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Hey there :3
I'm kinda new here. I actually registered yesterday.
So I'm uploading a few artworks of mine and I'd like to see you guys' opinions about them. Criticize whatever you feel up to. I'm always open for critiques.
Here we go:
Something like this belongs in the sketchbooks thread. Also get rid of your (no offense meant) garbage early drawings. There is no reason we need to critique something you already know is poorly drawn. Also try and give your topics relevant names. There is no kitten here.
A Cartoonist is just a lazy Animator.
Your pencil work is a lot better than your digital. Other than the Corbain one nothing else screams, "I understand forms." I'll move this to SBs tomorrow.
Where's my kitten?
It would have been more interesting if you would have redrawn your old cartoon characters as professional cartoons. It's good that you're experimenting with realism and detail, but the before and after doesn't really shout improvement, as we are comparing beginner cartoonism with beginner realism.
I also came here for the free cat. They are the tastiest part of my diet =/. I second all that has been said here and offer a guy who teaches it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0M-p55ijow . I would recommend his book and drawing alot of basic forms and building on that.