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I may render this larger soon :nod:
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Critique by thestarsprism Apr 2, 2011, 5:28:29 PM
I can finally get around to this. It seems as though you've requested a critique on one of your works, so I shall critique it!

I love how everything here has a purpose. There isn't a part of the image that seems haphazard. This tells me that you payed very close attention to detail, which is critical if you want your art to be taken seriously. There are far too many artists whose art looks like it was done in five minutes, and the coloring is inconsistent, and the anatomy is dreadful, etc. This is not the case here.

There are two numbers that you should pay attention to when looking at the statistics of your image. The first is, of course, the amount of views that your image garners. Keep in mind that a very large amount of people on DeviantART will search through whatever category that you put your image in, and only so many people of that amount will find your thumbnail image interesting enough to look at more deeply. 38 people (as of when I'm writing this) is relatively low when you factor in all of your watchers. This would imply that you need more of an "oomph" factor. A healthy number for you would be 50 during the first 24 hours.

Of course, "oomph" is not a measurable thing. It is like saying that something should be more "jazzy". I cannot point out what was missing to give it more "oomph", I can simply say that not enough of it is there. It is your job to figure out what you should have been done to give it more of this so-called "oomph".

The second number is the ratio of favorites to views. 10 favorites to 36 views (0.278) is rather high, and this ratio is not at all dependent on the amount of watchers you have. This would imply that, while it did not have enough "oomph", what was indeed done was done in a good enough way to show great artistic merit. In other words, you should try not to alter your technique drastically. If you continue doing fractal imagery, the small kinks in your formulae will iron themselves out over time.

The noise (fuzziness) detracts from the overall feel of the piece. A small amount of noise would have been fine, but in this case it interferes with the flow.

Overall, good job.
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fvanellekom Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow, that is just amazing!
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MeaganEmerson Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much! :bow:
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crochetamommy Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome! so bright and brilliant! great job!!
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MeaganEmerson Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! :love:
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crochetamommy Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
no problem!! :)
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