Across all my art projects, I repeatedly receive questions on the techniques I use, my thought process when making artwork, or simply how to improve drawing in general. I wanted to consolidate all my tutorials into one studio to help streamline the process of anyone looking for feedback, critiques, or my workflow.
In general, I suggest looking at the semi-realism art tutorial first. Easily my best guide on Scratch; it's clear, dives into multiple art topics including a bit of color theory, and one of my favorite pieces :)
If you work using an external art program, you may find Art Critique #2 and the Sparkles tutorial useful as those delve into out of Scratch applications. Specifically, I focus on lighting in both of them as a key element in improving artwork.
For working in Scratch, Art Critique #1 does not provide too much information as vector art is not my forte, but hopefully my critique can shed some light on what shading and layering can do to a piece.
Lastly, I aim to touch on critiquing your own artwork via my own process, and how to deal with emotions on loving/critiquing it. I know I constantly struggle after a piece when flaws appear and I compare myself to better artists.
Let me know if you have any questions!