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SourCherryJack
Yeah, something like that.

Jack @SourCherryJack

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Wait... I have to MAKE art for it to get frontpaged!?... *sigh*

If you prefer, you can try making ‘Content’

Thank you for this advice, never really thought about it but much better artists are gonna get a lot more mileage out of this than I could. Maybe someday but who knows

@LegolaSS I feel discriminated, too.

what's an art

Refer to "PABLO PICASSO" for further examples.

@TomFulp Art portal and audio portal in the morning, great to know. There’s just one more thing from your morning routine we need to know: what do you eat for breakfast?

@Luwano Three over easy eggs with sauteed spinach and kimchi.

@TomFulp Thanks I can now successfully plan my quest for the frontpage.

If you are looking for guyver art, Dave Rapoza is obsessed with it (he even has a life-sized bust)

I think that's actually how I stumbled into his art, lol

@TomFulp thank you for the tips. now i will Work it harder make it better do it faster makes us stronger more than ever hour after our work is never over

yo im just curious look at my new art do you think it's at like the level where it could possibly be frontpaged or should i improve it more

these are the ones i'm most proud of
https://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/s-zenmode/pico-day-2022
https://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/s-zenmode/fancy-fall
https://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/s-zenmode/home-depot-tankman

The answer is: you should always work work to improve your art and develop your skills. The level you’re currently at should never be satisfactory for you, no matter how good you are at drawing.
That being said; build your understanding of the fundamentals of art and apply what you’ve learned in your studies to your finished pieces. Good places to start are perspective, and composition, as these can be learned and grasped through doing simple but tedious studies, and/or reading theory.
Another good place to start are the Gestalt Principles of art. Utilizing those principles in informed ways will help to add fullness to your work and give you more solid direction in ‘why’ illustrators draw certain things the way they do.
For further help, and direction, and differing opinions on what you can improve on, make a thread in the art forum, it’s a lot better for this kind of stuff than newspost comments.