Some DBZ pictures I drew

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They are good, however the head on all of them need a bit of work. The eyes are a bit messed up. The face on the Vegeta needs a bit of work mainly on the face. The Bottom Goku's eyes are a bit off balance.
 
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yea I knew those mistakes were there I just cbf'd fixing them up :p
 
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The second one's my favorite. Keep up the good work!
 
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The second one's my favorite. Keep up the good work!
thanks I appreciate it :)

@ your sig, I've just started to watch One piece now (up to ep 115) and I'm in love with it. The show can easily rival DBZ which I never thought it would until I gave it a chance and watched it.
 
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Yeah One Piece's universe is really awesome.
 
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Keep at it and you're sure to get better. That's how I started out and I got way better. Probably can't draw worth a shit now since its been years but yea.
 
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I like how the first thing people do is point out flaws, like they expect nothing but complete perfection. I hate to say it, but you can put a flaw in anything on this planet. Good drawings, keep it up.
 
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If you aren't shown your flaws you can't fix them next time

It's called constructive criticism
 
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Looks great. Though for some reason, i seem to think Sonic when i see that mouth in the first pic ^^;

But yea nice drawings.
 
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If you aren't shown your flaws you can't fix them next time

It's called constructive criticism
Lol, pointing out a flaw will not correct it. It can take lots and lots of practice to nail something. You cant just point something out and go bam, on your way now. Prime example, if you step into a video game that you have never played before and you suck, someone can point everything out you did wrong and the person may gather bits and pieces of that. The only thing that truly improves something is a, you keep at it and b, you consistently practice it. Im sure the person who drew it will see his flaws better than anyone, because he tried multiple times to perfect it.
 
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If you don't see what you are doing wrong then it is impossible to correct it

If you think what you are doing is right then you aren't going to change how you do it. Constructive crits is what kept this section alive when it was actually active.

You can't just go omg that's amazing otherwise no improvement will occur
 
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If you don't see what you are doing wrong then it is impossible to correct it

If you think what you are doing is right then you aren't going to change how you do it. Constructive crits is what kept this section alive when it was actually active.

You can't just go omg that's amazing otherwise no improvement will occur
Nothing is perfect, you could be right.
 
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That's true but you can't work towards it without knowing why you aren't
 
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It's called constructive criticism. It is used very commonly here.
 

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