Let's do the Update first:
If you notice, I've been only uploading when I'm finished with an assignment with Digital Painting Class. These projects take up files that are huge and do take a long time to do... So I have I feeling I'll be up loading at that pace. I do sketches though between and may upload in scraps. So if you don't mind sketches then make sure you check that box next to scraps for subscription.
Also March 7 is my birthday and week following is Spring Break. So I'm going to be gone for a few days then. I'm turning 21, yay~!
Now for the little rant.
So I was watching this critique video of a Sonic artist, and the person critiquing would say once in a while that there was something wrong with how the artist drew parts of the (mobian) anatomy. That's okay.
However, I went down in the comments and I saw a person say something on the lines of: "It shouldn't matter
how the anatomy is drawn
because it's not realistic
and it's the artist's style."
Okay, stop right there. No.
Ever since I joined the online community and posted my art on both here and gaia online, I was always told to improve my anatomy. Anatomy is one of the most important things an artist can learn. Even now I'm told by my instructors to change parts of my drawing's anatomy, human or not because it's essential to know how the body works. The better the anatomy, the more attractive the art is. Even the artist of Kirby, a little pink ball, use human anatomy to get Kirby's poses right (once I find the tumblr post that talks about it, I'll link it here). You're style shouldn't effect how you draw anatomy.
Compare my most favorite artist, Jamie Hewlett (NSFW Warning) www.google.com/search?q=jamie+…
: , to my least favorite, Ken Penders: www.google.com/search?hl=en&am…
Compare their anatomy together vs style between the two.