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    Cartoons

    Did these for a local company's sales department. They were fun though I've really got to stop just using the airbrush in photoshop.

    I needed a break from drawing evil stuff. Maybe I'll start doing more cartoons. Anyway I liked them so I added them to my website. CC apreciated.







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    I like your stuff. Nice, simple, clean, effective.

    Also how random it is, i like. The computer and the nut. Awesome.

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    Looks very sweet !

    Great work !

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    Might help if you used hardedged colour areas and shadows instead of always having soft shading... for example, the squirrel's markings look more obviously airbrushed than the result of having individual hairs of a particular darker colour.

    I like the highlights on the frog, though~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Blossom
    Might help if you used hardedged colour areas and shadows instead of always having soft shading... for example, the squirrel's markings look more obviously airbrushed than the result of having individual hairs of a particular darker colour.

    I like the highlights on the frog, though~
    Agreed. Out of all of the drawings, the frog is the only one that has some sort of roundness & depth applied to it with the colors. The rest of the critters almost have a coloring book sense of color application- relatively flat. I'd go for just a bit more contrast when it came to the colors.

    I'm also a huge fan of the line weight variance when it comes to doing the black & white line drawings too, but that's just me.

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