Sailor Moon Concept Artwork

  • This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.
#11
onesurvive said:
Yeah without credit which doesn't make me happy but..what can ya do lol.
That's why I've started adding either my email or DA url to images. Most people don't want to 'steal' they just want to 'share' so usually they leave the credit on and it goes along :D
 
Apr 20, 2017
1,454
97
65
29
Australia
#14
Oh my, I love you designs. I also like your art style, it's refreshing to see Sailor Moon fanart done a bit differently.
 
Apr 20, 2017
1,454
97
65
29
Australia
#16
Oh my. <.< My waifu is very good looking. ;) xD

Seriously I love the design. It's a strange mix of fuku and activeware.
 

Maraviollantes

Staff member
Site Admin
Jan 3, 2006
8,624
63
65
Embelyon
shoujocity.com
#20
I'm not sure how to sugar coat this (and not sure if this is even necessary), so I'll get straight to the point. If you have an actual passion for art, then ten years is more than enough time to learn how to draw from a scratch, get enrolled into art school, graduate, get a dozen different jobs in art & design industry, open and close your own art studio, have your own kids and teach them how to draw, invent your own art style and write a book about it, even for somebody who had zero art skills in the beginning.

But after whole ten years passing all I see is that your drawings still look like low qaulity amateur works of somebody who only started to learn drawing a couple months ago, at best. Not a single hint of improvement. This reminds me of that SAILORMOONRED guy. When he made his first awkward doll movies ten years ago with atrocious diction, blurry camera, nonsense and monotonous plots, they looked funny. But when he started producing the same videos for ten years in a row without bothering to ever improve anything, it wasn't funny any longer. It was just sad.

If after ten years passing a wannabe youtuber still didn't learn how to make videos without incoherent mumbling and clearing throat every five seconds, they are doing it wrong.
If after ten years passing a wannabe artist still didn't learn anything about basic anatomy and art techniques, they are doing it wrong.

So if nobody during those ten years had the courage to say it to you, I'll be the bad guy and say it: you are doing it wrong. Your drawings are bad. Amateur artists have an excuse for their bad art because they are only learning. But after ten years passing you can't have that excuse any longer. If art is not your thing and you cannot, or don't want to improve, you should have invested your time and efforts into something else instead.

This is not a personal attack. It's valid critisism, and if you know how to handle it, it may be way more useful for you than all that silly praise coming from people who just don't want to offend you and tell the truth.