Learning how to use color

9:25 PM, Saturday April 29th 2023

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Hello Drawabox community, I am seeking advice for using color, as I am having trouble making it look 3d and not flat. I've provided some small artworks that I've colored, any advice is welcome. Thank you.

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10:13 PM, Saturday April 29th 2023

You are doing a great job so far! I especially like the potion and figure you've coloured. Keep it up my friend :>

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5:39 PM, Monday May 1st 2023

I think you should've added the blue to that bottle with a green liquid. It would make it looks like an actual glass. Rn it looks a little bit off because of it. Dinosaur needs more shadows in my opinion. Your doing pretty well, keep up the good work!

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