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Sonic the Hedgehog by Ry-Spirit Sonic the Hedgehog by Ry-Spirit
Sonic's the name! Speed's my game!

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Satsuow Feb 23, 2014  New member
Nice :'o
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WarHexpod Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice :D
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CA-AR-T Feb 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow... just... WOW, I like how you used the colors and how you drew to Sonic, I love this drawing because I think itīs too AWESOME. You did a Great job Clap Clap.
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hamsterboy9 Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Awesome job!
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Bamboo-Warrior Jan 12, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like how the hand is blurred a little bit. Gives a feel of Sonic's speed.
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Ry-Spirit Jan 13, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
he is the blue blur afterall lol
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Foxeaf Jan 4, 2014  Student
Lay off the drugs, Sonic.
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Hi Ry-Spirit! I've just tried copying this work. I'm trying to learn how to draw properly, since I suck at it and I think it's a basic human skill - you guys are in a upper level of course. I keep wondering how you and other talented people from this site learned how to do it, despite believing the answer is simple: much practice. If you have any tip from your early days it would be great!
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Ry-Spirit Jan 1, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
ah hello. well other than just practicing i think its also important to analyse why an artwork works and why you like it and why people like it. Even analysing what you dont like about it, then try to apply the things you like to your own stuff. may it be the angles, the shading, the thin outline or the thick brushy outlines or watever it is you find appealing. Somtimes it doesnt hav to even be art, it can even be as abstract as how someone's personality, may it be flashy or humble or crazy or funny, you can apply that attitude towards your work.

As for more practical advice. you can go to life drawing classes or attend drawing school or just watch youtube vids of how to draw, to learn some practical drawing skills :D good luck
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