Questions, skill improvement, and respectful critique involving art assets.
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I personally prefer the top left one...
Just a tip, ALWAYS read the traceback when an error occurs... Even if you say you don't really understand it, it may give you a hint as to what is wrong whit your script trust me... I have "Been There, Done That!"
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Hey, I like your samples. I don't think you should pick a style to do all of your projects in. Each story demands a different art style, so the characters and story for each project should be the deciding factor. And I think some stories can switch between art styles mid story. I believe your versatility can be your greatest strength if you allow yourself to be sensitive to what the story requires. Although as artist we are encouraged to develop a particular style, as storytellers, we have to be willing to let the story decide the style. If we do this, our style will be a set of tastes we have, rather than a particular way of drawing everything the same. I do like the third one, but I don't know what you plan to use it for, so maybe one of the other ones would work better.
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I like the top right one
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I like the bottom right.
The top ones are so shiny, especially the left one ^_^" (But I like it
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