Working on new characters. Poor girl, she doesn't even have a name yet! But she does have a pretty dress...
This came out quite well, I think. And today I learned this version of Drupal can't support the # sign in file names. Lovely. Well, actually, I guess that does make sense, when you think about it, what with HTML and all. But sanity checking the inputs, anyone? Protect me from myself, damnit!
Another picture that's not my favourite, although it's better than the previous one. I was going through a difficult drawing period; kind of like writer's block.
There is a famous adage that goes, "Only the pure of heart can make great soup." I kind of feel the same way about drawing; if my mind can't focus on the work, if I get antsy, impatient, overly distracted, or my mind is just in a different mood, the whole thing just doesn't really work.
That said, this didn't come out terribly or anything, just not my favourite. I liked the idea of this one, however.
Ooooh boy. I think I'm gonna need a new category for this one... "least favourites?" Something like that. But I do like to share the images that don't come out all that well as well as those that do so... here we are!
I guess that's not entirely fair. I actually had given up on this drawing very early on for being unsalvagable (it was still in blue lines at that point). The angle seemed wrong... everything seemed wrong. But with some encouragement I came back to it and finished it off. It's funny, it's the eyes more than anything else that came out wrong. Still, practice, live, and learn.
Sloane, on a laptop.
I have to say, at first I didn't like this drawing; felt weak technically and also a tad out of character for Sloane. But the more I look at it, the more I like it. Certainly it's in character, if a moment out of nowhere. Could've used less rushing towards the end. ::slaps hand:: Bad fox! Take your time drawing! Sharpen your pencils!
Colleen, sitting in a restaurant. Waiting... for you?
I like the headband look. I'll have to come back to it some time.
Sarah, blushing and looking at the floor.
I think this picture captures her personality well, too, and also fleshes out her fur pattern and the fact that, yeah, she's a mouse and all that. Still not perfect, but working on it. The only thing that really bothers me about this picture is her eyes... kinda feels like I caught her mid-blink. Wanted her to be looking at the ground shyly. ::kicks in frustration:: Welp, that's learning, can't always be perfect!