t usually upload my traditional arts anywhere, but when i did, i used advices from this video to make them look better -> https://youtu.be/ynET0ZYAq_M hope you find some tips in it informative. also, if youd like to try digital art, i can also suggest you trying to color your traditional drawings. here is video where this process shown -> https://youtu.be/j9Ub_IdceF4
t rush for other peoples approvement. it will come itself eventually, but if not, that
s not necessarily bc you are bad in art. Van Gogh sold only few paintings in his lifetime, but after his death he is concidered as one of the greatest artists of his century. i think he was upset about his drawings not being recognized by people too. but it was his passion, and lack of praising and appretiation didnt stop him from creating his paintings. so shall we all do, i think. just don`t validate yourself or your art based on likes/favs ratio.
Don’t draw for “feedback or praise.” That’s a recipe for disaster. You’d still draw if there was no internet to post it on after all, right?
Or maybe it should be don’t post for that reason. If you only upload to get your ‘notice me!’ fix, you won’t be happy. Because you’ll end up drawing what’s popular to post rather than what you actually want to draw. And get disappointed every time you get less attention than you thought you’d get.
You’ve uploaded five pictures in three months. How many tens of thousands other pictures were uploaded in that time?It’s normal that you didn’t get attention. It isn’t even that people don’t like or care about your art. It’s that they never noticed it in the first place. Because it was only a few drops in a constant downpour.
And obviously. Diaper fetish. Your pics won’t show on default filters and that’s an instant blacklist for many people. Me included. So your art will always be less noticed than regular art.
You’re a recent drop in a years-old bucket. If you expect people to notice you from the start, yeah, you’ll be disappointed. And if you put so much focus on ‘internet attention’ to begin with… Yeah, I’ve seen that before. Never pretty. Especially when depression’s involved. Pretty much a poisoned gift.
It’s good as a sketch, a draft, work in progress. I understand what everything is supposed to be. But when I look at it, I think “cool concept art, when’s the final product?”Like, if you read a comic book where all panels were like this, would you consider it a completed comic book? There are some monochrome, traditional comics out there and they don’t look like that. Or they’re labeled WIP.
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