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post #1 of Old 03-14-2019, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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Should I re-do these Drawings

I am making a coloring book and these are some of my least favorite drawings. Should I re-do them? They take a while to make and I don't know if it is worth it.

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post #2 of Old 05-19-2019, 07:48 PM
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Claire,

As a colouring book page, I think they are good. There are enough bold and thin lines, but if you really feel unfinished, add a few simple lines as background. People who do the colouring tasks might need more suggestions towards the background, I think. Hope this help.

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Thank You so much for your reply! I will add some things to the background!
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I think your line art is good.
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Hard to say if you should re-do them without seeing an example that you like, instead of just the ones you like least. On their own though, I think they're perfectly fine for a coloring book.
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post #7 of Old 05-26-2020, 02:57 PM
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I love them. I think you should keep them as it is and draw another one if you have better ideas now

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I think these photos are pretty good. However, I think the faces of these animals need a bit more sharpness. You may notice and practice this part more. Also, I see you mentioned this is a coloring book? Do you have any suggestions for pens? I'm quite a creative enthusiast, I also have some experience with it. I think this will help your color choice. A few friends have mentioned me and it seems they love it. I hope your work is completed soon. I look forward to seeing it
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I agree with you, Reed. The eyes of these animals lack a bit of sharpness to make up the spirit of the painting. Also, I see you say you are an experienced person? May I have your advice, I am looking to buy a coloring set. I can use any type to be able to ensure both health and well done it
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Oh, of course. Are you in need of a color kit? You want it to be full color, the stinger will be small and gentle. Or do you prefer the crayon-colored, crayon-colored pens? I think I still have many questions for you. You can also refer, I think it will support you a lot. Whether present or future, contact me via email if you need assistance
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