Giver of Life

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  • Giver of Life
    12:01 AM, Thursday August 18th 2022


    I see what you mean with the almost "scribbling" shading I have with the arrows. It also doesn't help that the shading is the inverse of what it should be and I didn't realize I'd made that mistake until the end. I'll try out texturing the lighter parts of leaves, I hadn't thought of that. Also, you were right about my fine-liner running out of ink. There was a week where I only had access to one pen so that's why some ellipses look almost split.

    Anyway I'll work on improving and thanks for critiquing!

    1:55 AM, Monday August 15th 2022

    thanks :)

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