hey, don't worry bout it, I don't consider it a bother. I checked his entire visible gallery and folders just now to get a better view of things. So yeah, I mostly stand by what I said. I just now took a few mini notes. First off, I am not referring to how he draws pokemon, any of his chibis, or his three Adventure Time pieces, as they are done in the style that they're creator uses, which is good (the pokemon and AT. The chibis have limited features, but chibis are suppose to, so that's totally fine). Now, the first thing that was readily apparent, was the simple fact that I didn't see a single fat person or chubby person. The men are nearly all ripped, with the minimum visible body type still being fit, and each character's muscles have the same proportion distribution, meaning that they all work out in the exact same way. These are actual collective observations. Every piece stands as my evidence. Quite frankly, looking at his OS "Elder's Floating Temple", it appears to be likely an action packed world, so it makes sense for the people to look fit and the fitness of the height charts is regulated by the owners of the OCs, so the only thing that may cause complication is the proportionality. It is important to have characters with different physiques as far as focus. A boxer is bound to have much stronger arms than other characters. To see this for yourself, take two of his drawings that have the same chest region and they're bound to have the exact same leg region as well. I'll take this time to point out that I have noticed that the women proportional variety. Actually, the women just have the most physical variety altogether. My final and main point however is this; the faces are far too similar. They all have the exact same noses, the exact same mouths, and worst of all, they all have the exact same eye format. Noses, being not very important, don't need much variety, but they do need variety. For instance, while traversing his gallery, there wasn't one guy with a more chiseled face. Nobody had any particular special facial features. Mouths, well, don't really need variety, although I'd seen not one female with makeup. Eyes are the most important. Eyes and hair are pretty much what makes a character (including facial hair), but eyes more importantly. The things that I want to emphasize most is the eyes. Eye variety is a must, especially for differentiating gender. If you take every character he's drawn including both genders, put them in the same pose, remove their hair and accessories, and blend their faces together, you will get the exact same face with rainbow colored irises. And that's pretty bad. Lastly, I still hold true to my point that he has a fantastic style, it just lacks variety. He is by far better than I as far as digital art goes. And none of these observations are meant to insult him. I'm only pointing them out so he can think about investing time into improvement, because although his art is great, I think he could make so much better art should he look into it. Also, I point them out for my last sentence in my last comment. It would be pretty bad if he's spending alot of time on each piece because they aren't really having any different appeal. To me, it really does seem stagnant, so yeah. But thank you for calling me out for I had not checked his entire gallery when I made that comment and the initial did seem pretty insulting. I really am sorry if this seems more insulting, it certainly isn't intended in that way.