Art tips and advice!
Send me an illustration or drawing of anything and I'll give you some constructive criticism.
It's always good to hear others opinion. Especially if you want to improve!
I'll give an honest and detailed review of your drawing, what works, and what could be done to enhance the image.
Things I look for are:
•Composition: does everything fit on the page. Are things missing because there wasn't enough room. A simple mistake people make is drawing something st the top of the page, making it too large, then to fit the feet (if it's a person) on the page, they make the character too short and it throws off the balance of the character.
•Value: when shading with pencil, never be scared to go to the deepest black.
•Use of color: does it use one value, contrasting shades? I can help with the color wheel.
•Graphic: to me, how much white vs black is on the paper/canvas. The more contrast an image has the more "graphic" it becomes.
If you need anything else, let me know.
Training & Qualifications
Graduated in Sequential Imaging and comics from BEAU, holding bachelors in fine arts.
My professors are industry creators. The writer of Plastic, Doug Wagner. My illustration teacher from Dark Horse Comics, Phillip Sevy.
I moved to Japan in 2014.
I've studied under various manga creators including Nao Yozawa, shojo mangaka, at the Manga School Nakano. Also under Daigo Katoya, writer of bay blade doujinshi.
I run an art blog of over 1600 members.
Availability & Preferences
Anytime is OK!