Community for non-expert Photoshop artists?
May 19, 2016 10:34 PM   Subscribe

Where on the web can I get critical feedback on my Photoshop pictures?

I'm an intermediate-level self-taught Photoshopper, and I am looking to get better through others' critical feedback on my work. I would like to give feedback where I think I can help also. I know about Worth1000, but I am not that good, besides, I want to do what I want to do.

I imagine a place, or a feed, or whatever, where people post what they've done, and give feedback on each others' work. If people are not assholes, all the better, but I really want "your shading on the woman's right leg is inconsistent with the shading on her face, you could try..." not just "nice job".

Is there such a thing?
posted by pH Indicating Socks to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
 
Some users on http://b3ta.com/ do this kind of feedback quite generously quite a bit, but I guess whether it's the community for you depends on what you're 'shopping, given b3ta is mostly visual jokes.
posted by Joeruckus at 12:20 AM on May 20, 2016


It greatly depends on the kind of Photoshopping you're doing. There's a huge difference between straight up digital painting and "improved/fixed this photo" type of Photoshopping, and there are even steps in between. You don't have to link to your art, but could you give an example of the type of work you do?
posted by xyzzy at 12:56 AM on May 20, 2016


I mostly like to put people's heads on other people's bodies.
Like so.
posted by pH Indicating Socks at 2:55 AM on May 21, 2016


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