This is gonna be my most poorly thought out critique, let's start with the bad, I don't know the details or back story, all I know is character name. Time for the good, It's 100% original, you got your own little comic thing going on, which is cool, the letter in their hand is very well done and detailed, most people just put little squiggly lines on it, your paper actually looks legit, vision is okay, technique is decent, impact is poor though, don't hate me for that, at least i'm not a jealous prick kind of critic, I like how you didn't forget the tail, surprisingly a lot of people forget to add tails.
Thank you for the critique. I'd say it's a really fair assessment of my drawing. I didn't provide any details or back story for her because I am still thinking some of it out, and plus some of it is part of the story. I'd agree that the impact isn't great. I wanted to figure out what she would look like, so I started drawing her. I hadn't put much thought into the impact since it was mostly a concept drawing, at first. I'm glad that you think the technique was decent. I felt I messed up a couple aspects of the anatomy, and her pose felt kind of awkward to me. I'm kinda rusty at the moment, and I'm trying to work some of that rust out. Lol, I couldn't figure out what to write on that message, so I just talked about the comic itself. I have to admit, I've forgotten the tail plenty of times, which is weird because the tail is often a lot of fun to draw, but I normally catch it before I post it anywhere.
Thanks for the critique. I really appreciate it, and I liked reading what your thoughts were of my drawing.
Oh no, I can't judge the anatomy, It's not a human, and I'm not familiar with that race's anatomy, try imagine adjusting their right arm down a little, seems a tad better, not better enough to change rating, but just a tad better.
That was the main aspect of her anatomy what was bothering me. Her pose also feels a bit awkward also (she seems too stiff). I need to work on drawing characters with more fluid and loose motions.