A pleasant entanglement to capture an eye. by Zyonji (critique requested)

A pleasant entanglement to capture an eye. (critique requested)

Zyonji

7 August 2018 at 14:04:05 MDT

It’s been almost a year since I started this art trade with Starling ( https://www.furaffinity.net/user/starling/ ), and now I finally finished it! We started that trade at a turbulent time in my life, causing me to delay working on it a few times. I hope from now on I won’t take as long to finish anything that I promise. Still, it was under a year, so I call that a success! :D

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    Better late than never, as they say.
    You did good with all those feathers.

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      Thank you! I'm very happy that it worked out like this. (:

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    Amazing work !! I love it and it´s great that you finally finished it

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      Thank you very much! I'm glad that I finishend it too. (x

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    I suggest revisiting this at a later point and adding finer details in the fur, such as those already visible by the nostrils. Adding in wrinkles and cracks around the eyes can help but are not necessary.

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      I actually had a lot more details on this before, but removing the details to clean things up made it look a lot better. d:

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        Perhaps it was revised. My profile icon did not look nearly as good until I redrew it five times.

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          It's possible. Trying again usually allows you to find ways to improve, but at some point you just gotta stop and call it done. (:

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            Although you don't have to stop, looking at artwork that was finished recently brings a certain degree of mental fatigue. I meant that after several months or years, adding details or redrawing should help it look much nicer; it shows promise.

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              I heard that advice before. That it's good to look at your old art to find unresolved ideas that you can work on. It does sound like good advice. (: