okay, so lemme explain a bit. at first, it supposed to be a picture of Alfred and Arthur standing on the castle, surrounded by hills. All this was supposed to happen at sunset. High ambitions, low skills. I couldn't draw what i wanted, and i tried for couple of hours. i didn't want to abandon this picture, and i didn't want to continue drawing it at the same time. you can't imagine HOW IT PISSED ME OFF. I was totally confused because of the background, as always, and it still looks horrible. Still, it's my art so i decided to upload it. But oh, how much it makes me angry when i look at this... > . >
aw thank you there's nothing to be jealous about xD when i was drawing this one, i thought i'd that killing myself would be easier than finish this, believe me xD even if it doesn't looks like that... ^ ^'
i am going to! but now i don't have any ideas... last time I read a story when they met in the garden, between roses etc, that would be nice, but still it's not that good!! xD well, good luck with your story : ) you can give me later the tittle/link if you want : 3 if it's usuk, i'll gladly read it xD
awww that is so sweet, thank you : ) i am always trying my bests when it goes about drawing, and sometimes my pictures aren't that good as i wanted them to be, but still it's fun to draw them. So of course i'll keep drawing!
In the future, when you want to draw something that you're not entirely experienced with (say, the castles, the hills, the sunset lighting, etc)...consider collecting a few refs, practicing on a few warmup pictures with them to figure out what you want for the final composition then going to do the final. That way, you'll have practiced with the unfamiliar thing so that you will have at least SOME familiarity. Might not be a perfect understanding of it, but it'll be an understanding.
woah, you know, your advices are always right and helpful it sounds stupid but i haven't thought about that ^ ^' but i did collect a lot of reference pictures. well, as they sat, pracice makes you best (or something like that) and hell, it is so true. thank you very much for those words!!