Thank you, i see you commented on three of my works, which is awesome, thank you again for the time you wasted for me! *-*
You are indeed right - i'm guilty of the common mistake among novice artists of hiding hands. I know i'm not good enough with them, and that they don't match the quality of the other parts i draw, so i tend to avoid them.. that's why i started the comic, despite the fact that i originally intended to start it once my overall studies were complete and i had reached a nice drawing level: to force me to draw everything.
And that's why i'm studying the hand these days, as i said in reply to your other comment
your welcome, and it wasnŽt "wasted time" at all! I enjoy looking at other artists' illusts and give my opinion every now and then Like I told you before about hands, donŽt hide them, work more on them. youŽll soon be gettin' the quality you look for if you practice enough! I think a lot of people make that assumption that theyŽll only work on their "dream project" once they feel theyŽre ready or they feel good enough! well, guess what? the more you improve....the better you get.....youŽll only feel that you can get even better, the secret to becoming a great artist is never to be satisfied with what you do, like even if you do an awesome piece, you still get that feeling you coulda done better because that means youŽll always be looking for ways to improve and no matter how good we get, we can always get better! So donŽt wait 'till you think is the "right" moment because the right moment is always NOW! Maybe later youŽll look back and say "wow, that was really awful, IŽm so much better now" and then you can re-do your past work if you want to and see how much better you got instead of just planning ahead and hoping youŽll be good enough to do it. Well, thatŽs just my humble advise on the subject! a bit of self-experience as well! so take it under your own risk! LOL!