Wew, completely forgot about checking back on the thread so apologies for a late response. Yeah, a lot of those mistakes I've noticed that after a certain period of drawing I start to go on autopilot and I just start doing things without really thinking about them. Like for instance, I actually copy-pasted all those bottles for the sketch, but for the line work I just started inking them one by one and didn't really realize what I had done until I was painting the reflections on them. I think the solution going forward is that I really need to break my drawing sessions into pieces rather than drawing for 8-10 hours straight. Also the shoes being lumpy and shitty can be attributed to have drawing his legs at a dozen different angles and admittedly forgetting to fix their shape after finding the correct angle. Although that sketch fab site is actually really nice and I found a model of shoes that are pretty much the shape I was going for, so at least I won't have an excuse to not draw them on model every time.from now on, so thank you for that.
part of the joke was that the speech bubble gets cut off by the page's border right before he calls them 'glowniggers' and the idea was that the viewer would see the large colorful thought bubble first while the the rambling is meant to be noise in the background. You are right though and it is something to consider.
I really like the texture work, particularly on the building, as well as the the grass.
My dad does a ton of canning and he actually makes a phenomenal blueberry-apple jelly that's fantastic for toast, and then he also makes a jalapeno jelly that makes for a good spread for breakfast/lunchmeat sandwiches.
But yeah, I just want you guys to know that your advice falls not on deaf ears, and that it makes me big sad that this board is so inactive.I will say in good news however, is that I'm working on my first digital commission, so I'll be posting that the next time I happen by.