You don't have to be a professional something to critique something. You don't have to be a professional soccer player to notice if some soccer player is sucks. You don't have to be a John Rambo to train SEALS or Marine (ok, the last one may be stretching it a little bit too far).
The point is anyone could critique even if they only know a little about it. Do you make an art only to be seen by another artist of your caliber? Or for everyone who want to see it?
Note: I'm not taking sides, just stating my opinion about critiquing.
[QUOTE=animerick;20645]I'm just getting started... so check it out, Mikey...;)
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/52896501@N08/4877094545/" title="sarah_bal_cam5-hbars by nemaikun, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4100/4877094545_179c0bbbe3.jpg" width="500" height="261" alt="sarah_bal_cam5-hbars"></a>
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I really like these pictures of gymnastics and want to create an equal.
Tell me what advice you give me to create this type of animation in 3D? because I really liked these pictures.: Cat_pweeese:: Cat_pweeese:: Cat_pweeese:
believe me if you want to send me the message in this post.