You don't realize how good you are and how lucky you are to have sutch great GIFT!!
Why do people find it so hard to believe that at 15 peple still had a hard time telling my drawings of tea pots from my drawings of cats? I was born with no artistic talent and that didn't change through my childhood. I wanted to draw but never could. Then, at around 16 (A little while after I really became emersed in the furry/draconic scene) I became obsessed and I only gained my 'skill' rather than talent due to the fact I was drawing 6-12 pictures a day, every day, of every week, for about two years. I drew through lessons, exams, lectures, assemblies, everything.
Self critical artists don't annoy me, if they weren't self critical, they wouldn't improve and their egos would rapidly over-inflate (I know one or two like that). What really annoys me is people that whine about wanting to be able to draw but never put in the level of effort required to teach yourself. 'Striker' has tried and found that he genuinely can't teach himself, he has a right to whine about it *wink* but I know one person that kept on about how they want to draw better and good enough to sell art (currently, I could mistake theirs for that of a four year old) but when I asked them how much they practice, they said they only draw something once or twice a month. I find that a lot of people try for a couple of months then give up.
I've completely forgotten what my original point was going to be. So ...ummm... don't be so hard on people who are self critical, it helps us improve... or do you want us to stop improving?
Anyway, I'm dribbling nonsense again so here is my finally finished picture of Pepe. I've added the black hair tips, belt shading, and the nose and eye highlights.
I remember this pic being suggested by someone, so, any more suggestions on who/what to draw?