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...this looks like shit to me
turns out I really couldn't fix this pic but whatever
not even sure what's wrong though
Imma try to make the next pic filled with life for the next one

assigned male 669,804, female 550,135, rabbit 68,060, bunny 57,340, lion 23,779, fantasy 12,494, lagomorph 5,417, lapine 4,972, princess 4,530, hare 4,521, weasel 3,035, knight 1,630, prince 1,292, medieval 872
suggested ass38,872
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 1 year, 10 months ago
Rating: General

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1 year, 10 months ago
Maybe some lines that show motion? Such as on smaller details, like the horse's leg, the weapons, the sattle(or what's connected to the horses face). - Common in comics.

I found a tutorial about capturing life. One thing I recall is you have to imagine how everything moves, and even feels. Worth reading.

However, your art style is established, you just want that hint of spice to it which you can obtain in no time.
1 year, 10 months ago
Hmm yes Ill remember that when I make my next pic to try to make it livelier
1 year, 10 months ago
Might be a bit late for this. The first issue I'd say would be that some foreground elements (Take the bridge for example) do not match with the perspective of your character, or at least it feels off and unnatural. Secondly, I feel the stone texture doesn't really match with your drawing style. Lastly, the shadows don't really feel natural. The direction of the casted shadows of the lion and bunny contradict in terms of where the actual light source, same with the armour shine and real shadows aren't black. I hope this helps you out ton at figuring out what was wrong and I wish you good luck in improving your art!
1 year, 10 months ago
thank you ^^
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