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Crystal Rarity by InkyLove34 Crystal Rarity by InkyLove34
she's quite fabulous indeed. :iconreallylikehermaneplz:

i liked doing this, do you want me to do the others?

today i went on deviantart at lunch and i saw this unpleasent comment on one of my pictures that said that "this drawing is nice but you suck at human anatomy"

...well not in those exact words...more like "your anatomy is way off."

am i really that bad though?

i showed it to my friend :iconceraluna: and she said she was just jealous that rainbow dash's boobs were bigger than hers.

shes probably right y'know?

EDIT: HOLY CRAP I FORGOT HER EYEBROWS. AAAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGHHHHHFFFFFFFFF :iconfliptableplz:
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XKiwiQueen Featured By Owner May 16, 2013
This is so fabulous! I have to say, her eyes are stunning! *w*
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Silverlily909 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Can I just say this is gorgeous?! Seriously you made her look FAHBULOUS!!! :D
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joponyhere Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And anyhow, beyond that big block a' text, here's an actual comment.
The background is SO. PRETTY. I just can't asdfgh ♥
I love the earring and scarf combo, too, you draw clothes so perfectly. And I like how you didn't add sparkles EVERYWHERE. Like, dump a bunch of glitter on it. You balanced all the colors out really well. Awesome. ^^
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joponyhere Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Honestly? Your anatomy isn't too fantastic.

HOLDONWAITDONTSHOOTME

Please, hear me out? I understand both sides. You aren't going for a realistic style, you're going for more of an anime style, if I'm not mistaken. Your colors and ideas are so expressive and cute, and you do have a unique, sketchy-esque style. But you always have to take into account that many people look for anatomy and realism in drawings, even in cartoons, animes, etc.

It's an important thing to have. But you also need to tune it, you need to create your own style. I'm not sure what the other person said, but on some pictures your anatomy is a bit...off. You are very talented and your art is so cute and awesome, but you will end up facing people judging your artwork if it is even SLIGHTLY off. Learn from it. The only thing that 'I' myself think is that your boob anatomy, neck and face proportions are a kinda...odd, I guess. Your necks are long while your heads are very small. But that is how 'I' see your art. But I also see beautiful colors, awesome representations, and the outfits you create are perfect for the characters.

But one EXTREMELY important thing to remember is NEVER, EVER get upset and dramatic about criticisms. If it's a rude comment, then you have to handle the situation. But critiques AREN'T people being jealous of your art style, their honest opinions. You can't be that person that just thinks "Oh well i have a ton of fans so im perfect nyah nyah nyah~", y'know? You aren't that bad, but just keep this in mind when you draw: How would this person's bones look like this? Compare it to a human skeleton. (From the computer or google images, of course. Lol.)

Please keep creating! And keep calm and carry on.
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KittyNii Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Her hair is gorgeous :)
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Yuukiesakura Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012   Digital Artist
YOUR ANATOMY OK OK OK GET ME A PAPER BAG K IT'S JUST AWESOME. I cannot, SIMPLY cannot understand why they would even say something like that. Well, I can but can't :I -derp- THIS IS BEAUTIFULLLL
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Guitarman918 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Dat discription...XD
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Vanillaghost23 Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay~~ Rarity... I love her. She's just so... :iconfabulousplz:
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purpletanookisuit Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Now, I understand it's easy to just brush off someone's critique as being irrelevant, or saying they just don't understand your style, but isn't it better to consider their criticism and learn from it?

I'm just going to throw in my two bits since I've read people responding that you should simply ignore them and cultivate your own style. Personally, I believe style comes in time, but basic anatomy is very helpful in making your art the best it can be from the start. If you learn anatomy and then put your own twist on it afterward, it generally leads to better art, but that's just what I've noticed.

One of the great things about DeviantArt is the comments section, you're showing other people your work and they get to say what they think. I agree, it was rude of them to just pop in a negative comment without mentioning any way to fix it, or giving any more constructive criticism, but it's the internet and that sort of thing is bound to happen on an open site like this.

I'd suggest you take their comment into consideration, but don't dwell on it too much. You're a very young artist and anatomy takes a long time to master. With the rate you draw at though, you should be able to get better in no time. Perhaps try using references, or a site like posemaniacs.com to help you learn?

The main problems I've noticed (I don't watch you, but your at comes up a lot in the gijinka club I'm a part of), are regarding neck length, front facial views, and proportioning with multiple characters. These all will be resolved as you practice, but I can suggest trying resources and widening your range of inspiration to help speed the process along.

I actually adore the way you draw eyes, and I can see the anime influence, but perhaps analyze other styles to train yourself in facial proportions? I don't really know what to say in regards to keeping your figures the same height, or on the same scale anyhow. Try using one of those measuring by lines thing in the background to keep everything similar? I honestly still have problems with that. Again, resources can be your friend! (And don't believe anyone telling you that looking at references or resources is cheating. It is only "cheating" if you are tracing, and even that is okay for practice, just not for uploading or claiming as your own.)

You've got so much potential, and you already have a natural aptitude for coloring, folds in clothing, and color scheme. You are much better at all of these things then I could have even dreamed to have been at your age! Good luck, don't let anyone get you down, you're gonna go far. (:
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joponyhere Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Dude...
That was beautiful.
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