@MeltingCORE I hadn't seen your traditional art before and I absolutely love it! Your lines are so sharp and I'm always a fan of bold, flat, monochromatic coloring. Not to mention that your style has an an early anime feel to it that I think makes your work stand out. (And your landscapes are always so vast and interesting, you really know how to use the colors and perspective to set the scene.)
@enoshiwa The thick line art and unsaturated colors really work to make your adorable style pop. I always admire simple, clean styles because they leave little room for error and are super difficult to make work, but you definitely pull it off! I think I especially like the way you draw the clothing, since you manage to add just enough details to give the impression of dimension but still keep the outlines simple.
@Kiweevil Looking at your art, I find that you have a really good grasp of your characters. Even your sketches look incredibly detailed, like you draw your characters every day and know how to present them at any angle. Additionally, your characters are super expressive in both their body language and facial expressions and it really serves to bring them to life (which, considering these are only sketches, must mean your usual work is even better at it).
@simplykit How many days does it take you to finish a single page? There is an insane amounts of detail in your monsters. And looking closer, I can see how your understanding of line weight plays a huge part in displaying different textures such as the armor, vegetation, and dorsal fins. Are these drawn traditionally? (Because if so, major props for completing something so complicated without messing up, that must have taken tons of practice.)
@sartinjacqueline05 What speaks to me about your work is the expressions of your characters (especially that first image, I really feel that somehow). I think your cartoon-y style makes good use of exaggerated gestures to imply movement, and your character design is really appealing.
@CommanderMarty I personally enjoy using pixel brushes in my own work so maybe I'm a bit biased, but I really like the roughness of your line art. (What program do you use?) And I'm not exactly an expert on composition, but I think your panels are well balanced.
@IndigoShirtProd Absolutely love your style <3<3 I'm a major fan of your sharp line art and use of colors. And it's amazing how your character designs have so much individuality and are so different from one another, yet your style is so recognizable that I can instantly tell it's your work. And your shading and lighting are just about impeccable (by my standards, anyway )
@nathanKmcwilliams Your black and white work stands out the most to me because it really shows that you know how to use the composition to bring out the contrast and draw the viewers eye to the focal point of the panel (also, I'm a big fan of black and white comics). I also like your loose line art that brings out a ton of personality to the characters and environments.
@DualDragons I've been noticing a prominent incline in the quality of your work, and it stands out the most when your panels are full of action and movement. I think the rock-like texture and glow are done well and make the character look like he's made of straight up lava - I was surprised when I zoomed in and I couldn't figure out how you drew the texture for his rock skin. And (maybe I'm pulling this out of thin air) but to me your art brings out a lot of shounen manga energy, even in panels where there's little movement.
Some of my work to add to the mix: