I actually recall critiquing it beforehand in a group crit. I remember commenting on slight inaccuricies of your final pieces and inquiring as to where the rest of your drawing development was for your characters. And as I remember: you didn’t improve on anything. I had given you things to improve on and you ignored it and continued to bumble about for the respective last couple of weeks of the project. I had actually made this original post early on in the year, because I was fully aware of all the tracing that had been going on. Actually, I’ve been aware of the tracing since the start of the course, the very first project infact where you traced around photographs of a girl you had taken pictures of.
Ok and did anyone at all take my critique on board? nope, and i don’t care. As for that painting, 2 years ago i copied a stock image, everyone knew that?
My bumbling must have worked because I got the grades i wanted, meanwhile you where and are still angry over it. Anyways have fun with that ~ :)
Are you not listening to anthing I’m saying? We’re talking about you here. I actually did listen to what you had to say, and I tried to build on it. I looked at my time management after you mentioned that I wouldn’t have a lot of time to finish my work and I tried to fit my work into a more condesed time scale, which worked.
I’m not trying to argue here, I’m not mad. My problem is that you will not at all accept that you traced. You know you did it, as do I, as do others. I can accept critisim, I take anything on board, it improves your skill. So why’s it so hard for you to do the same? You know you were wrong but you don’t accept it at all, it’s disgusting.