[Try to have] Clean linesNear realistic style of art- with occasional libertiesDef a stickler about folds & wrinkles in clothingPage composition/layout tactician; try to always keep my pages interesting.
I would add expressive to this list! Your style and characters seem pretty fun! xD
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I don't know how this will go but lets give it a try
I say I like to take my time and put semi-attention to detail despite when I mess up. It may have a anime-esque design and I like focusing on facial expressions of my subjects.
PainterlyMoody (lol)Orderly MessAnime-esque / Semi-realisticMostly Fanart (I'm on this site to get more inspiration for my stories/ocs!)Sometimes too pretty
Sketchy AF, boy
as a general rule:
Ooh, this is an interesting thread! Let's see then...
I'd summarize my style with:- Messy lines- Complementary colours- Vivid colours- Eyebrows- Thick outlines- Melancholy (though these are not the best examples for that, ehh)
Sounds interesting! Let's see...
I'm new at making comics and I haven't got a definitive style for my comic, but there are some things I want to keep:
If you have any advice for me, I'll appreciate it a lot.
P.S. This is my comic
From GTR: HB! and Gravekeepers:
First thoughts I had were legit;
Actually I have really bad relationship with hashtags. Someone should help me describe(pls!).But let me try first....- Manga-ish- Tired eyes- Minimal colors- "Dirty" brushes
Uh...how about inconsistent?
I feel like I jump around way too much to have a consistent "style" but I guess I always try to aim for shape appeal and color balance...emphasis on aim. Oh! But it's usually crude, I dislike clean up.
Let's see here...
Anime/Cartoonish Vibrant/Pastel ColoursPaint/Watercolour ShadingRough/ Sketchy LineworkPoofy Hair
I tend to waver between more cartoonish proportions and more anime/realistic proportions, but generally my linework and colouring style doesn't change much...
I think mine is pretty.. boring ._.
uhh 3 more wrds... unoriginal, glowy, uhhhhh
i like traditional art drawing with a ballpoint pen or pencil on paper
heres a sample