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improvement meme. by vinegar improvement meme. by vinegar
Funny thing, I do those memes quite often, but usually (or actually all the time) I forget to upload them. Nice thing this one starts in 2003, when I actually started drawing for real.

It's always funny to see how crappy my art was back then. I wonder if in few next years I'll think the same of my current art. Probably yes, I always hate it very shortly after I'm done with it, seeing only flaws there. Oh, well. I'm sure many of you have exactly the same problem ;)

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It's give me some hopes to do better and follow my way of drawing...
Thanks for Sharing. :D
Wow, I'm so glad you posted this! It is really inspiring to see how you have honed your skills over the years. You're very talented. :)
cristantenora Jan 31, 2012  Student Digital Artist
you are the :#1: u know......BEST ARTIST EVER!!!.....XD
Dzięki Ci za to! Zyskałam ogromną motywację do ćwiczeń i mniej się już boję, że mając 17 lat i posiadając taki poziom jaki mam nie osiągnę niczego. Na Twoim przykładzie widać, że zaczynając nawet w wieku 19 lat można stać się wielkim. ;)
Inspiring ^^... Hope I can improve like that too.
hehehe, 29 woman and 1 man.. xDDD
btw, big improvement!!~
keep it up!!~ ^ ^
This is a selection of four pieces from each year. Was I supposed to choose it by gender, not by pieces I found good back then (and dislike now)? That would be weird. Also - you have a gallery of almost all men, so you're sticking to your favourite theme, I stick to mine. I do draw men, especially for work, but it's not my favourite theme in my personal pieces. :)

I've no idea why people tend to think I should be informed about that. Is it like I didn't notice I draw women and they want to inform me? Also - I saw this one being told to many people who draw women, not one who draws men. Why is that? Don't get me wrong, I'm not arguing or anything, I just find it funny, as a second comment below yours is about exactly the same thing and I bet it wouldn't happen if I drew only men.. ;)
i'm not saying that it's wrong to draw only women or anything like that, nor informing u.
don't get me wrong or something, i don't mean anything.
yes, it's just about personal fav. theme.

well, i think ppl still will say the same thing if u draw only men. it's just something ppl around do quite often, like telling the artists, wat he/she always draws, like the way i told u about the 29 woman and 1 man.
but i think most of us really mean no harm. basically i think just telling for the sake of telling..
As I said above - no hard feelings, I was just curious why people are stating the obvious ;) Because I really saw this comment under many all-female galleries and never under all-male one. So it always seemed like a bad thing to draw only girls for some reason. I even remember my teacher once told me I will never get anywhere in life with what I'm drawing, because all I draw is girls (I was 10, but hey). Well, she was kind of right, as I don't draw only girls for a living of course, but still ;) I bet if I drew only boys she'd think I'm working hard on my skills, but a girl drawing girls seemed silly to her. To me it honestly doesn't matter what I draw, I don't think about it like "hey, I want to draw another girl!". It just happens that girls fit more the compositions I usually have in mind. In the same time for my work I'm doing two pieces now - 3 boys in them. Although I will admit - drawing girls comes easier to me.

Yet again - I'm not arguing, I asked because I find the topic more interesting the more I think about it :)
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