I'm gonna comment real quick before the storm strikes.
I applauded you for at least knowing that practice makes you better.
But I suggest trying not to draw attention to yourself further than your art.
Trust me, you do not want to get these guys riled up.
(plus you have a long way to earn the respect of certain folks)
On to the critique:
First and foremost, I suggest that you practice sketching a circle (very lightly).
Once you got that, print out some art and sketch the circle in the head.
Notice how well the circle serves as a base and how the features of the head extend around it.
Then practice drawing the circle first and then drawing the features of the head.
If you manage to pull that off with good results, I will continue to critique.
As for the off-topic stuff:
We've had less than friendly folks appear here on the forums and of course some disturbing fans.
It probably doesn't excuse some of us from acting the way we should.
(I for one think some people are a tad too rash)
But then again, you should've used some common sense and look up past topics.
If you were only here in the before era, you would've known what has transpired here...
(And by that I mean the huge conflicts about fancharacters and fans revealing a little too much about their obsession to fictional characters)
You probably got off on the wrong foot, but you have a chance to make it up if it isn't too late.
This post has been edited by Ved_of_Flames: 13 February 2011 - 11:54 PM