I always liked to draw. I'm no expert artist but at least I try... as in I can't really draw figures correctly. I know little about shading and properly drawing shadows. For a number of things where cartoons and fan art is concerned, I tend to draw a character's head a little too big while the rest of their body appears small. However, my drawing style does improve after a few rough starts. I largely avoid drawing backgrounds as much as possible because the large amount of effort needed.
If I start drawing new characters, that could take a while because I'm usually hesitant to do that. Once I draw them, I'll get confident enough to draw them again.
Currently, I can draw fan art based on Sam and Max, Rabbids, various characters from Ken Akamatsu's universe, and a certain number of characters from the Mario series...
Current Residence: Delaware
Operating System: Windows 7
Favourite cartoon character: Sam and Max
Actually, they're the ones I faved a long time ago... started adding those to a new collection...
Hello! I am here for the IMHO from OC-Training.
I have to start by saying that this feels a little like Deja vu, I think that we have been in the same team for four times now and have been paired up for the IMHO a time or two before lol.
I would like to start off by talking about your art and hopefully I do not say anything that I have not already said before😊 I went through your gallery to see some of your artwork and I noticed that you have been doing a lot of comic strips more and more. And I really like them. I think that they are all very well thought out and composed. The paneling is not crowded at all and overall, just really enjoyable to read. I have always had such a hard time composing comic strips, so I really admire people who do such a great job. I am loving the thought and detail you are putting into your storyline, characters, and artwork. Keep up the great work. If I could make a suggestion, I would like to say that something you might be able to improve upon would be that sometimes whenever you are drawing faces from the three quarter view they can start to look a little bit stretched. I wouldn’t know of any videos or tips to help you out as I have the very same problems with my own art work lol.
As for Karielle and her story, I really think you have a good thing going here. Her story is one that I can see many people being interested in (including myself) I think you have a really good base for her story and are doing a great job at presenting it in OC-Training. From first glance at her character design, I was immediately intrigued. And over the weeks in OC-Training and slowly being able to learn more and more about Karielle and her story I have become rather invested in it. I am really rooting for her and hoping that she has her happy ending!
Thanks for the feedback.
Clip Studio Paint is what helped me make comic strips. And yes the length of the characters faces in the three-quarter view tend to vary.
It's okay if you don't want to do it anymore, but I'd still like to see your version of this Master Q comic: https://images-wixmp-ed30a86b8c4ca887773594c2.wixmp.com/f/4e129679-3d28-46bd-a574-3008cf46e580/de2bjyi-2c5396a8-e3b4-42f0-9104-d69fcc1d7f0d.png/v1/fill/w_580,h_570,q_80,strp/ferocious_floater__summer__by_meiyeezhu_de2bjyi-fullview.jpg?token=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJzdWIiOiJ1cm46YXBwOiIsImlzcyI6InVybjphcHA6Iiwib2JqIjpbW3siaGVpZ2h0IjoiPD01NzAiLCJwYXRoIjoiXC9mXC80ZTEyOTY3OS0zZDI4LTQ2YmQtYTU3NC0zMDA4Y2Y0NmU1ODBcL2RlMmJqeWktMmM1Mzk2YTgtZTNiNC00MmYwLTkxMDQtZDY5ZmNjMWQ3ZjBkLnBuZyIsIndpZHRoIjoiPD01ODAifV1dLCJhdWQiOlsidXJuOnNlcnZpY2U6aW1hZ2Uub3BlcmF0aW9ucyJdfQ.VDb34RwHSUctriRm7_RXkIVg-4aWEcgG5z1axniazlw