I'm new in drawing comics or stripes, so it was a new experience for me to play with backgrounds and thinking about how I create speech-bubbles etc.
I get my inspiration of the Pixipet-Comics.
More of this stuff will come. I'm thinking about drawing some parts of my "George the Crab"-stories like this.
I like the animated nature of your work, its very pleasing in a sea of anatomy and shade values. On some of the work earlier on in this page i can see some rough lines, i don't know if this is on purpose or just before you smooth everything over. I always stress line quality, its one of those things I notice. It's something i myself am always working on. Keep this I am looking forward to seeing more work.
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Your style is quite adorable. I'd love to see more experiments or practices from you!
Keep it up, good luck~
Still learning how to hold a pencil.
hmm i like your colors and it's a cute style. i know something someone said about cartoony styles is that the more life drawing you do the better your ability to draw cartoons will be. life drawing is just awesome in general but id like to see more life studies from you, just dont get study sickness.
I love drawing pirates - and cowboys- havn't done that in a while. Offically putting it on the to-do list!
It's great that you're trying to explore emotions more. Expressions are my favorite . Don't be afraid to really push your charcters features. Move those eyebrows around. Also- get the shoulders involved. In animation, shoulders are a huge resource for getting emotions .
- doodles of your cutesy character:
Practice drawing your character doing different things. climbing a ladder, playing volley ball, buckling her shoes. It's the action stuff that life drawing really helps you improve. It's pretty easy to draw a character standing still- but it's much more difficult to draw two people dancing together. gestures really help me with that kind of stuff
Lovely style Your characters are very cute!