Not to be rude, but the quality of your artwork isn't very high. Do you even try any more?
OK, I’m going to try and explain.
The majority of the art I post to Tumblr is literally just doodles. I very rarely post the things I legitimately work hard on, because most of my actual artwork is either going towards my art coursework or anatomy and portraiture practice.
Also, my illustrations are something I don’t want people to comment on just yet. I’m taking art seriously to plan for my career in the future, and the only feedback I want at this point in time is from my art teachers. Sorry if this sounds harsh, but Tumblr really isn’t the best place to be given constructive criticism and it’s absolutely necessary that I receive it so that I can improve. Later on, when I’m more comfortable with people commenting on something that’s taken me between two and four hours at least, I might start posting my digital illustrations, but for now all you’re going to be seeing is a quick sketch or doodle that I’ve done in my spare time.
Keep that in mind - I draw fan art in my spare time. I don’t usually take time out of my day to draw, most of it comes from me being bored when I’ve finished my work in classes or the rare occasions where I get a free evening with nothing else to do. It’s more like something I do to unwind or relax than something I have to make sure gets done by the end of the day.
Eventually, I’m sure I’ll be able to start posting things that have actually taken me time to create and, you know, look good. I’m very much aware that what I post right now kind of looks like shit, but that’s because it really doesn’t require a lot of effort to draw (however, I’m very grateful that people like my crappy little sketches and sent me a lot of positive messages when I was first starting out, otherwise I probably would’ve stopped a long time ago). Anyway, I’m sad to say that you probably won’t be getting any halfway decent artwork for a while. I’ve only got until September until I really have to worry about my final exams, and if I decide to go to college next year instead of staying at my school before I leave for university, I’ll be up to my neck in homework. But I am planning to study art at college or wherever I decide to go so that’s most likely when you’ll get something I’ve worked hard on.
So yes, I hope that explains everything. Good day.