am a self taught artist, ranging from traditional art to digital art.
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An interesting topic that I see spiralling on Deviantart. I may be repeating myself and if so I sincerely apologise.
As artists we want our artwork to be critiqued, how else will we learn? Something interesting I see is how people take the critique. It’s not an uncommon thing when I see someone’s profile page stating something like “only say nice things about my artwork please or I’ll block you” REALLY?! And nine times out of ten their artwork is not entirely the best. So in other words “only say how wonderful I am to boost my ego as fuck the haters saying negative things about my artwork”. Oh boy… I have no hope for these awful, awful people.
I personally love critique… done right. What I perceive to be a decent critique is showing a good balance of both good points and points I need to work on. If the person giving the critique can provide advice on how I can make it better is an added bonus and I will heed that information. I hate statements where people say “this looks wrong,” elaborate! Where and why does it look wrong? I won’t argue the toss, I just want to know so I can improve with a future picture otherwise I’ll make the same mistake again. It is the only way I can learn to draw by having help from my watchers.
I have received only one piss poor critique, this individual had it in for everyone who was a better artist than them but with pretty shit art they praised it like no tomorrow. They gave me a line of the good points and an essay of the bad which really put a downer on my day… to be honest I wasn’t having the best day back then as it was… but this is ancient history and irrelevant.
I’m unsure why some people go around thinking that what they do is fantastic… when it really isn’t. Sure, people have a sense of pride when they achieve a pretty decent picture, I sure as hell feel it, but my vision isn’t foggy for me to say “this is perfect!” I’d be a bad liar otherwise. I welcome feedback but I don’t welcome it if it comes across as harsh or bitter.
I personally am not the best at critiquing, I’m always too afraid as I don’t want to hurt the other person’s feelings or use a poor choice of words. I should practice more with it but I advise people that it’s not the best idea to show me something for me to critique… it may not be to your liking and I am honest.
Anyway enough rambling, what are your thoughts on this if you have any?
Thanks for reading.
FC's vs Lord Hood (digital flat)
FC's in a loving scene (biro)
Nicole in sports outfit (digital flat)
Drawing and inking Tails and Blaze, colouring and inking Sonic Nova.
Shadow's The End's design
Modern, Classic, Boom Eggmans arguing about Sonic with Cubot and Orbot looking disgruntled
Sally as Wonderwoman and Amy as Starfire
Nicole as Storm Xmen
Rouge surrounded by gems