Ok... I'm so sorry if I came off a bit rude. I really was not attempting to be rude, angry, or anything similar.
I understand what you mean by not wanting something like what YOU'RE calling "perfect". What I mean by perfection isn't a photograph looking image. This is what I mean: These pieces of art
aren't photographs, yet, the artist doesn't just throw something together, and then say "oh... sorry for bad quality, artists aren't perfect". No... she goes for the best quality she can, working VERY hard to get it nice. Here's a different style
, and yet... they don't just throw something together, they work very hard to get it right. Once again, another style
but the same amount of effort exerted. This one may not look
like a lot of work was put into it, but in actuality, it took a long time of practice to make it "perfect".
By "perfect", I don't mean photography with pens and pencils. What I mean is something that has gone through MANY trials, something that has taken hours, days, and so on to make it as good as possible. It can be any style. As long as effort was exerted.
You've got a good style. But, just like every beginning artist, it needs work.
Now, you can either just dismiss me completely, or you can be good enough to take just a bit of critique.
You need to know that in the real art world, people don't just scream "IT'S BEAUTIFUL" in your face. People truly critique it, tear it apart, until you feel like you have nothing less. But in those situations, you have two choices. Be stubborn, and continue painting/drawing the exact same way, and end up ruining some talent. OR, you could learn from what they've said, and try and improve your work. Even if you don't think it needs improving.
Either ignore this, or learn from it. Because I won't post any more on here. But for anyone else who sees this, be forewarned that if you post art or photography up on here, I WILL critique it, unless you say "no critique".