Dude, you're a moron.
Don't give people unsolicited critique. Rules of giving critique:
FIRST: package it in compliments. Artists are already insecure about their art like, all the time, and when they see someone bashing their art they might just. Decide not to see it. So you're accomplishing nothing.
So try to focus on what you LIKED at the beginning and ending.>GOOFUS: Your perspective fucking sucks, dude.>GALLANT: I really like the color choices, and the composition! However, if I could suggest something, perspective could use tweaking. However, it's pretty cool overall!
Second rule is, don't use your subjective beliefs. "Girls has too small boobs" is not critique, it's opinion. Critique is attempt at being objective, or specifically - trying to understand what artist was TRYING to achieve, and trying to help them with how they could achieve it better.>GOOFUS: Your Carol Danvers looks like a man and I dislike that!>GALLANT: If you were trying to draw Carol butch and manly, you could give her more defined musculature.
And third, final rule - rule that you absolutely guaranteed fucking broke.
Don't critique people who don't ask for it. I mean, it's alright to analyze art of people, especially proffesionals - but you don't need to send them to their faces.
Even worse, if that's a hobbyist artist, you don't know if they WANT critique.
See, not every artist wants to improve. Many people draw/paint Bob Ross style, as a hobby that is relaxing. These people are okay with being bad, and should be left alone. Critique is as useful to them as bicycle for a fish.
And I can fucking guarantee that you broke at least one of these rules. Also this entire thread should be in /ic/.