Well, I suppose there's a decision most of us have to make: Either we'll be dedicated, yet insignificant drawing nerds forever or we just publish what as many people as possible would like to see or to read so we get at least a little bit of attention, and boobs might be a good way to achieve this goal. Believe me: I understand that it's quite frustrating to learn how to draw, then work for years, without anybody noticing - I do. Still, if you decide to serve public interest you have to accept the fact that you won't only receive positive responses for it, but also criticism. As I already said, I think you're talented and I don't intend to convince you that drawing huge breats is wrong , but, hell, I just don't like pictures of human beings, in which they're more or less reduced only to their genitals. And it's very hard to take, I know, but sometimes I just tell people my opinion on what they publish.
It's a pity. You really are a talented artist - i like the characteristic style of your drawings and the colours you use - but you ruin way too many of your pictures by displaying nothing but grotestquely deformed female bodys and generic faces. It'd be nice to see different choices of subjects and styles in your gallery.
I am sorry that I love huge boobs. I am sorry that people commission me to draw some. I am sorry that I am so poor that I can't do anything else with my "art" than try to do my best for a living.
... and I am also sorry that these are the most viewed pictures on my dA account and that nobody really gives a shit about my comics pages which are my real job and the reason why I needed to learn how to draw more or less correctly. Telling stories with comic books is my passion, and it does not worth a single euro, actually.