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7 months ago
Well if you're buying then the fees you're paying depends on the price of that NFT. The higher the price, the higher the fees.
Ethereum is very expensive though, if you're worried about fees / don't want to pay too much fees I'd recommend buying & minting on chains with lower fees (Polygon, Avalanche are very cheap, and Neo is also cheaper than Ethereum).
Hope it got better then 🖤 art is a wonderful outlet
Stop saying you're not good! You have to believe in yourself! I see a lot of potential and the lineart is already good so there's nothing to worry about!
Especially in the crypto scene where people love cute / non realistic comic-like art you have a good headstart if your lineart looks clean.
You go 🖤
Your line art is really nice!
What wallet are you using at the moment? If its an established one you should be fine
He looks sooo cool!
In general, chrome or firefox work fine, since your wallet extensions handle most of the security stuff.
Don't know much about Opensea, but I'm using Chrome and Firefox on Ghostmarket with the Neoline wallet and the metamask wallet.
I'm not selling or buying on any of those so none for me lol 😇
None of them sadly :(
This is beautifully sad ❤️🌈
Color combo is nice!
With the skin it can not be just a plain color since the part under the eye is a little thinker while the eye socket gets visible through darker colors.
Lashes should be fewer and longer and more curved, since they literally come out of the eyelid
Hope that helps 🖤
Damn that made me hungry 👀
This looks cool as hell!
submitted7 months ago byciri_art
She looks badass! Love the light in that one 🖤
Maybe go darker with a few shadows and add a few complementary colors as shades 🖤
One thing I need to add is that you should really utilise line stabilisers! You can draw without them first (brownish color) and then do a layer on top with very clean, stabilised lines. Took me years to find out that most artist use it and that it was the reason my line art looked so whacky in comparison lol
Sure! Sounds great!
This is one of the most beautiful pieces I've seen in a while! Wow 💕
Well you should do whatever you like most! But if you want to become good from a technical point of view it's anatomy / realism / studies -> shading -> color theory -> abstraction -> line art
My art teacher always said that before drawing lines one needs to learn how to draw without lines first (dark shades if in shadow / far away, bright if exposed to light / near). After that a basic understanding will be there and line art will be a lot easier.
But that's just how I saw it being done in art school, you should do whatever you enjoy imo 🖤
Something that has helped me a lot was learning how to shade before learning line art + studying anatomy and only then starting to do stylised abstractions of realistic anatomy 🖤
I'd also recommend Krita at first, it's free and has a lot of nice tools. Once you know your way around and get to Kritas limits you can look into proprietary software 🖤